So you just had this great idea to start a business – but you’re stuck. How do I take this idea in my head and make it into a website?
How do I even build a website?
You think about hiring a developer. You ask your friends for recommendations, maybe you search a bit. But then you start hearing the horror stories:
- “My developer abandoned me in the middle of making the website.”
- “I hated that my developer set me up on a really slow host.”
- “I can’t make any changes without paying the developer more money.”
- “I started on my own, but I just feel stuck.”
Make it yourself with a one-on-one coach.
You’ve heard the classic saying:
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
Personalized, one-on-one WordPress coaching helps you develop your site in your own way, while showing you how things work for your next project. Every project is different, and there are no pre-written spiels or explanations.
What clients have requested help with in the past:
- Selecting and customizing themes or plug-ins
- Making things look the way you want
- Figuring out what each plug-in does
- Resizing and optimizing photos
- Switching from Squarespace or Blogger to WordPress
- Integrating third-party services into WordPress
- Getting plug-ins to play nice with each other
- Automatically sending new posts to e-mail subscribers
- Understand the logic behind what WordPress is doing
My approach is simple: 1 part of technical knowledge, 2 parts of listening and understanding.
Here’s how it works:
- If you like, we start with an introductory 15-minute Skype session (no charge, no strings attached, no sales pitch)
- If you’re ready to get your hands dirty, book below.
- We figure out your goals with your website: what you want to learn, and what you want to build
- We get started making things happen!
How much do sessions cost? $60 per 60-minute session, paid via Paypal when booking.
By the end of each session, you will have taken action on your site, received some homework before our next session, and have learned a number of things you can use in future projects. All for the same cost of hiring a developer — or less.