Yellowbook offers an economical though very basic website geared for the small business. Here is another David vs. Goliath comparison:
Yellowbook Websites Does Not Offer a Content Management System
What you will get is a static website that does not allow you to upload pictures, post news updates and specials, or fill the internet with lots of good content about your business that Google can find and get your website in front of more people. If you want to make any changes you will have to call someone and wait for them to get to it. That is so 1990’s. With a Content Management System you can get right to it yourself.
Kirbyworks websites are based on the WordPress Content Management System and allow you to grow your website along with growing your business without having to pay someone $50-$150 per hour to make simple changes.
Yellowbook Websites Have No Built-In Blog
You can link to a blog you might have some place else like at blogger.com but your posts won’t be helping your website get found by the search engines and it will be difficult or impossible for you to include your latest posts on your website front page.
Yellowbook Only Gives You 5 Pages
Kirbyworks gives you as many pages as makes sense for your business and you or I can add more at any time.
Yellowbook Does Not Guarantee Google Page 1
For a little extra Kirbyworks does. For more about Guaranteed SEO go here.
A Yellowbook Website Will Cost You $1308 Each And Every Year
So in ten years your simple little static website will cost you $13,080. YIKES!
Your gorgeous, highly functional, easy to manage Content Management System from Kirbyworks will cost you $800 to $1800 and you can get excellent hosting service for about $82 per year by clicking here. Your 10 year cost will be less than $2800, not $13,080.
Yellowbook Charges $900/mo. For Search Engine Optimization
And that’s with no end in sight. Kirbyworks’ SEO rates start at $200 per month for small markets like the Tri-Cities and you can also bail out at any time.
Kirbyworks Does Not Lock You In To A Contract
Yellowbook websites makes you sign a one year contract for your website and then charges you $30 after that if you want to take your website some place else. We just don’t do that, either for the website or for optimization services you may want to ad on.
It looks like this David put a stone right between the eyes of an internet marketing giant.