As we have toured the area we have found that most of the people we talk to know they need a web site for their small business but are not fully aware of what is involved. They attempt to figure out which programming language to use or which hosting provider would be best. This field is quickly becoming a ‘do it yourself’ business for many people.
Our recommendation is that you not get distracted from your business specialty by becoming your own web designer. Granted, it is an enjoyable distraction — getting away from selling to create your web site. There is something to be said for ‘keeping the main thing the main thing’. You have a set of skills that you use regularly. Most likely, you are not a web site designer nor do you want to be in the end. Thus, let us help with .
In many cases, it won’t matter so much that you know how your site is developed and with which ‘tool’. PHP? Cold Fusion? ASP? WordPress?
Most people don’t care so much. Your primary task is to decide what you want to share, with whom and what it should, conceptually, look like.
What colors do you use in your logo? What shapes and style do you like? What web sites have you found that you like? What features do you want to ensure that you include?
Once we determine what you want to share, we can determine how best to share it.