Did you know that we are the only national WordPress agency to openly publish our ratecard? Transparency is baked-in to our culture and thinking.
Here is our current rate card, last updated in July 2019. Price exclude VAT.
- WordPress support from £142ph
- WordPress development from £177ph
- Project Management from £152ph
- Operational Marketing from £121ph
- Content/copy production from £121ph
- Consulting from £204ph
- Senior/Partner Consulting from £287ph
Peerless WordPress Support Contracts start from £395 per month. Support fair usage terms apply.
Invoices and Payments
We are a U.K. based limited liability partnership (LLP) for trading and tax purposes and all services are deemed to be provided in the U.K., invoiced in GBP and will have VAT added where applicable.
Authorised Credit Accounts must be settled in 15 days strict to avoid the risk of service suspension. All other accounts must be settled in advance of service provision.
Payments must be made via bank transfer in GBP or, with the addition of an account admin fee, PayPal or Bitcoin (the latter will use the SELL rate as published by Revolut via Bitstamp on midday of the settlement date).
We bill by the hour
Work is so often estimated in terms of time, how long we think it will take. That might be “25 mins”, or “a couple of days”, or even “this month”. These is not a real measurement of effort, merely an estimated timeline and also includes everything else work-life has to throw at us.
If it takes us “a week” to get a report out it’s highly unlikely its actually taken 37.5 hours to write it. During that working week we will have had meetings, natters, idle time, admin, late-for-work moments, dragged into stuff, an extended pizza Friday lunch, and everything else that crops up during a working day. Besides, a regular 7.5hr day is too rigid a resource unit – especially if like most creative folks you live and work a flexi-existence.
Furthermore, in a well-documented survey run a decade ago, it was found that most creative or thinking professions rarely produce more than 25 useful hours in a regular week. And this output went up and down daily depending on other work factors.
So, we bill our resource time using hour units, so “a day” of real time is around 4 or 5 hours. Something to bear that in mind when you compare ratecards.
Page last updated: Jul 2019.