Launching a website is a massive undertaking and moments after I decided to take this past July off from client work, I made the spur-of-the-moment decision to re-do and DIY my website (there goes my month off 😂)
I am so happy with the results and can’t wait to share them with you and to have you explore my new home on the web.
I would be amiss if I didn’t thank a group of people and businesses that made it possible for me to launch and helped make my new awesome website.
A Huge Thankyou to The Following People
My girl, Jenna Kutcher
Jenna Kutcher gives so many great recommendations for resources and business moves and she never disappoints. She recommended Tonic Site Shop earlier this year and that’s when my journey to my new website began. Thank you Jenna for staying true to who you are and never recommending something unless you know it to be awesome yourself!
Tonic Site Shop
Thank you to Jen and Jeff of Tonic Site Shop for providing such beautiful templates and my very own ‘French 75’ template. You made the process easy and have so much inspiring content on your site … and best of all you make the experience fun. Who doesn’t love a business that names their products after cocktails?!?
I am NOT a web developer, but now I am, thanks to ShowIT and their team of awesome support stars. FINALLY, a back-end system that is intuitive and easy to learn and a library of hundreds of helpful tutorials. From sign-up, straight through to site migration and launch, ShowIT was awesome.
Cassandra Comeau (CMC Virtual Professional Services)
Thank you to Cassie, my Assistant, who proofread my site, checked all of the links, created lists of what I had to do to meet my launch deadlines, and was a sounding board when I needed it. I really appreciate the support.
Beautiful and free pictures from the awesome and talented artists at Unsplash that complemented my own brand photography wonderfully.
Thank you to everyone who helped me DIY my website. For more helpful website launch tips, check out THIS article with 10 Things You Must Do Before Your Launch.
From my kitchen table to yours,