Web content isn’t free, if you know what I mean

If you’re reading this page, I’m probably preaching to the choir. In case I’m not, it’s important to realize that while some argue that surfing the Web is free—it’s not. (Consider that you generally have to pay for your home connection or access at a coffee shop. Many, if not most sites exist to sell you something. Then too, there are the ads…). In fact, what you find on the Web is the result of somebody’s, often a professional’s hard work. Sometimes a great deal of it.

Check out what you can expect to pay for a website, from one that is simple to one that is custom made.

by Ed Carpenter — He’s a bad mutha … shut yer mouth.

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Posted on January 5, 2013, in Social media. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Web content isn’t free, if you know what I mean.

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