How many websites should a web developer make per month?, well the answer is it depends on the complexity of the project, but if you outsource your work it makes life a little easier.
So the point I am about to make is about a certain individual which I cannot name at present whom asked me the other day how many domain names have I sold since 1993, that is the year I started website design and domain brokering and I said since that year I have designed and brokered about 2000 domains and this person answered that even the best domainers on the planet have not sold that many domain names.
So here is a break down of 2000 domains divided by 26 years is 76 domains/websites per year. (Not 100 as the muppet suggested the other day, but who is counting?).
Divide that figure by 12 months is 6 – 7 domains per month which if one business bought 1 website and 2 domain names, although my clients buy on average 4 domain names that works out at 3 clients per month.
A web designer has an advantage over a domain broker as they can add value to the digital asset and create a seo link wheel just as I have for my business. Please view a sample link wheel below:
Now if you outsource the work to one or two developers per month you are theoretically only doing one website per month, which is not rocket science and does not make you a miracle worker.
So back to the muppet who challenged me the other day, here is your answer…..
and to further add evidence that a broker can sell more than 100 domains a year, the proof is in a screenshot of “Mike Mann’s” post on “Linkedin”…….
Anybody that is in the Domain Brokering World will know who Mike Mann is and for those that don’t here is a quick bio: Mike Mann registered 14,962 Domain Names in 24 hours. Read the article here: https://www.cnet.com/news/meet-the-mann-who-registered-14962-domains-in-24-hours/
Here is his website: https://www.mikemann.com/
This person that I have a professional grievance with also stated that why did I not register (www.startbrand.co.uk) as a dot com? Basically I was in the process of re-branding myself and the dot com version was already gone yet I do have a few other TLDs that I use in my link wheel: www.ukdomainbrokers.com and www.cymrumarketing.com So my question to this person would be if you are so good at what you do, why did you let www.ukdomainbrokers.com slip thorugh your fingers seeing as you are a resident in the UK and instead registered a Spanish domain extension?, which if you value the domain name of this individual alone the domain name is not worth anything but the assets within the business are including the portfolio and the services this individual provides.