Turns out your aunt’s second cousin twice removed didn’t really come through on whipping you up a professional website and you’re already $1,000 in. gulp. Time to cut your losses and get someone to take it and make it the beautiful online presence you envisioned. Surely this wasn’t a complete waste of dollar bills.
Here’s the straight up, no BS answer you’ll get from me – I don’t take over other’s work. It’s not where I’m at in business, and it’s messy. So messy. I used to do it in the early days for business out of desperation for work, but it really is the worst job and doesn’t bring the best results.
This doesn’t mean it’s the end of the website game for you. It’s probably the end of that $1,000 for you, but the lesson is learned, and I will be sure you are confident in the process of working with Unlimited BS and exactly what I will deliver before we move ahead.
It’s a hard pill to swallow, but if you know already this site is going nowhere, shake it off and start fresh. Now you know better, the questions to ask, the proof of work to see via a portfolio, and a contract that displays good faith and commitment to a smooth project that will leave you with the website you can be proud to send your clients, (and potential clients!) to.
Quotes are free. We typically would meet for a quick coffee (30-40 minutes) and review your project. I’ll send you a no obligation quote from there and you’ll always have the opportunity to ask more questions.
It sucks to hand over cash for an unfinished vision. I have done it too and that’s why I will assure you that the trust you place in me will be worth it.
Does this post resonate with you? Feel free to reach out, tell me where things are at with your site, and how I can help.
Also, no disrespect to your aunt’s second cousin twice removed.