I was at my brother’s for Thanksgiving and after dinner we talked about what’s going on in our work lives. He is an architect and has a good number of clients he works with. But he said sometimes people ask him if he has a website. I know that’s a common question asked of most small business owners sooner or later. If you are in a position to say yes to that question that’s a very good thing. It’s probably the first place people go after speaking with a business owner and developing an interest in what you offer. If however, due to a steady stream of clients through word-of-mouth or being in a business that isn’t selling a product and hence needn’t compete in ecommerce, you haven’t yet gotten a website, it’s never too late. It can be a simple landing page with only contact info on it or it can be a free WordPress blog that you update occasionally. Whatever it is, it should have a relevant and specific address (URL), preferably a .com since that’s what people assume first, and it should be on your business card.
Staircase in Noank, CT. Another update to my client’s blog.
No one should have to forego original art when it’s as affordably priced as the pastel paintings at P. E. Creedon’s most recent solo show at Rockwell Art and Framing in Wilton, CT. Come by to see the art any week day and Saturdays until January 13th!
Restoration and Repair. An update to the blog I designed for a client.