I completely understand small businesses who value a website as part of their business strategy, but have no real intention of getting involved with the website directly themselves.
You want to be left alone to concentrate on what you do best, whilst knowing that your website is working hard for you in the background, generating increased traffic and new clients.
You’ll want it to be fast, work on all devices be that a mobile, tablet, laptop etc and you’ll want to be able to find your business when you search for it on Google.
I can do ALL of that.
So what do you need to do?
If this is the route you would like to go down, then simply send me across everything I would need to build your website. This would include:
- Branding – logo, colours, fonts that are already associated with the business.
- Content – written copy, images, videos.
- Forms – a list of forms and their fields, for any data you wish to capture.
Problems with this approach.
I’d be acting in an unprofessional manner if I didn’t point out the problems with this approach as opposed to learning how to use the website yourself.
You need to know before you head down this route, what the disadvantages are when you don’t know how to use your website.