• Gear up for Web Projects
  • Stay Organized and On Task During the Project
  • eNewsletter and Email Marketing Production, and List Management
  • Get started with WordPress, Twitter and other Social Media
Many non-technical small businesses or nonprofits don’t know how or where to start when gearing up for a software project. They ask — How do I find a good web producer? What questions should I ask? What are reasonable rates? What preparation should I do before the first meeting? What is SEO and how important (or not) is it for me? If you’re a small business or nonprofit, I can help you find your technical team, prepare for a web project, application, and beyond. Once the project is underway, I can help you by remaining involved, representing your needs, and guiding the project. Want to start blogging? I can set up a new blog for you (or help you set it up yourself), and can help you learn how to manage your posts and maintenance of the blog yourself. Need an eNewsletter to send to your client list? With your input, I’ll create a template for you, and then either manage your regular mailing, or teach you — or somebody in your organization — how to do it. Yes, let’s explore this further!