Over the past few months, my company been running a series of cost savings promotions to entice people to hire us.
The good news is that we’ve closed a bunch of new work. The bad news is that the work has come with some stress. Not for us, but for some of our new customers.
As it turns out, some of our new clients discovered that rebooting their marketing wasn’t so easy because their websites were being held hostage. In some cases, a fee was required to disengage from an old developer. In others an attorney had to be called in. In still others, there was nothing to be done and we had to start from scratch when our customers realized they would never be able to access their original websites again.
Here are the top four things that I’ve witnessed and how you can avoid them.