Website developer that provides understanding for online business owners so they can not only have a kick ass website but also understand how their website works and be confident in their decisions as they grow their business.
Hosting, plugins, cpanel, responsiveness, php…have I lost you yet? Here is the thing, I LOVE my clients. Whether I am building a page, a whole new site, or just making some edits to what they already have, I love working with every single one. What I don’t love is fear and frustration that they feel toward their website.
“I have no idea can you just look at it?” “I don’t want to have to think about it” “I don’t have a clue how the last person set it up, can you ask them?” I see my clients passion for whatever field they are in, whether they are selling products or services, coaching, or courses. It lights them up and they can tell me everything about it. That’s how I feel about their websites, and I want to share a little bit of that feeling with them just like they share their passions with the big wide internet.
That’s why you won’t find a ton of fancy developer buzzwords here. I mean I could list them all off, I can (and will if you want me to) explain all the things I’m capable of doing and what your site needs to function and convert well. But what I have seen with client after client is that they don’t have a clue what I’m talking about…and that bugs me. Because if you ever need another developer to help you, you aren’t going to be able to explain to them what you need. That’s not good for you or them. So this is my promise to my clients. Not only will I deliver you an amazing website, I will make sure you understand what every plugin is for, how it’s setup and why, and how to make small changes or add things if you need to. AND I’ll stick around. Six months from now if you have a question, you’ll be able to reach out to me and I’ll help. No big deal, no upsells, just help.
Here are some of the services I provide. You can click on any of them to learn more. All of them come with my promise to make sure you have a basic understanding of how your site works without being overwhelmed with all the “tech stuff”.
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