Are you tired of overpaying?
Tip the scales in your favor.
Anyone who has had a website built and is now actively maintaining it knows good work isn’t cheap. Sites need to change to stay relevant, they need to be updated to be functional and they need to be optimized to get traffic. The thing is many people do not realize there are costs beyond their site build. Often, even if one sees the changes coming, they are shocked by the development costs of small changes once the build is over.
Web Developer prices can be all over the map. You can find developer costs as low as $25/hour up to $45/hour. But most quality developers and definitely larger firms start from $100/hour. The thing is you get what you pay for. But wait, sometimes you don’t. Did you know you typically get charged for a whole hour even if the change you are asking about is minimal? Like a typo. It is common for the minimum fee to be an hours’ work. A five minute change can cost you one hundred dollars and PressHero.ca thinks that just isn’t fair.