Monica is a longtime client of ours. She has built a couple other websites with us for her esthetic businesses. Â She said she wanted us to rebuild a site she made onÂ a different CMS, so she could have all her sites in one spot.
When we hear that clients canâ€™t edit their site because they have parted ways with previous developers, it breaks our hearts. When clients move on from said â€˜cranky developersâ€™ and the site becomes static, it is just a matter of time before we get a call. Holistic Elements was in a serious bind, with not only a static site they couldnâ€™t edit, but the site wasnâ€™t mobile friendly, and their hours and staff had changed a bit.
We were really excited to work with Brett and Mario on recreating a new, updated website for Mario’s Mexican Bass. They were looking to have a website that was editable and mobile friendly…. come on-they are appealing to the avid adventurer and traveler-they use their smartphones all the time!Â We thought theÂ WHARTON THEME would be a great gender neutral option for them.
As a salesperson at a web design firm, I sometimes hear from people that I am talking to about creating a website that “we already have a Facebook page and that’s enough. ” Â When I hear this I usually go and look at these FB pages and many times find that they are very well managed, lots of likes, and have great information and pictures. Â These people have done a great job of creating an effective Facebook page and keeping it active, but is that really enough for your small business? Â The short answer is “no”.