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It’s me, I’m someone – and I can help. Check out these FAQs and if any of the following scenarios or questions apply to you, just click the arrow for more info. If what I have here isn’t enough, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly with your questions. Just because you don’t see your question here, doesn’t mean other people aren’t also asking. All questions are welcome and help me to keep this section of information as useful as possible for all current and potential clients.
Yes! And I can’t stress this enough. If you’re successfully operating without a website right now, that’s fantastic and something to be super proud of. I know there are other ways to grow and support your business, especially social media and word of mouth / personal connection – and I fully support that. What needs to be known are these 2 things:
1) If social media is how you’re working your business – you don’t own social media and you can’t control what happens. In short, your social media account is always unstable. A social media platform could close up shop, get shut down or be changed in some way that just doesn’t work for you. Your account could disappear, be locked, removed, hacked… the list goes on. When your business relies solely on your social media account, you are at the mercy of that platform and it’s owners. When you have a website, that’s digital space you own; it’s not going anywhere unless you say so.
2) How many clients are you missing out on because either a) they don’t use social media or they don’t use it as a way to find local people, b) they’re not finding you on google or google maps, or c) they can’t easily find all the information they’re looking for, that they were able to easily find somewhere else?
Prices vary by project but if you’ll fill out the form on my contact page I can get an idea of what you’re looking for and send you a brochure.
This can certainly vary depending on the number of currently booked projects, your individual website needs, and the amount of content you’re able to provide vs. the amount of content that needs to be created. That said, a simple informational site may be complete in as little as 2 weeks start to finish; a more custom and feature-rich site may by complete in as little as 4 weeks start to finish.
Yes! We can start working together at any stage of your website process, and I love a good revamp.
Things to know:
- Older websites often need more updates than meet the eye, especially if they haven’t been regularly maintained.
- The first step of looking into updating a website built by someone else is gathering all of the information to inspect. What platform was it built on? Where is it hosted? Where is your domain registered? Do you have the credentials and direct access to these things?
(It’s not always necessary that you do for me to help, but gathering everything you have will be step 1.)
Yes! Don’t worry, we can get through it together. I can evaluate what you have thus far, and give thoughtful recommendations on how we should proceed to get that website up and going for you.
Yes! We have worked with clients whose previous design company and websites have disappeared with no prior communication. We understand this can be a nightmare. Not only will we do all in our power to make a smooth transition for you, we will never disappear on you.
Yes! And hey, I get it. I’m the digital media pro – if you had it all figured out you wouldn’t need me. Plus, I love a blank slate, it’s the easiest place to start. Choosing to work with me from the beginning means less stress and more fun for you. With me, you get a partner; someone who understands your business, someone to brainstorm with, get creative with – someone who can guide you through the process without all the overwhelm. All you have to do is reach out. Fill out the form on my contact page and let’s get this show on the road.