I’m pretty sure that by now we’ve all seen our fair share of sliders on websites.
Most of my clients ask for a slider on their site – but not all of them need one and in some cases a slider will actually detract from the purpose of the site.
OK, that title may be a bit of an exaggeration – but not by much.
The relationship with my clients is one I try hard to keep on a friendly but businesslike level – not an easy balance to achieve, and even harder to maintain.
“How much does a website cost?” Well, that’s a question I get asked – a lot. And it’s pretty understandable that it would be one of the first questions a prospective client wants answered.
Why does it take me so long to manage my social media? How do I even know it’s getting to the people I want to see it?
I am now hosting with (drum roll, please …) SiteGround, and I am more than pleased with this decision.
The features SiteGround offers are exactly what I need – they specialize in WordPress hosting, with several shared plans to choose from.