When small businesses can't or don't have an in-house digital marketing team, I'm ready to step in and be their on-demand marketing solution.
Beside building websites, I offer consultation on all facets of digital marketing.
For bigger projects, I can recruit and hire the specialists needed to get the job done, managing the details of the projects the whole way so that owners can focus on their own business.
Whatever the project is, I pay attention to details and make sure the final result is something a business owner can be proud of. But, more importantly, I make sure the final result is a good investment that helps the business owner reach her/his goals.
I'm located in southeastern Massachusetts, but I provide services for people across the country.
I enjoy solving problems and helping business owners reach their goals.
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- Initial 15-20 minute phone call
- If it seems like it may be a fit, I'll prepare a proposal
- If the client accepts the proposal, I'll ask the client to send me any relevant information or files, and we'll have at least one more 15-30 minute phone call before I begin work. More if needed.
- Most projects go through 2-3 rounds of development and review to get the client's feedback and incorportate changes
I have more than 20 years experience working on marketing and communications projects, and more then 15 years experience planning and building websites.
Prices are quoted depending on the needs of each project. Website projects usually start at around $2,000.
I mostly work with indepentent retailers and service businesses.
My best advice when hiring a web designer or digital marketing consultant is to hire someone you are comfortable talking with.
You should understand what they're telling you, and you should be able to trust that they also understand you and your needs.
There is no emergency, there is no rush, and there is no shortage. If they try to pressure you or convince you that they have all the answers, but you must sign up now, look for someone else.
I do my best to guide customers through the process.
If a customer comes to me with a list of specific goals and needs, that's fine.
If a customer comes to me knowing nothing more than that they need some help, that's OK too. We can start from there.