Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 22, 2013
With millions of websites being launched every year and more growth forecasted for the years ahead, thousands of companies are rushing to create cookie-cutter website builders to sell websites to the masses and cash in on the explosive growth of the internet.
Many large companies cater to small businesses but aren’t even in the website industry are trying to get in on the action. Companies like Intuit and Vistaprint upsell their customers with website service add-ons. They offer website builders of questionable quality to take advantage of uneducated customers who may not understand all the options for creating a website.
Ryan Bowman of WebEminence.com makes it his mission to protect as many small business owners as he can by educating them on the options for creating a website. He accomplishes this on his blog called Web Eminence University by doing video reviews of the most popular website builders. He finds that many of these website builders offered by these large companies are not the best value for small business owners.
To help small business owners create a simple and professional website, Bowman launched a unique service where he personally builds and maintains websites for a limited number of small business clients.
Bowman said, “There will be millions of small business owners creating sites in the next few years and I’m just trying to help 200 of them. My approach is unique and personal and people won’t find it anywhere else. Most web designers never communicate with their clients after a site is complete, but my goal is to have a long term relationship with clients.”
The aim of Bowman’s website service is to provide a professional and affordable website to a few small businesses that don’t have the time or knowledge to create their own website. Another thing small businesses usually don’t have is the typical $1,500+ that most web designers charge for a simple website.
The most unique aspect of the the service from Web Eminence is that it is ongoing. Bowman works with all his clients on an ongoing basis providing hosting and maintenance for their websites. The goal is for the small business owner to have time to focus on their business while the website is handled by Web Eminence.
Unlike the large companies cashing in on the millions of sites being created every year, the goal of Web Eminence is to stay small. Bowman says he will only accept 200 clients to this service and after that, it will be closed in order to maintain a high level of personal service and attention to his 200 clients. Those interested in being one of the 200 clients should contact Ryan at Web Eminence immediately.