Common Question -- Do I Have to Have a Website?

11 Apr 2014

Short answer -- yes.  If you are in business for yourself, a website is the most essential, and most cost effective, marketing you will ever do.


Most young people now use their smart phone to look for service providers. Those big old bulky phone books are rapidly disappearing.  If you want young clients / patients to find you, you have to be on the internet.


It's becoming almost a reflex these days to hear about a business and go look at their website.  Even  baby boomers are turning to online directories, and review sites like Angie's List and Yelp to hunt for services and see what others have to say about them.


If you aren't on the internet, you are risking your business security.  It's just that basic.

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Why I've Retired

It's possible this will come as a surprise to you -- it certainly has snuck on me that I'm well past retirement age. Over the last year or so, my heart has been pulled in other directions, and while I still love the creative aspects of website design, I want to use my time making a life rather than devoting my energies to making a living. So I plan to travel, attend writers' retreats, work on learning to take good iPhone photos, and just be open to where my spirit guides take me. I have also stepped back from my esoteric work for 2020, and who knows what the future holds for that.

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