One Time Fee vs Monthly Fee

One Time Fee vs Monthly Fee
  • Sabina Islam
  • Web Development
  • 11-12-2021

Often business owners and managers perceive paying a small monthly service fee as a convenient and easy way to maintain their corporate website. However, they completely overlook the missing opportunities and benefits in the long run. 

Though psychologically, paying $40 per month looks more economical rather than paying a ‘One Time Fee’ of  $1500 but eventually, in the long run, corporations end up paying more with a lesser return. It is like buying a house versus paying a monthly rent, which is mere drainage of money without building any equity or gaining any benefits out of it.

Corporations have been stuck with the same agency for years, and if they want to upgrade the service, either they have to pay more or break the contract with a severe penalty. In both scenarios, it is a waste of time and money with zero benefits. However, paying a ‘One Time Fee’ in building and managing the website with a modern CMS system will give greater flexibility to alter and upgrade content, pictures, logos, and so on as the business thrives. Companies can control their websites more freely and avoid any unnecessary financial burden or contract.

With the CMS system, the same original design can easily be customized and upgraded according to the business needs and requirements, with ample options. Companies no longer have to end up paying hefty amounts or being penalized unnecessarily. It gives freedom and more room to play around as the company grows and the requirements increase in the future.



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