Need a high functioning and aesthetically pleasing website but don’t know how to design one? Do you need it faster than you can produce yourself with an already growing number of clients? A white label website design agency can solve these problems and deliver a product that is professional and with only your branding (or your client’s).
What is white label website design? How can it benefit your business? What are the ins and outs of website building that white label agencies can deliver? That’s exactly what we will talk about in this blog.
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What is White Label Website Design?
White label refers to a product (in this case a website) that you did not create, but that you rebrand and sell as if you did. When you work with a white label design agency, they will build your website however you need it built, be it for your own business or for a client, but the agency will take no credit.
In fact, most white label work involves a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). This is a signed contract between you and the white label agency that effectively states that the white label agency can claim no ownership of their delivered product. They cannot showcase it in their portfolio or through distribution channels like social media. The finished product will consist only of your branding or your client’s. This is the world of white label website design.
Why You Should Hire a White Label Website Designer
There are two main reasons why you should hire a white label agency to design and build your website. The first reason is because you cannot do it yourself. Meaning, that you or your team do not have the necessary programming skills to build a website. Maybe you run a marketing agency but you focus solely on branding, content strategy and creation, social media, etc. Basically anything but designing and building websites.
Just because you don’t build websites doesn’t mean that your clients don’t need one. There’s no need to turn away their business just because you’re not set up to build their website in-house. That’s exactly what a white label website designer is for, and the purpose that many white label agencies serve. Many marketing agencies even include website design in their service offerings, but contract all website creation services to their white label partner.
The second main reason you should hire a white label website designer is because your agency is at full capacity. Many marketing agencies who have an in-house website design team still work with white label agencies when they are maxed out on the amount of client websites they can build. In this case, your white label agency partner will serve as an extension of your in-house website design team so you don’t have to turn away business or even slow down your turnaround time.
What Can White Label Website Designers Deliver?
White label website designers handle all aspects of website creation. This includes both the front end User Interface (UI) and well as the backend User Experience (UX). Let’s talk about what each of these aspects are so you know what information you need to relay to your white label agency.
User Interface (UI)
The user interface of your website is the front end programming that your visitors will interact with. This includes both the visual design your visitors will see as well as how they navigate through the pages of your website. It also includes features like drop down menus, search boxes, interactive FAQ sections, pop up advertisements, email subscription requests, and embedded media that plays as your visitors scroll through the page.
When you hire a white label agency for your website design and development, you will need to relay information about how you want your website to look and feel to your visitors. This includes the general layout you want your website to have, and how you want your visitors to use it. Most skilled website designers can work with a rough concept of your intended design, but the more information you can provide to your white label agency the higher the chance of the finished product being close or spot on to what you had in mind.
User Experience (UX)
The user experience is the backend programming that makes your website function. It’s what ensures that each page and each feature within each page will load quickly and properly. It’s the lifeblood of your website that makes it work. These days, you need a highly interactive UX design to stand out from your competitors. One of the ways you can make your website stand out is through automation like chat boxes that serve as the customer service department on your website.
When you first sit down with your white label agency to discuss your website design needs, you will want to relay as much information as possible about what you want your website to do for your visitors. You want to flush out any necessary features you need your website to have and how you want your visitors to interact with them. You don’t need to have a complete picture, but you need to clearly communicate your ideas to your designer so they know what to build and how to build it.
Finally, let’s talk about pricing. That defining characteristic of any business relationship that can break or make most deals. White label website design is a large industry. So when it comes to pricing for your white label website, you will find a wide range of prices from a wide variety of website designers. The more in-depth your website is, the higher the price will be.
Some white label agencies are a one-person show (also called a solopreneur). Other agencies consist of small to large teams that create websites at varying price points. Due to the large number of white label agencies, you are sure to find a price that works for your budget, but price should not be the ultimate determining factor of the agency you choose.
Reputable white label agencies are typically not the cheapest ones, but they also have an extensive portfolio of exceptional work for satisfied clients. Other agencies may be cheaper, but their work may not be as reliable and may be created offshore. Offshore contractors are not always the most reputable and are known to cut corners. This can put you in a bind if your website stops working due to faulty code.
Other factors to consider when it comes to the cost of your website is turnaround time and backend support. If you need your website built ASAP you will pay more, but choosing the right agency can lead to a quick delivery and great work. For shorter 5 – 7 page websites, you can expect a 2 – 3 month lead time. Larger websites can take 4 -5 months to complete. These are averages that don’t include rushed orders.
Hiring a white label agency that offers continued backend support can save you a world of headaches should your website encounter a bug or need updating. This is especially helpful if you don’t have an in-house website design team, or if you don’t have the coding expertise to build a website.
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