Website headaches are the worst
If you have website problems, you have business problems.
When your website is on the fritz it disrupts hours, if not days of real work in your business. Tinkering on your site is rarely productive. And it makes you feel like having a website isn’t worth all the grief.
Let a professional handle it so you can focus on the parts of your business you actually enjoy.
Skip the DIY Nightmare
I know what it’s like to spend so much time wrestling your website that you run out of energy to work on your business. That's why I quit my first online business. But you don’t have to share my story.
Meet Your Web-Dude
I build websites and automated email marketing and Facebook Ad campaigns. And my eyes are closed in most pictures taken of me.
You don't have to be a website and marketing wiz to have a successful business. But it helps to know one. If you're tired of banging your head against your keyboard, we should talk.
You want a website that looks great and is easy to use.
(that's not too much to ask)
But for that to happen, you have to fire yourself from being your own “web person” so you can focus on the parts of your business you do best.
The problem is you’re spending way too much time trying to manage your own website and it makes you feel like you can never get any real work done.
It's an awful feeling to have great aspirations for your business but not enough bandwidth to accomplish the meaningful work required to move the needle.
I know how it feels to be burned out from fighting website issues. I quit my first online business venture because of it. That experience motivated me to figure out this website stuff once and for all.
So I've spent the last four years honing my skills in web design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and digital marketing. Now I help people avoid the pain and frustration that sank my last business.
I help people run their business by running their website.
Here’s how it works:
3 STEPS TO A WEBSITE THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS
Celebrate business growth with a website that converts.
Isn't it time you let someone (who isn't you ) take care of your website?
If it feels like there's never a good time to get serious about your website, maybe you're holding on to hope that you'll eventually figure it out on your own. And maybe you will. But at what cost?
How much time, frustration, and money, and opportunity cost will be required for you to figure this stuff out by yourself?
There are loads of reasons we put off hiring help. But if you're on the fence about hiring help with website stuff, there's probably at least one of these five thoughts holding you back…