Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.
A. Clients typically ask me to build a new website, and manage it going forward. Some clients have me do all the updates, while others want the website to be built as a content management system (CMS) so they can do updates. For CMS systems, I offer Business Catalyst, WordPress, and if it's a good match, Joomla.
Often times the client already has a website/blog but it's a mess for one reason or another. The trick is to keep that website up and running while developing the new website. I can develop a new website/blog/online store in a way that the client can view it online, but itís not visible to Google/Bing. Only when the client is happy with the website do we go live which leaves the old website inaccessible.
If the client needs to sell products online, I can help them select the best fit depending on their overall needs. I offer Business Catalyst, Big Commerce, and Miva Merchant.
I have experience with events, and can help promote and manage them with Eventbrite.
All websites need images, but most of the images I get are taken by amateurs, or shot under less than ideal circumstances. I can manipulate images using Photoshop, to get them to the right size, and can manipulate the image to remove unwanted items.
First and foremost, I am a Webmaster, which means that I handle anything web related. I receive orders daily to update websites, adding new pages as needed, modifying the menu systems, embedding videos, adding products to online stores, etc. I set up and manage email accounts, and deal with issues related to the server. There are too many things a Webmaster does to list here.