Does Your Website Need a Mulligan?
I love the challenge of using my writing, editing, and design skills to put together WordPress websites for small businesses.
A quick look around the Internet will tell you that the typical website designer is not a wordsmith. But because of my background in journalism, I’m able to take a unique approach, treating language as part of the design—and making sure that no grammatical errors creep in. I can reinvent your static website in a WordPress format so you can easily make changes or post to a blog. Or I can start at the beginning and set up a new site.
I can ensure that your site is friendly to SEO (search-engine optimization), and I can advise on integration with social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
What about Wix or SquareSpace? On occasion, I’ve run into a freelance colleague who has attempted to put together a site using one of these “easier” site builders. If your site is stuck in this situation, I’m happy to try to sort it out.
Working through a website design or redesign can be intimidating, but I keep it simple, collaborative, and even fun!
How to explain a practice that uses the Alexander Technique, Tai Chi, golf, and biotensegrity? Lori Milani and I worked through this complexity and came up with an innovative site. Ed Bilanchone’s work is fascinating!
Alexandria Myotherapy, a massage therapy practice in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, needed to update its site, which is heavily used by clients to schedule appointments and purchase gift certificates. A WordPress site enabled the staff to begin writing an engaging blog.