dailypress - 9:34 am on Sep 8, 2013 (gmt 0)
I finally finished a 20 page dynamic website for a realtor in Boston. I purchased her firstname.us and the site now ranks #1 when you Google her first and last name (among 27,000 search results).
Facebook, Yelp and LinkedIn come next.
The site has "media query" which helps display properly on Smart phones, iPads etc... We also did some SEO work on the site. I am hosting the site myself (for free) but plan to transfer the domain.
The .com version of the domain (firstname.com) is listed for $75,000.
Do you think it's reasonable to ask for $10K for a nice, well designed and coded realtor site; that includes the domain?
I bought 2 homes from this realtor a few years ago and I know her pretty well. The first time I emailed her about a month ago while I was completing the site, I asked for about $10K but she said "thank you for thinking of me, but I don't need an advanced website". She already setup an already-made-site which doesn't rank well at all and she is using a horrible domain name for it.
How do I convince her? Do I have a chance?
Also since I already built the site, I'm ok if she offers a lower price. Cause I could always use the code and template for other realtor sites.
Whats your thought?
thanks in advance,