Who’s in control?

So I ran into a ‘fun’ situation today with a client about domain control, so that’s prompted me to pose the question below in the poll. Perhaps I’ll reveal some more details later, but I’m just curious to know now how you manage the developer/client/domain relationship?

Who controls your client domains?

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2 Responses to “Who’s in control?”

  1. lyndseo Says:

    I think the client should own it and any “control” or administrative permissions should be outlined in the contract.

  2. falkencreative Says:

    I’ve run into issues before where the previous designer or developer “owns” or has full control over the domain, and yet is unresponsive to emails or phone calls.

    The client HAS to have full control over the domain, just in case… you don’t know what will happen in the future. Of course, the the client also has to understand that they shouldn’t mess with things they don’t understand.

    I agree with lyndseo above — this sort of thing should be outlined in the contract.

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