Okay, let’s talk.

Some of the most common conversations I have with clients.

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  • The password lecture.

    Your mother and I want to talk with you. We saw your password and it’s really not safe. I joke about this because we’re all guilty of it and I get it. Changing your passwords, then remembering them – it’s a hassle. I even get writers block trying to think up a new password! But…

  • Why you need SSL certification.

    … even if you don’t take payments on your website. As of 2017, I started suggesting (strongly) that all of my clients acquire SSL certification for their websites. This is a security feature that we used to only need for e-commerce sites, but has now become a non-negotiable component of your overall security. What is SSL certification? SSL…

  • But I thought you were a…

    …designer. …writer. …coder. …hermit. I get all of these! I often meet clients through other projects, so they only see me as the writer or the designer, the web developer or the social media person that no one has ever met (“Oh! You’re that guy!”) The truth is, I really do all these things. Duckbill…

  • The SEO Conversation.

    It’s inevitable! I actually don’t want to have this conversation, but there are people out there who are scaring business owners and trying to sell them services that they simply don’t need. A website that is well-written, well-coded, well planned out, and active is already optimized for search engine performance. Some SEO companies are straight…

  • You don’t need that.

    No, seriously. Save your money. These are two things you’re likely to hear from me when we discuss your company’s marketing strategy. I’ve been doing this for a while. I’ve worked with one-person startups, community groups, and nonprofits. I’ve worked with freelancers, artists, established businesses, and corporate clients. To date, my biggest client was Partners…