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Typical Questions

Whenever you are looking to enlist someone to work for you, you will no doubt have many questions. We have put some of the most common ones all in one place for you. 

What is the Pink Bottle Pricing Scale?

In light of the current financial climate, we are experimenting with a new pricing scale. We have called it the Pink Bottle Scale and have detailed it below. In short, you can enlist our services for a minimum of £499 or a maximum of £2499, you choose the price which works for you. When engaging with sliding scale practices, being honest with yourself and your financial situation grows solid and sustainable communities. It also respects the work of instructors and creators like myself, who have families to support and bills to pay. Additionally, I can invest more time and resources to free and lower-cost offerings when I am paid fairly. For a sliding scale to work, it relies on truthfulness, respect for complexity, and accountability. I never ask for income verification. I trust my clients, to be honest. Instructors deserve to get paid, and clients deserve services that recognise the multiple realities of economic access and privilege.

How does your Pink Bottle Pricing Scale Work?

Recently, someone shared the idea of sacrifice versus hardship when examining access. If paying for a service would be difficult but not detrimental, it qualifies as a sacrifice. You might have to cut back on other spending (such as going out to dinner, buying coffee, or a new outfit), but this will not have a long-term harmful impact on your life. If, however, paying for a service would harm your life, such as not being able to put food on the table, pay rent, or pay for your transportation to get to work, then you are dealing with hardship. People coming from hardship typically qualify for the lower end of the sliding scale. The idea of sacrifice versus hardship is a very useful nuance when talking about access because it recognises and respects that paying for something might still be a challenge, even if it is just a short-term one while giving appropriate space for those who are dealing with financial hardship. Here are general guidelines about how we are pricing our sliding scale to help you determine where you fall on it. For each of the pricing options, we also have spread the cost options too.

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True Price

  • I am comfortably able to meet all of my basic* needs

  • I may have some debt, but it does not prohibit the attainment of basic needs

  • I own my home or property, OR I rent a higher-end property

  • I own or lease a car

  • I am employed or do not need to work to meet my needs

  • I have access to private health care

  • I have access to financial savings

  • I have an expendable** income

  • I can always buy new items

  • I can afford an annual holiday or take time off

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Middle Price

  • I may stress about meeting my basic needs but still regularly achieve them

  • I may have some debt, but it does not prohibit the attainment of basic needs

  • I own or lease a care

  • I am employed

  • I have access to some private health care

  • I might have access to financial savings

  • I have some expendable income

  • I can buy some new items & I thrift others

  • I can take a holiday annually or every few years without financial burden

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Bottom Price

  • I stress about meeting basic needs & don’t consistently meet them

  • I have debt & it sometimes prohibits me from meeting my basic needs

  • I rent lower-end properties / have unstable housing

  • I do not have a car/or have access to a car but can not always afford fuel

  • I qualify for government assistance, i.e universal credit

  • I have no access to savings

  • I have no/very little expendable income

  • I rarely buy new items, I am unable to afford them

  • I cannot take time off for a holiday without a financial burden

What is not included in the web design fee?

For us to build a fully functioning website in Wix for you, there are a couple of things to think about before we get started.  Firstly a Wix Business & eCommerce: Business Unlimited Plan will need to be purchased for a personalised domain name to be connected. This cost is not included in the service fee. The Business & eCommerce: Business Unlimited Plan start from £23.00 per/month  Once the website design is completed it will be transferred over to a Wix account we create for you to assign the premium plan subscription to and connect your domain name. There are three options for the Business and eCommerce Premium Plans.

Wix Plans

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Business VIP

Get the Full Suite

* £31/month *

  • Business VIP

  • Accept online payments

  • Connect your own domain

  • Free SSL certificate

  • Remove Wix Ads

  • Advanced Shipping

  • 50 GB of storage and unlimited bandwidth

  • Get Wix Vouchers and Premium Apps (yearly subscription only)

  • Unlimited video hours

  • Get business insights with detailed sales analytics and reports

  • Get a professional logo and social media logo files (yearly plans only)

  • Receive priority VIP support

  • Pro eCommerce Features - Grow your online business with subscriptions, automated sales tax, currency conversion, marketplace integrations, and more

  • Events Calendar App - Free for 1 year

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