You don’t need another websiteYou’ve probably been just fine without a website, or even with a website that hasn’t been pulling its weight. Could a properly built website help your business though? That depends.
You need solutions, time, and money
The slippery slope with websites is that it’s easy to spend hard-earned money on them without getting a return. You have business problems that need solving, limited time, and costs to cover. These things may be addressed through a website, but the first thing to do is figure out if that’s true for you.
Time is a limited resource
Your time, my time, we only have so much of it. My biggest pet peeve is building a website that doesn’t improve anything for you, and doesn’t leave me with a project I’m proud of. That’s why the very first thing we do is talk about your business.
Helping you reach your goals
Before anything we need to determine if a website could help improve your business, and help you reach your goals. No commitment, no noodly sales pitch, just a quick chat to see if it would be a good fit.
Working with a dependable partner
For the past decade I’ve built websites for a living, and for fun even longer. I’ve built everything from email templates to full-scale e-commerce and web applications for national and international clients. This is all to say that building websites is nothing new, but putting them to work helping clients improve their business is what keeps it exciting.