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My nephew draws great houses, he has a big pencil case with lots of coloured pens and markers. He is 12 years old and very artistic, but he is NOT an architect.Someone who does mechanical drawing is NOT an Architect, because he needs to have artistic flair, education and imagination, plus lots of practical experience.
My best friend is a better golfer than me. He has very expensive clubs and loud trousers, but he is NOT Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy.
Just because someone knows more about computer code than you does not make them an expert. My 15 year old son can make images and text appear on the web, but I would not recommend him to do a website for a business (not yet).
Think about how much you want to get from a website, then work out a budget. You do generally get what you pay for. Pay peanuts, get monkeys. If you pay a guy €500 to build your web presence, your Internet Shop or Office, then you can expect to get back what you would if you spend that amount on a real shop or office. Such a decision will also frustrate you and waste time, arguing with the “Developer” that the site does not do everything that you want it to do or it is hard to edit.
If you truly want a decent website, pay a decent fee – get someone who has a proven track record producing what you want, check Testimonials, ring a few of their clients. You need a company where they have the ability to get to understand your business, your market and can work with you for the long term to develop the right web presence and provide good Digital Marketing options. Find out what you need and then come up with a plan, possibly created and even paid for in stages, but do the plan first – work out the funding afterwards.
If you were to drive from Dublin to Galway you would take the M4 and M6, it would take approximately 2 hours, use a set numbers of litres of fuel in your car and therefore cost an amount that is pretty easy to work out. Now that we know that, how do we fund the fixed costs of fuel and the tolls. The Funding may need a plan, but the route to your destination remains pretty much the same.