Before I contacted Morgan, I had stopped blogging because I was so frustrated with the way my blog looked, and I avoided passing out my business card because I was embarrassed for anyone to see my bare-bones, obviously “do-it-yourself” website. After only a few sessions with Morgan I was so happy with the new look of my blog that I was blogging every week, and my website was completely transformed – I could hand out my business card with confidence knowing my website looked professional and accurately represented me.
Morgan is unbelievably patient, knows how to clearly explain each step of the process, and has excellent suggestions for helping even the most technology-challenged among us to create our own blogs and websites using WordPress.
Working with Morgan was incredibly empowering. I not only learned how to navigate my way around my blog and website, but I also experienced a growing sense of confidence in following my new career path.
Morgan went above and beyond every step of the way in helping me create a blog and website I could be proud of. If you need any level of support with WordPress, contact Morgan. You’ll be amazed how much easier it all is with her help and expertise.
Reading Connection (Lise’s business website) before and now.
Why Should I Read It? (Lise’s children’s book review blog) before and now.
Your website design received many accolades from our Board!
After our webhost deleted our website, Morgan built a new site for us from the ground up. Morgan is very familiar with nonprofit websites and offered many suggestions that enhanced the site. I was particularly impressed by the way Morgan designed the website to be donor friendly and donor oriented. It was much better than the previous descriptive data approach. She also helped us edit our content to make it more SEO-friendly.
She was so perfect to work with, I don’t want to stop.
I never thought I’d say this about working with a person on the tech side of my computer, but working with Morgan was–and continues to be–a pleasure. She is intelligent, upbeat, clear, personable, prompt, and inventive, along with any other positive descriptor you can think of. She was so perfect to work with, I don’t want to stop.
Jane Anne coaches writers, especially those struggling with writer’s block
Jane Anne Staw, Ph.D., author of Small: The Little We Need for Happiness