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Azuro Digital Calls Out Web Design Agencies That “Handcuff” Their Clients

Why The Client Should Have Full Ownership Of Their Website

Daniel Houle, the founder of Azuro Digital, recently brought attention to the unfortunate fact that many web design agencies lock their clients into their services.

In most of these cases, the client is completely unaware of what they’re getting into. They don’t read the fine print.

Here’s what Daniel had to say on the matter:

“When hiring a web design agency, be sure to read the contract thoroughly and ask the right questions. It’s important to confirm that the client will have full ownership and control of the website. Many web design agencies will take full ownership of the website to the point where the client can’t switch agencies or cancel their monthly hosting and maintenance fees without deleting the entire website. Not only that, but many web design agencies don’t allow their clients to edit their own website. This allows them to charge a fortune for every tiny edit until the client’s pockets are empty. Read the fine print!”

The thought of investing a large sum of money into a website and to not have any ownership or control over it is unquestionably horrifying.

This unethical business practice is more common than anyone would hope, which is why some web design agencies like Azuro Digital are speaking out to shame their competitors.

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Company Name: Azuro Digital
Contact Person: Daniel Houle
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Country: Canada
Website: https://azurodigital.com/

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