Why I hate my website company
My survey methods weren’t scientific, but out of curiosity, I asked several of my clients at uncommn Marketing Partners what they hated most about their website vendor. Here are some of the answers I received:
I think you get the point. For such a small sampling of responses, there was certainly no lack of complaints.
At uncommn Marketing Partners, our team functions as the virtual VP of Marketing for more than 35 credit unions throughout the country. While serving in this role for the past 10 years, we’ve had the opportunity to work with dozens of website companies. Through that experience, we have gained a thorough understanding of our clients’ frustrations and disappointments, and we decided to do something about it. That’s precisely why we founded Uncommn.
If you’re thinking about refreshing your website—or just blowing it up and starting anew—here are a few tips to help you find the right partner:
Recently, the digital marketplace has seen multiple website companies pop up to capitalize on the unfortunate ADA lawsuit craze. While they may have a sound designer and a savvy programmer, many of these companies forget to focus on service. Even worse, few of them know how to keep a project on track. They make incredible promises up front, but their post-launch commitment is shaky at best. When it’s all said and done, most of these companies will likely follow the ADA lawsuit fad—they’ll fade as quickly as they appeared.