We’re a Small Business Too!

We understand! We get it! Being a Small Business Owner is tough! The Web has changed the face of commerce SO much the last couple of decades.

Thankfully, we fell in love with it.

We’ve worked on the Web since 1999 and have witnessed many, many changes since that time. Server administration, the Domain Naming System, ICANN regulations, net-neutrality, online advertising, Web Hosts, Promotion, Sales, Organic and Paid Search Result inclusion (SEO) ….. and the list goes on and on! It can be confusing and we understand that! We understand that you want your site to “just work“. We understand that you likely didn’t fall in love with the work YOU do only to be faced with the struggle of getting your products and/or services to market via the Web.

Business would be a lot more enjoyable if it weren’t for all these demanding customers….” – Johnny L.

If you already have a website, is it meeting your expectations? Have you attempted to make your site not only a source of promotion but a source of answers for common questions by customers and/or suppliers? Is it working for you as well as you were promised? Has the person or company you hired to build your site vanished? Are you struggling to get set up on a “do-it-yourself” site and you’re getting confused with the web terminology? Does the thought of building your website yourself a source of anxiety? As a Small Business Owner, do you have other things demanding your attention?

Let us help!

Please take a moment and consider each of the following categories related to having a website. If you find something about your site that you have a question about, click that button and you’ll be forwarded to a page where you can share more specific details related to your concern.

“Very simple, very easy…” – Chef Tell

We’ll receive your request, perform some geeky website auditing stuff and, if we find evidence for concern, we’ll reply back with a list of recommendations and include an estimate. If we don’t find evidence for your concern, we’ll address that as well. Typically, we’ll include a short explanation as to why it should not be a source of concern.

More to come…