Getting Started

Want to work with me?

Here are some important things to consider before we start working together…

you have goals

Although its pretty important to have a well-designed and functional website to promote and grow your business, it’s even more important to have clear goals in mind about where you’re going and what you’d like to achieve by having said website. I love to work with clients who are goal-setters, or are ready to sit down and plan before jumping into a website project.

you’re ready to up-level your practice

If you’re ready to take on new customers, or even find premises or take on staff, then let’s talk. If you’re happy where you’re at and are just looking for a basic online presence then I currently have a fully-hosted web builder specifically for cleaning businesses over at Cleaning Business Websites.

you’re passionate about what you do

The Health and Wellbeing sector offers an amazing chance to really change lives and make a difference through so many different ways. I’m passionate about helping you make a difference – things just flow so much better when you love what you do.

you’re ready to delegate

I have a trusted process to get your website up and ready for launch, so you can rest easy that it’s being taken care of.

you have the time

For a successful project, launch and post-launch, you’re going to need some time available for providing anything you’ve agreed to – for example website content, feedback on revisions and any logins I might need.

you have an audience

You don’t need to have thousands of followers yet, but it’s important that you’ve already made a start or are starting up with ways to build your audience online such as growing a mailing list, getting into the habit of regularly blogging, and maybe even *gasp* going live on Facebook.

you have the budget

This is an investment – I take on a limited amount of projects during the year so that I can devote the time needed to planning, building, launching and maintaining your site. I don’t cut corners and my pricing reflects that.