Buying A Website vs. Hiring You
– What’s The Difference?

The first 8 minutes are dedicated to unpacking the best way to handle shipping rates for an e-commerce site. Shipping rates are a major speed bump in the checkout process. Smooth that out and you’ll see a significant increase in your conversion rates and you’ll be much more profitable.

The Truth About Landing High-Ticket Clients

What’s the difference between “buying a website” and hiring you? In other words, how can you charge more than what your client thinks a “website” should cost without losing the job to cheaper alternatives?

The three biggest problems facing web designers right now are:

  • A massive increase in low-budget competition
  • Easy and very “affordable” DIY options
  • Clients come in with very low price expectations

Most web designers try to rely on the portfolio and their genuine desire to do good work to differentiate themselves from the lower-priced options. But that only goes so far.

In order to move into high-ticket web design, you have to communicate the difference between just “buying a website” versus hiring you.

We’re going to take a look at the five problems with “selling websites.” Then you’ll discover the secret to breaking out of this price race to the bottom.

The Secret To Finding Better Clients

Connect with clients when they’re thinking about the problem not when they have already started implementing their solution.

You don’t necessarily have to change who your clients are. The key is to change when you connect with them.

The Authority Framework

Discover the counterintuitive strategies I’ve developed over the last 20 years for landing serious, growth-oriented web design clients.

This is a modern approach to solving the most frustrating problems of running your own web design business.