Then and Now
History matters, but what emerges lights me up the most. Looking back, an online start-up (in SEO) took shape, a side income the goal. And now….
Grand visions abound, take hold and I get to be part of that client’s journey. What could be more exciting!
Remember the moment when you said enough or abruptly took a different path.
Mine was during an online class—I am a perpetual student some say, ever learning, always interested in just about everything that comes my way.
The instructor was excellent—the students enthusiastic. But a bridge to nowhere loomed ahead, nearly invisible with everyone busily building and gushing, “It’s just like I imagined” and “I couldn’t do this before.”
Fantastic! But without more, the shiny, new website is a non-starter.
Yearning to fan that spark into a flame, brightly burning, I wanted more for your website–your business vision bursting forth to attract ideal prospects, delighting new clients and making your business more profitable.
I want to see your business become the only show in town for your best customers.
How’s your Vision?
Your vision might be clear but how to get there not so much. Sometimes it takes the journey to find it, sometimes you’re blessed to find someone who will come alongside and show you the way forward.
If I can be that person and walk with you on that business journey, I’d be honored. A few ideas to see if we’re compatible:
- honesty & integrity rule the day
- going deep is rewarding
- hard work is reality
- strategy is paramount
- fun is welcome
- communication is a must
- flexibility is key
You’re not looking for a cookie cutter solution and one size does not fit all no matter how many people say so.
If you want your website to bring you more business, let’s get started.
If you’re ready, I’m ready.
Not your usual Team
Although flying solo most of the time, D’Anne has been known to put together the occasional team.
And she has her “secret weapon” peeps always at the ready.
When not working, researching or studying …
she’s often quilting or reading or puttering around the ranch.
Miss D’Anne Standin
She came to be when D’Anne decided to join Facebook
back in the scary days of not wanting to show her face.
So Miss D’Anne decided to “stand in” for her.
Now she stands out in the sea of faces on social media
(plus D’Anne likes her),
so she’s staying.