Who We Are and Why We’re the Best!
Tips & Tricks for Your Project
More website traffic is always a good thing. And most online marketing strategies do revolve around building traffic to your site. Yet it’s sometimes challenging to come up with new ideas to boost your site’s traffic. That’s why I’ve come up with this list of 50 easy...
Video micro-content might have seemed like content marketing’s embarrassing little brother at some point — cute yet inconsequential. But times have changed. As smartphone use has ballooned and attention spans have narrowed, creating entertaining clips around a brand’s...
Social media is among a variety of tasks that business owners would do well to outsource. The role that social media has played in business has changed significantly in a relatively short period of time. Small businesses have struggled to effectively leverage social...
HIRING A PRO
Flash. In the case of many site builders, especially the one that rhymes with “Six”, sites are usually created with Flash. No matter what they say, Flash is not search engine friendly. Google recommends against it. One page only. Because they sometimes limit you to...
Why It’s Okay That We’re Not in Your Neck of the Woods
Why you should believe in letting people work remotely.
1. It lets you hire good people who can’t move. For every one person who is in your location or is happy to move there, there are 100 more who are not.
2. People who work remotely are far more productive. Remote developers work longer hours than in-office staff. It’s not required, but when going to work is as simple as walking upstairs (pants optional, but recommended) people just tend to put in more hours and work more productively.
How I do it.
Video chat – Do you feel the need to meet me and my team? No problem … I can set you up on Google Hangouts for a video chat with everyone on your side of the table and mine. I skype, too.
Chatting, Messaging, and texting (Oh, my.) – I use text, an assortment of chat programs, Facebook groups and messaging, and yes, email. In 2016, the world is a lot smaller than it once was.
Temporary URL – I set one up and share the address with you so that you may follow along in the progress of your website build. Later, it becomes a training ground for teaching you how to manage your own website!
How we make it so easy and affordable for our customers.
For your safety, and mine, I invoice through PayPal. This allows me the ability to collect payment without storing sensitive data, like your credit card number (which I never see). No, you don’t have to have a PayPal account to make payment. You will simply receive an email with a Pay Now button … click it and BOOM … all done! That was easy.
I typically request 50% of the project cost to begin work, and the balance is due after you’ve approved the final website and before I launch it to your domain.