- WordPress powers 34% of the entire internet. That means constant development, improvements, and security enhancements, an active support community, and a host of online resources.
- You own and control your website. Want to fix a typo or add a new page or product? You can do it yourself rather than paying a professional.
- WordPress has built-in search engine goodness. It’s built out of the box to organize your content in a way that will help you get found online.
How We’ll Work Together
We can work together from anywhere as long as there’s a good internet connection. I’ll ask you to fill out an online form that helps me understand how your site needs to look, feel, and function. This form will give me the information I need to generate a proposal.
After the proposal is approved, I’ll build a mockup home page and an internal page as a starting point. When we are sure we’re on the same page with design and layout, I’ll finish the rest of the site. All of this work is done without disturbing your existing website.
When the mockup site is complete to your satisfaction, I’ll migrate it to your domain and you’ll be up and running. This process generally takes a few hours and I like to do it during low-traffic hours.
I’ll invoice you for half of the total fee when we begin work, and the other half on delivery of the completed site.
Your Site on Mobile Devices
According to Statista, mobile devices generated 51.1% of global web traffic. Let’s face it — if your website isn’t mobile friendly, you’re alienating most of your audience. All of the websites I build look good and work well on mobile devices.
I’ll spend an hour or so with you (virtually) to go over how to use your new site. I’ll teach you how to keep your site updated and maintained to prevent security issues, how to create new pages and posts, and anything else you need to know about managing your site.
If you’re already familiar with WordPress, we can use the time to answer any questions you may have or cover advanced content.
I look forward to working with you — here’s some of my recent work.