Psst. Hey you.
I bet I know what you want.
You want to have your website finally up.
But it seems like so much work, right? You have to get your .com and then get pages and graphics up there and figure out what to put on it. Do you blog or don't you? Why do any of that when you can have a facebook page or a twitter?
Well...let me ask you this...
Having a website means having a brand that you control. Your design, your branding, your rules on what does and doesn't go up. And of course, nobody limiting which of your updates your fans see. Why spend $20 each time you post when you could build a following and have people see your message on your own terms?
And you don't want to put a facebook address on your business cards. Some people don't even have a facebook!
You already know it's an essential. But it also seems like a frustrating task.
I can fix that.
My name is Corey Freeman, and I'm here to help you build a website. I've spent over ten years working with clients and giving talks on what makes websites great. And I've taken those ideas and compressed the hard stuff into a step-by-step process that anyone can complete. As long as you can do the following 3 things...
There's no coding or research or hourly contractor fees or webinars. No back-and-forth calls and emails for months.
When you work with me, you will have a website setup in 2 hours or less.
Let me re-iterate. Not two months, no two days, two hours.
I'm glad you asked!
Most of what goes into building a website is doing the research to get it right. Thinking up a domain name. Choosing a web hosting package. Deciding what system to use. Picking a design. Figuring out how to make it function the way you want. It's a lot.
So I just went ahead and did most of the leg-work for you.
This course involves the following steps:
Here's the story,
This workshop started as a 3-day long concept. "Website in a weekend." But weekends are supposed to be for relaxation, or landscaping, or crunch time. And 3 days is a giant commitment, and it's exhausting. So I thought, why not just one day?
Come in at 9am, leave at 4pm. But that sounded exhausting too. Some people work on weekends. Or have children. Or want to see a new movie. You know, weekend stuff.
Giving up 6 hours on a weekday just sounds like a nightmare.
Every day has 24, and 2 hours is a flexible frame if you plan it right. It's the time it would take to run a few errands.
Building a website is totally an errand if you're not a designer. It's just an item lingering on your to-do list that needs to be crossed off.
So let's do that!
You've got a choice to make here: do you want to come to me, or do you want me to come to you?