I recently learned about Webflow and have done significant research into the platform and I would love to move my agency's future websites to Webflow's hosting and CMS as opposed to exporting and hosting elsewhere. It looks amazing!
However, I have one hang up and that is that the pricing seems to have changed several times over the past three years and I recently learned that pricing is yet to increase again quite significantly. I want to take advantage of the CMS too but I'm worried about being locked into this platform with over 100 sites and then being at the mercy of Webflow's increasing prices over the coming years. I can imagine now how stressful this would be trying to explain these price hikes to a hundred clients. It's already at the absolute limit of what my clients would be willing to accept. Even if current customers were to be promised grandfathered pricing, I don't want move away from Webflow for future websites and have further fragmentation of how we manage sites across different platforms, CMS's, and hosting.
Is this a concern for anyone else? Does anyone have contingency plans? For piece of mind, I'm considering not bothering with Webflow even though I really want to use it! It looks like such a great product but I have business to run and that means maintaining reasonable control and certainty.