The technical mumbo-jumbo

The essentials of getting your website online

Start by Searching for a Domain Name

As you probably know, there’s more planning to a website than just getting a few pictures and writing the copy. At the very least, you need a domain name (the address) to tell your potential customers and you need hosting (where the files will live). You can get these from any domain registrar or hosting company. OOORRR you can get them from me. I sell this technical mumbo-jumbo too.

Even if you’re not ready for a website, I strongly (think big muscles) recommend you secure your domain name ASAP! And any variations of, to keep competitors and swindlers at bay.

(this will take you to my web solutions website to purchase a domain name)

Next is Web Hosting

I know it’s boring. But every website does it! Don’t even think of asking me ‘if every other website jumped off a bridge…?” No, I wouldn’t. That’s stupid…Either way, your website needs hosting. Get it from me.

Hosting is basically “the cloud.” Your files sit on a server (computer) in a big secure building  that’s connected to the internet. The files sit in a folder and that folder is given a specific address that’s linked to your domain name. Important – the files are formatted to function like a website. They are accessed when users go to your website, by typing in your domain name. Or clicking on a link that has your domain name in the URL.

Now that we’ve got that outta the way,

My Creative Services

  • Website Design

  • To create the user interface for your clients, you have to understand why they’re coming to your website and give them what they want. As quickly as possible.
  • Social Marketing

  • Graphic design and photography that is specific to whichever social platform you use. They all have guidelines and limits, which are very important.
  • Photography

  • Capturing the best photos for your services or products is very important for your business. Good photography helps bring them to life for your potential customers.
  • Graphic Design

  • Creating something from nothing, altering something that already exists or merging your current work to give you what you need to market your products or services.

Some Past Work