Having built or worked on a wide variety of websites in the last twenty years, from large institutions to individual artists and inventors, experience has shown that for the best result, meeting certain requirements and following procedures are a must for building a successful site.
You Know Your Goals
If you don’t know where you’re going, you won’t know if you’ve gotten there! If you have not defined clear goals for your website, let me help you define them.
You Know Your Audience
Who is most likely interested in what you’re offering? How are you going to reach them? Do you have an audience, or a plan to reach them? Building an audience takes time and effort on your part. I can build the framework for you to generate new customers online, but you will need to put in the effort to blog, podcast, write white papers, give presentations, provide education, or at the very least, create content to position yourself as the go-to expert your audience will trust.
You’re Seriously Passionate
You’ll do what it takes to succeed. Building an audience is hard work and takes time. You need that inner drive to keep pushing when things get challenging.
If you’re not passionate about your project, you might not have what it takes to succeed!
You Have A Team
You’re busy. I get it. No one dies if your website isn’t finished (probably). If you are too busy to work on it yourself, you’re going to need some help! Even if it’s a virtual assistant, the process will go more smoothly if you have a team!
You Have Funds
For a really great site, you’re going to have to spend some money.
I don’t work for equity, exposure, or trade.
You won’t have to mortgage your house, but do consider your website an investment that will give you a positive return if you follow instructions.
You Will Make Time
Even though I’ll be creating your website, you’ll be providing me the content and offering feedback, as well as providing account access for certain integrations. This doesn’t happen magically by thinking about it.. we will set up a schedule and I expect a reasonable effort to be made to keep to it. If you think you can commit, go ahead and hit the ‘Get Started’ button to work with me.