Typically solopreneurs create a website and then just hope their business will be found on the Internet. They may do some SEO (Search Engine Optimization) activities themselves or they hire someone to “handle it”. However, current research shows that people rarely randomly access service from a website they stumble upon; they are more likely to want to do business with a real person. People who avoid social media are missing out on this opportunity.
You Are The Owner of Your Website
Many solopreneurs have decided they do not have the time or inclination to develop their own website. So they find a developer who puts the Word Press site together using the information they provide. The developer sets it all up and then either gets very busy and doesn’t respond to requests to “make changes to my website” or s/he simply disappears. Now, what does the solopreneur do to recover that investment?
It’s easy to find another developer but that person will need basic information to get started. Here is advice to ensure that all will not be lost if your web designer disappears:
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