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Cost of Hiring WordPress Developer

If web development is on your mind then sooner or later you would feel the need of hiring a WordPress developer. When you start looking out for a developer for your website, then there will be two broad choices that you will have to face. One is that of a Freelancer whereas the other is an agency. Regardless of whatever choice you make, either of two would work at a cost for you.

Let’s make a brief comparison of the cost of hiring, between a freelancer and an agency.

Freelancer Rates: Hourly rate of a freelance for WordPress development would range from $25-$40 (for a beginner freelancer) to $175 – $400 (specialist freelancer). The cost of hiring here totally depends on the skill level that is possessed by the freelancer.

Agency Rates: In the case of an agency, the hourly rate would range from $50-$75 (small market agency) to $200-$275 (large market bests).

WordPress is not only about designing and developing; it also demands maintenance services as it offers regular updates. These will also be included in the cost. So, the total cost of WordPress Developer would roughly amount to $500-$2500+ for designing a basic WordPress website. However, WordPress Website Development Cost usually depends on location and market.

There are broadly two types of WordPress developers which you will come across. One is the Bad developers and the other is the good developers. The bad developers are those which will overcharge you, not work at their full potential and thus not deliver the desired product to you. Whereas, the good developers will deliver you more than what was expected from them but will work for you at a premium price.

After comparing the two types of developers one point is clear that the quality of work which the developer delivers is the primary requirement that you must have from a developer. The cost of hiring is an important aspect but where the quality of work is taken into consideration then it also becomes secondary. Whether a developer is worth a premium price tag must be decided on the basis of the expertise level and past work that has been done by the developer.