Your web presence is not just a destination, it's a journey.
You need to know what to bring and the best way to get where you're going.
A web presence sherpa guides you along the way.
To get to the finish, you have to start where you are. Let's go!
Hi, I’m Bridget Baker, your:
Web Presence Sherpa.
I can create websites from start to finish, supporting you from choosing your domain name, to launching your venture online. You may be just starting out with your business, or have been in business for a while, but your site just doesn’t look and feel like you anymore. Being in a business is not an endgame. It’s a continual journey of growth and discovery. As you get more clear in who you are and your message, your website needs to reflect that. I partner with you to create websites that you can edit yourself, or can stay with you on the journey and maintain your site for you. We’ll come up with strategies to launch your site, and to share it with the world using social media, email marketing, and blogging. Your web presence journey begins with a single step, and I’m here to guide you.
Your web presence begins and ends with your website. I can support you from the ground up, or with remodels or revisions. Website set-up and design for WordPress, Weebly, Shopify, Squarespace, and more. Whether it is a new (ad)venture, or a makeover of an outdated site, it’s time to show the world what you’re up to. I can bring you from start to finish, working with your goals and milestones along the way as we co-create together.
Bridget was amazing! Launching a new website felt so intimidating to me, but she held my hand through the whole process. Even when she knew what would work best, she allowed me to explore possibilities until I realized that she was right in the first place. And she did so without judgement! Since I didn’t have it all figured out from the start, this took so much stress out of the process. I’m so grateful for her patience, expertise, and skill, and I’m very happy with my new site! Thank you so much Bridget!
Bridget is truly a wonder, and I love working with her! She created my website, and updates it periodically – not only the content but the entire look and feel so it’s fresh and relevant. People say they really get an authentic sense of who I am, my philosophy and what I offer, and this makes it easier for them to say yes! to working with me. And, social media? Bridget has gotten me started with blogging, as well as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and now Instagram. The best part? He patience, motivation, inspiration, and creative vision. Thank you, Bridget, for all that you do for me and my business!
Do you ever wish you could have a genie to call on, to assist you in accomplishing the tech work you’ve set out to do? I suggest you call on Bridget Baker. She is a phenomenal resource, your “web Sherpa” when all things technology feel like a hike up Mount Everest.
Karen Fitzgerald Art, fitzgeraldart.com
Need a guide? I can help. Let’s set up a time to chat. I can support you with your website, wherever you are in the process, and help you make the journey. Don’t go it alone.
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