Why Local Isn’t Always Better

People are more and more open to working remotely, even with managing a large team. The amount of communication and team platforms are endless, removing the cost of overhead completely. Why do we mention this? When you work with a larger agency, they become a part of your team, your family even. They should stay in daily communication in a variety of different ways and use different types of project management software so you can easily track your project’s progress. Here at Egnite.biz, we wanted to explore some more reasons why going local or with your aunt’s cousin’s friend who “knows computers” isn’t such a good idea.


They Know What They’re Doing

The advantage of working with someone non-local is that they’re more established in this business. Your website is one of the most important parts of your business — if you run an eCommerce store, it’s the MOST important part of your business. If you want to reach all your business goals, it’s imperative that you have a web design that reaches the right users, guides them down the sales funnel, and ultimately leads them to make a purchase during their visit.  The right agency should help you define your strategy, set goals, and then reach them. When you hire them, you can rest assured that your website is in the best of hands. They should know the ins and outs of design and optimization, which for you, equals $$.

They Have the Resources to Dedicate Time to You and Your Business

One of the greatest benefits of working with a non-local agency is that they live and breathe all things web-related. They employ multiple team members, creating an amazing team that will be available to collaborate on YOUR project. Working in a team encourages collaboration and idea-sharing and makes it easy to overcome creative blocks. As a result, they are able to work faster and more efficiently.

They Have Variety

A good agency should offer a wide range of digital marketing services including SEO, PPC, CRO, and social media management and planning. They should not only be web designers; they should be also marketing experts there to give you a well-designed site that can increase sales. Your business’s web presence should have a mix of content marketing, digital marketing, SEO, social media, blogging, lead generation, and inbound marketing tactics. By partnering with an agency, you can elevate your website to a marketing platform powerhouse.

They Are Stable

This is hard to find, especially nowadays. Small firms or a freelancer could just quit or go under with little to no notice. Even if your work is getting done consistently, you may be the only client, and sooner or later that freelancer may need to transition to something more reliable.

You Can Trust Them

Have you gotten this far and still don’t believe us? Well, you’re in luck! What better way to learn about a web design company than through its past or present clients? Take a look at their testimonials so you can gain insights from their experience. Also, feel free to ask for case studies to explore and get a more in-depth idea of how they work.

In the end, the choice is ultimately yours. But we hope that by reading this, you can understand how the process works, and why research is important. Feel free to contact us at any time with any questions, or for a FREE site audit.