"Alright, Mr./Ms. Customer! Webflow ecommerce, that thing I’ve been hyping to you for the past 6 months, is finally here!
Are you ready to stop paying that ridiculous $420 per year to Ecwid, and start paying $2,820 per year to Webflow?
Hello? Hello? Weird… I wasn’t aware it was even possible to get disconnected via email."
I should’ve known. Ecommerce is now just an awesome button in the designer that I will never touch because there is absolutely no way I’m going to be able to sell customers on this kind of price increase.
I get that there’s a ton of value being added, but 90% of that benefits me, the designer. Businesses in the position to pay freelancers don’t stay in business by routinely giving away 1-2% of their revenues for marginally-aesthetic purposes. The AWS is cool, but they don’t care (and won’t be convinced to care).
At least it’s introductory, and will be going up next year!
You guys are killing me, here.