If you’re not sure yet which direction you want to go with your website, start here. We’ll chat about whether you need a refresh, a new build, or something else.
Before you move to a major website project of any kind, start by reviewing where you’re at and what you really need. Your workshop fee includes:
If you have a site, we’ll look it over and get familiar with what you’ve got, so we can make recommendations. (This is not a full website review, but we’ll let you know what you’re doing well and where you can improve, and suggest what you can do next to get things moving.)
We’ll have two online sessions (1-2 hours each) which gives us plenty of time to work through your marketing plans, and how your website fits into those. We’ll go through your existing site (if you have one) and talk about what works and what doesn’t. If you don’t have a site, we’ll focus on what you wish your site would have!
WordPress? RocksetSpark? Squarespace? Something else? It can feel confusing: but we’ll talk about the differences and which website platform would best fit your audience and your ongoing needs.
What content do you need? Do you have a niche audience? How can you make your pages better? What about SEO or being first on Google? We’ll answer your questions.
If at the end of your workshop you decide to go ahead with a new website project with PF, you can apply the entirety of the workshop fees to your website project.
If you choose not to go ahead afterwards, you’ll still have gotten value from the session.
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We had ventured down this road about 18 months ago, tried to do it “cheaper”, with the slow-burn approach. The other agency didn’t really get what we wanted. This time around, we decided to go all in – brand, logo, website, CRM systems, content. In terms of our personalities, a slow-burn approach meant losing focus and impetus, and following through to the end wouldn’t happen. A more intense implementation just made more sense.