This guide: Your First Website: A Beginner’s Guide is not a how-to manual for creating your first website. It’s a manual that gives you insight on the different components you need to have in order to create a professional online presence. Like most people, if you’re not a designer or very tech savvy, working with a web designer can be intimidating and sometimes even frustrating.
Knowledge is power and this is my attempt to make sure you’re well equipped to handle this important piece of your online branding strategy.
I’m glad you made it here, but I’m sure you’re wondering how I can be of service to you and your business. Branding and consulting is so broad and to be honest, it doesn’t really tell you what my services include. I work with both new and seasoned brands helping them with the following:
Do you need me? Absolutely not. I’m sure you can find someone equally as talented or spend countless hours reviewing online guides and tutorials to figure this all out on your own. Working without a brand strategist can be expensive, time consuming and mentally draining. The reality is that I’m here to help you alleviate some of the growing pains many business owners and entrepreneurs face.
To get the most out of working with me, you have to be open to setting realistic goals and taking guidance from someone that’s been in your shoes. There is no magic wand, so you have to go in knowing that it will require complete cooperation, hard work and you’ll have to be open to criticism. Success will not happen overnight! Don’t hire me if you’re looking for a yes person that will only tell you exactly what you want to hear.
Each client that I work with comes with their own unique set of goals and brand challenges. Before making any real commitment, I think it’s important for you and I to test the working chemistry.
The first step is to schedule a free 30-minute phone consultation with me. Once your consultation is scheduled you will need to complete a quick questionnaire. The questionnaire helps me to tailor the consultation to your specific needs. I’m very aware that no one likes questionnaires, but in this case, it’s a necessary evil. Time really flies during the consultations and I don’t want to waste any of your scheduled time trying to get basic information. I want to ensure that once the conversation has ended, you know if we should be working together.