Wordpress Websites for Small Businesses & Self-Employed Professionals
Whether you need a simple 3 page contact site, or an all-singing all-dancing e-commerce site with forum capabilities and awesome Pinterest interactivity, or anything inbetween, we can help.
If you find writing the content for your site the trickiest bit, let our copy-writing, editing and proof-reading skills take it off your hands.
Don’t know where to start with images for your site? Or have great images but don’t know how to display them? That’s one of our favourite tasks .
Really do want to save all your kitchen table business’ pennies for putting back into the business? Fancy a crack at Wordpress yourself? (Ooh you’re going to love it!) check out our tutorial sessions.
Websites that won't cost the earth
You have no time to learn how to build one yourself, and frankly you’d rather chew your own left arm off. It's your that business needs your time and passion, right? But let me guess, you’ve been told by web agencies a new site will 'only' cost you a few thousand pounds?
Well guess what, it won't. It most certainly is possible to get a business website up and running for sub-£500, not sub-£5000. Sure, some cost a little more, but some a little less too.
That is what I do, I build websites for small businesses and self-employed professionals looking for a low-cost online presence - without the need to win the lottery.
For small businesses and self-employed professionals
Copy-writing, editing and proof-reading services
Helping you manage your image content
Teaching you how to build your own Wordpress Website
Don't just take my word for it!
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What's on Red Kite's Mind
The latest blog posts from the world of Red Kite
Looking for an at-a-glance beginner business blogging reading list?
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No matter what your industry, you CAN add great images to your business blog post
Write your Blog and Facebook posts like a magazine editor
We all make mistakes, sometimes big frustrating ones. I find a flowchart always helps.
Best practice on your social media utilities will give a professional edge to your business – and it sits firmly in the realm of customer service. Appear to be a company that listens, responds, appreciates, and values its fans, and you will attract customer loyalty – and hopefully, their business.
I wonder what Father Christmas might tweet?!
10 great ideas to get you started on your business blog
At-a-Glance Checklist For Every Blog Post
Want people to find you on the internet? Then you must blog blog blog!