We are soon launching a program for companies & businesses so they can offer some digital services such as: custom web designing (static or WHMCS), logo & graphic design and hybrid mobile application development.
We can provide you with all the details on how to start adding these services at your website.
It works like this:
Client wants one of our services that sees on your website and contacts you.
You bring us all the details and specifications of your client’s project.
We drop you a price, you give another price to your client (with your profit).
You pay us, client pays you.
Nobody knows we exist.
Completely white-label solutions and you will be earning profits doing the middlemen.
The idea is not bad, but how do you compete with the likes of Fiverr? Never done this, but I’d probably just outsource whatever the client requests from me that I can’t do myself to some guy on Fiverr which is probably way cheaper and as long as the result is fine I don’t really see why people should choose your agency (no offense). And if the client already knows what Fiverr is he probably won’t even look for a middleman and go straight with them. Maybe going with an agency gives more “security” because it probably has more people working on it, then again, there are more than enough one-man show agencies out there as well.
It’s an interesting idea, I’ll give you that. I would recommend setting up a page that explains what you’re capable of doing, and a few examples of work (to give people an idea of whether or not your code is any good).
Edit: @armandorg you will soon find out that agencies are hell to work with. Here’s the usual;
They will low ball you
Routinely mention that they can get this wonderful designer/developer/marketeer/SEO PRO all into one to do it all for peanuts. Two peanuts to be exact.
Forget all about what project scope is
More often that not the agency that resorts to white label services its because they really just focus on selling websites and nothing more, so they’ll sell a world of promises and expect you to deliver what they sold to their client.
ha! I almost forgot that the first thing they’ll do is to promise you loads of work, emphasis in promise.
I wish the best of luck
Edit 45: Sometimes a nice agency will come around, so do give it a go. I don’t mean to discourage you.