Over the past two decades of working in the web development industry, I have overseen thousands of successful web projects. Regrettably, I’ve also observed countless instances of malpractice within the website development industry.
You know that saying, “What you don’t know can’t hurt you”? It’s not true, especially in the realm of the Internet. What you don’t know can hurt you. Whether it’s charging big bucks for shoddy, unprofessional work, pushing questionable legal contracts, or leaving business owners high and dry with non-functioning websites — I’ve seen it all.
That’s why I wrote “The Buyer’s Guide to Websites.” In this book, you’ll learn how to choose a digital agency, protect yourself legally, draw up a website budget, avoid scope creep, and so much more. It is my sincere wish that this book empowers business owners with all the knowledge required to make smart web development project decisions.
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If you’ve got a business, a product, a brand, or even just an idea, you need a website. In today’s digital landscape, an online presence is no longer optional. It’s essential.
The Internet remains an unregulated frontier where good guys and scam artists often look very similar. Without experience and knowledge, the web can be a dangerous place. You need a guide.
The Buyer’s Guide to Websites is a comprehensive tool kit for building and managing an incredible website, from agency vetting and contract creation to development oversight, design input, and digital marketing. Throughout, Drew Barton, the founder and president of an award-winning digital agency, breaks down the process of finding, hiring, and working with web developers and designers. Don’t fall prey to unqualified imposters: The Buyer’s Guide to Websites will teach you how to ask the right questions, make the right decisions, and create a website that helps you succeed online.