How to save money with Brunch

by | Aug 9, 2021

Brunch is not just another app that helps you work better – it actually also helps you save money and time. When improving your processes and creating better experiences, you end up not only creating more performant websites, but increasing your revenues. Here’s how:

It reduces time spent managing feedback by up to 5x 

For many companies, feedback on their new website comes from various people, with crowded schedules and different opinions. Not to mention that we are very easily distracted –  an average person can become distracted in just 8 seconds, so it can take them even more than you’d theoretically think to answer your request, especially if that request is more complex.

This is why giving feedback should be as simple and easy to use as possible. In the traditional scenario, the process can take up to several hours. Here’s an example that you are probably familiar with:

With Brunch, the process simplifies and time spent reduces considerably – from our own experience, up to 5x:

By helping you save time, Brunch helps you save money. You work faster, more efficiently, invest less time in a single process and can focus on other tasks or projects as well.

It helps with all your feedback process

Managing feedback is a multi step process that involves communication, clarity, timely replies and efficiency.

Brunch allows you to add as many collaborators as needed and communicate in context, while answering comments and showing exactly what and how you want changed.

You don’t even need to be tech savvy to use it – we’ve built it as intuitively as possible, to facilitate feedback for anyone interested in building better websites. Registration happens with a magical link, no code or access is required and adding comments is as easy as pointing a finger at what you’d like modified

You build a better communication experience and thus, a better brand

Data shows it pretty clearly: happy customers return and it is cheaper to keep working with a client than finding new ones (at the same time, increasing customer retention by only 5% can increase profits by up to 95%!).

According to the White House Office of Consumer Affairs, a dissatisfied customer will tell between 9 to 15 people about their experience. Which would cost you money. On the other hand, HubSpot says that 68% of consumers are willing to pay more for products and service from a brand that offers good consumer services. Which would bring you more money.

Brunch helps you offer this good experience when building websites for your clients. By providing them with a solution that streamlines feedback management, you show that you understand both your and their time is valuable and are valuing actionable feedback and clarity. 

You and your team work happier

Happier, relaxed people, who have the necessary support to work and communicate work better. And it’s not just us who say it – a research conducted by professionals at University of Oxford, MIT and Erasmus University Rotterdam has shown that workers are 13% more productive when happy!

Cut the stress and frustrations that might appear when going through too many calls or emails to understand feedback with a simple solution: Brunch.

More productive colleagues also mean faster delivered projects, more satisfied clients and, as a consequence, reduced costs with handling unpleasant situations and increased revenues from more projects. 

No credit card required

Our basic plan is free and will stay free for as long as you need it. It offers the same main features of the other plans and you don’t have to worry we’ll charge you after a trial – we require no credit card! 

If you do decide to pay for the freelancer plan, let’s say, you can cover the monthly cost with an hour’s work value. Sweet, right?

So don’t worry about having to cancel a subscription or paying for tools that you no longer need or use. Whenever you feel like upgrading or changing your plan, we are here to support you. So give it a try today!

Oana Groza

Oana Groza

Marketing & PR Specialist @STOICA

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