I’m incurring nearly $60-70/m with 1 client on Webflow and I cannot give that client Admin access to their own site. Team plans are separate from personal plans? Does that mean you would bill me twice?
It’s too expensive for initial bootstrappers/startups. I would much rather prefer a pay-per-user model with $5/user every additional user. Admin access? Why would that not be included on a standard CMS plan? Clients want to change minor tweaks to their redirects/SEO/etc. that would honestly waste my time and they aren’t likely to pay large prices for those tweaks.
I’m having a hard time understanding the value of the Team plan? Unlimited websites? Is that if I have an agency and I’m scaling tons of websites? How many websites am I honestly working on at once? Unless it’s a digital marketing firm doing landing pages, 1 website typically takes some time to get right. What would be more important is Admin access, and better client communication features. (messages, emails, etc.)
I’m not getting the value I need from Webflow and the platform seems to be creating loopholes that push me to upgrade. Not a fan. It’s not cool. I have 1 client and am literally just trying to support myself at the moment. It’s super hard to do that when I spend hours in the Webflow forum, with tons of bugs, and am constantly asked to upgrade. Now I am potentially losing a client because of these issues…
My website continues to have bugs… I’ve missed blog post releases, lost opportunities, lost money, and am still paying premium prices for Webflow…? It’s a good tool, but I’m not sticking around if this continues.
Please make this fair. Web design isn’t the greatest business model to begin with… at least give us the value we deserve at the tiers we are paying for. As we scale the percentage is fine to rebalance… to begin with, it’s TOO HIGH.