Once it is launched, it’s easy to forget about your website, even though it is your online identity. Prospective clients often get their first impression of you from what they see on your website. And your existing customers rely on it to be a 24/7 source of relevant and accurate service features.
Owning a website requires regular maintenance to keep it running smoothly. It’s also the best way to maintain optimal placement in search engines. At a minimum, you need to do frequent backups, update the software, check for broken links, and fix any other errors that occur due to changes in browser technology.
This can all feel a bit tedious, especially when it’s taking you away from what you do best — servicing your customers. That’s where I come in. With over twenty years of website design and maintenance experience under my belt, I know what needs to be done. And I do it on a regular basis to make sure that if the unexpected does occur, I can get your site up and running quickly.
And since my clients have different needs, I have crafted valuable options for you to choose from: