What do you get as a White Label Member?

As a White Label member, you receive:

  • Vendor rates for services such as web design, graphic design, branding, marketing services, collateral and more.
  • The ability to mark up prices by at least 20% for profit gain.
  • Monthly sales aids and graphics to assist you with sales.
  • Industry-specific case studies and statistics for blogging and audience engagement purposes.
  • Creative pre-designed and customized web templates to offer your clients.
  • Consulting available to assist you with marketing, sales, and advertising.
  • A customized Landing Page to advertise and market your new web services (hosting included in pricing. *Can be easily integrated into your existing website.
  • Discounted rates available on services to meet your business needs.

How do I Enroll in the White Label Program?

To get started today visit: GET STARTED and fill out the form. You will be contacted within 48 business hours by an account manager to discuss your needs.

Who's Our Taget Client?

Our target clients are creative firms, web developers, agencies, internet marketers and sales companies who are developing or selling 8-10 websites or brand contracts per month. These clients have a need for logo and graphic design and/or marketing collateral, also servicing at least 8-10 clients per month. *If you are currently not operating at that volume but desire to do so, we would like to assist you in reaching your goal and increasing your profit margin!

Who Manages the Client

You will maintain primary contact and serve as the project manager, as we work and communicate all development with you and your firm.

  • If we ever need to contact your client for any reason, we will do so on your behalf, representing your brand.
  • You are our client. Your clients are yours.

How Do Payments Work?

You submit payment and we get to work or continue working. As a White Label client, your credit card is kept on file in the event you are unresponsive or late paying an invoice. We invoice you/your company for the agreed upon deposit, balance, and any other project payment arrangement.

  • You are responsible for paying all invoices delivered to you. How you collect money from your clients is your business and we will not interfere with that process at all.
  • We work based on pay per service (deposit and balance), retainer, or full balance paid upfront. We accept all major credit/debit cards and invoice all jobs independently.

What is the Minimum Payment for a Project?

Any projects totaling less than $700 must be paid in full upfront.

How is Each Project Quoted and Worked?

Project Scopes Are Our Friend The Project Scope is the direction and expected budget/pay for the project. Everything we produce for that project will be based upon this scope.

  • If anything falls outside of what has already been planned, you will receive an updated Project Scope.
  • Any additional charges will be added, if applicable.
  • Each job is different and may require additional focus and attention. You will receive a new Project Scope, which allows us to maintain the integrity of the work on all projects.

What Are My Payment Options?

Payment arrangements are available for any projects larger than $700. Those arrangements are expected to be paid on time as agreed. Late Payments Are Bad Any balances not settled by the due date will be charged a 10% late fee and projects will be placed on Hold until settled. A Hold Fee will also be applied to have the account placed back in working status. A late invoice is determined by the delivery date identified in the Project Scope/Invoice.

  • If we agree to take more time on the project, then such payment is not considered late and a new balance invoice will be sent to you.
  • If you are late more than 2 times on any project, you will be required to pay for services in full, upfront and you could be limited to the types of services we will be able to provide.

Will My Sites Be Templates or Original Work?

All websites priced under $700 are developed from a template design. Note: Templates are works created as an original work for a previous client that is duplicated and customized to fit your client’s needs.

Who's Responsible for File Delivery/Communication?

You are responsible for delivering all files to your clients. We deliver all files, emails and project notes to you, our client. It will be your responsibility to communicate such information to your client.

  • You are the project manager, and in we rely on you to deliver the information we request, as needed, in a timely manner.

Can I Marking Up Work for Profit?

Yes. Thats the Point! A good rule of thumb is 20% markup. It is not for us to tell you what to charge your client, however, so you won’t be too far outside the market (price-wise), we do not suggest marking prices up more than 30%.

  • We have reduced our prices to ensure you have room for profit.

How Do I Market My New Services Through White Label?

We Supply You with Marketing Tools Each month we will send you Info graphics, case-studies, graphics and/or web products developed, with your company logo/name on it, for you to market to your clients.

  • The intent is to assist you with sales and product awareness.

What if I'm a Small Business Partner but need Big Business services?

No problem. We will assist you with that. In the event you need to sell a service or product in a higher Partner package than you are currently in, simply send in the quote request. We will price the job and create a scope, still allowing you to mark up the project for profitability. See... no problem.

How Do You Handle Refunds?

There none. The moment a scope is provided and deposit paid by the client (or the full amount of a project), our team is off to work! We will never get that time back and we are working, specifically based on your scope (design specs of your client). If the liability is on our part, we will ensure it is fixed within reasonable request. If we are unable to satisfy the request, we will address the concern specific to the project.

  • There are Absolutely NO Refunds.