Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.
A. Anything and everything web/internet related.
I create websites, and offer search engine optimization to then help your website get found on search engines.
I create logos, flyers, business cards, email blasts and more.
I can handle all of your search social networking needs. I can run your Facebook business page, your twitter accounts, and much much more.
Q. Describe three recent jobs you've completed.
A. Just completed a website for the HPCA alliance. You can find it at www.hpcalliance.com
Just completed a website at www.hughesdry.com
Just completed a website at www.lisasnatural.com
Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A. Take a look at your competition. What are their websites doing that yours isn't? What are they offering online that your company doesn't? Are you collecting email addresses? Is your content up to date? How is your site doing rankwise? Can customers get to you by doing a search? Do you have videos on Youtube or on your website? These are important issues that every business owner should consider. I give free advice to anyone who wants to hear it. Give me a call to discuss your company and it's web presence.
Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?
A. Whether or not a company works on volume or on quality. Take a look at every company's portfolio. Most of these companies make a lot of profit by simply re-using thier templates over and over. By doing this, they complete the website in no time and pay their employees less than they have to. I also find that most SEO companies prey on business owners with little knowledge of how Google works. They like to wow prospects with huge promises and paint an incredible scenario that every business owner would dream of. They do not tell you the truth about search engine ranking, not until you've signed a contract usually.