Several years back I was a the dentist's office. I wasn't there very long. The dental hygienist was quick, and I had just brushed my teeth. The Dentist himself (more or less) just poked his head in the room. I'm not even sure he bothered putting on gloves. (That's probably not true.) He said, "Looks good," and he was on his merry way. This was a fairly typical dental experience: lot of prep-work, very little DMD interaction. Only this day I forgot I was at the Dentist office and thought I was in a design studio. So, when I received the outrageous bill, I called the Dentist over.
This week I talked to a former associate (and new client). He has owned a successful business for years and (on his own accord) realized he needs a website. So he used a rather popular website builder that offered very easy-to-use features that help you create your own website. They'll even host it for you for only $5 a month. No, it doesn't look like a professional built it, but this is really just to establish a web presence. That's the selling point: it more work and less professional, but it's an inexpensive way to have a web presence. Right? Well maybe. You don't have a web presence if no one can find you on the web. Pretty soon he called me up asking about SEO because he couldn't find his site ... neither could Google.
Ok, week two has been slow. I had a crisis of confidence and a pretty rough weekend. So, there is only one step more listed below. The good news is that it's got 3 pictures! Take a look. Let me know what you think.