Business owners often find it a harrowing experience searching for the suitable website developer. A lot of research clubbed with hearsay goes on to form the foundation for choosing someone for building a website. Whether it is an agency or an individual project costs will vary depending on geographical boundaries. American, British and Australian web developers charge a higher rate compared to Indian or Asian web developers. The rates vary absurdly – Indians on an average are willing to build a website at $25 an hour whereas US, UK and European development agencies and individuals flatly charge anything between $60-100 an hour. There are additional charges depending on project scope. Costs often go up (not sticking to the initial plan) changing budget structures if you are hiring a US, UK, Australian or a European developer (agency or individual).
Besides, considering the budget factor, there are other areas like relation building, efficiency, politeness and professionalism that are held in high value by Indian and Asian people. Client satisfaction is extremely important for them as they have just started taking a good place in the marketplace. Reputation, credibility and client retention is more important for new age developers (like the ones in India and throughout Asia) than the veterans. The latter has nothing to lose whereas the former as everything to try and win for.
Your (if You have Decided to Build a Website of your Own) Aim Should be to:
In the past decade there has been a rise in Indian developers as numerous top brass technology companies have hired Indian developers. Low cost labour is not the only thing that matters. Relation building between clients and agencies go on to create magic in the world of development. Better relations bring out better work.
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Hello everyone, I am Chandrani, a writer by passion and profession, currently attached with Radikal Labs. I consider myself to be a seasoned writer developing blogs, news articles, technical and non-technical content on web and mobile technologies.