Maybe You’ve inherited a website that was already in your business or organization. Maybe the guy who built it moved on and doesn’t want to support it anymore. Maybe you got a new position- and even though “web developer” was not in the job description, you’re expected to manage it. Probably web design and css are not in your toolbox- maybe you’re a marketer, or maybe you’re wearing way too many hats at your job to even keep track of them all. Anyway, now you have this project to manage- an existing website with its own quirks, that speaks its own language. How do you take care of it?
That’s exactly what we’re going to cover here. Not the nuts and bolts level of how to get under the hood and fix things yourself, but rather a simple strategy that will take this problem off your plate forever- freeing you up to do more of what you love, and less wrestling with code. I promise.
And hey, if you are the DIY type who feels confident fixing things yourself, awesome! That’s a strategy too. I will point you in the direction of my favorite free tools and resources , and tell you about a few things you can put in place, so you can tinker with confidence knowing you have a failsafe in place.
Interactive functionality and a live Q&A session at the end so we can troubleshoot your specific challenges together.