HDigital Promise

Starting a business can be difficult and expensive.

Creating an online presence can easily take you into the thousands, sometimes 10's of thousands of dollars. Of course, you could do it yourself or hire a nephew to do it for a few hundred, but it's not likely to speak to your audience the same way professional design can and this can easily lose the trust (or Patience) of customers. How you allocate your limited resources is vital to the success of your business, especially in the first year.

This is what The HDigital Promise aims to solve, by nearly removing the cost question from your online presence needs - while still acheiving stellar results. Ultimately, there are a lot of other things that are demanding your attention as well - many more important than a website and facebook page! Afterall, without product, what is there to sell? This is starting to sound like a sales pitch, and it is. The HDigital Promise gets you professional grade services for a fraction of the cost so you can allocate your time and money to other areas of your business so that it can succeed. Only if your business succeeds will we charge full price. Is this cheap design? Absolutely not. This is design & development by people who have been in the industry, professionals, for a while.

We're so confident in our work helping your business succeed that we're making this investment, though it's for Canadian Businesses1. This can allow you to take your idea and compete internationally, even if it's a bit more risky.

Regardless, if you fail, we fail. It's as simple as that.

How it works

That's easy. If you want to go ahead with The HDigital Promise, just indicate so and the quote provided will be split into two invoices, each with different due dates.

  1. Invoice 1: 20% of quote, due before work commenses.
  2. Invoice 2: 80% of quote, only due in 1 year of invoice creation date if your business is successful2.

Fine Print

  • 1 Canadian businesses and organizations only.
  • 2 Success of a business is determined based on whether you're going into business for a second year.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

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