I’ve spoken with many business owners, non-profit organizers and restaurant owners over the past few years about designing a website and the conversation has shifted from “Do I need a website?” to “How can I have a great website?”. Of course, even that conversation is starting to shift to “How can people find me online?”.
A great website design has many different features. And with several trillion pages out there on the web, it can be difficult to distinguish a good site from a bad one. Putting together a website that appeals to your clients/customers, loads fast, looks great and shows up in the search engines is a full time job. That’s why a large percentage of my clients have come to me, after trying to do it on their own, using up their precious time that they could be working on their own business – and I’m always here to help.