So you took the time to send a web design estimate but didn’t get the project.
They said they just didn’t have the budget for it. You know they liked your work, or else they wouldn’t have contacted you for an estimate in the first place.
But is it really just the price that they didn’t like?
You know you’re not going to get any real answers from them. So there goes another lead that probably was never going to turn into a client.
This isn’t the first time this has happened. In fact, this happens a lot. Too much, maybe.
You know you do quality work and your pricing is more than fair (maybe even lower than it should be). So if it’s not pricing, then what’s the problem with your estimates?
Well, I’m going to show you how five tweaks to your estimates can increase your chances of getting these client projects.