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Forthcoming Alliance with Timely Sites

Dear clients: I am pleased to announce a forthcoming alliance with Timely Sites . It is scheduled to take place officially on Sept 1, 2014. On that date our combined agency will begin conducting business as Timely Sites. Our company began offering web design services in 2001. Its success over the past 13 years has stemmed from the referrals of our clients. As a result of those efforts, we have experienced steady growth. We believe that our new larger organization will allow us to provide a wider array of services and top-notch support. There are several things we want to point out that will not change: You will continue to work directly with me. Our fee structure will not change. The services we have provided you in the past will continue to be offered by the combined firm. I will continue to operate from my current office. All the contact information will remain the same. If you have any questions about this exciting news and what it will mean for you, please contact

Client Communications - Constantly Evolving

Client communication is critical to my business success. I'm constantly juggling and multitasking. Social media is both a blessing and a bother. Simpler Times My Web design business launched in the fall of 2001. Back then, face to face meetings, emails and phone calls were the ways I communicated with customers (sorry, couldn't do the pager on belt thing). How things have changed With the explosion of mobile phones and social media, I now have customers contacting me via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.  Trying to keep up with the various incoming messages from all these sources has become a challenge. Time to talk Communication is critical to business success, but it can be a real time vacuum.  As a small business owner, I constantly struggle to juggle the various aspects of running the business. Things like work flow, cash flow, and trying to grow.  I need to be able to respond quickly and concisely to the multitudinous customer inquiries I receive. Email t