Believe it or not, the best thing about a website is not the graphics.
Oh, the pictures and videos are great, and sometimes they take the place of a thousand words. However, without the words, the story you want to convey is incomplete.
Your mission, if you decide to accept it, is to create a compelling narrative about your business and about yourself.
Everybody loves a story. You can say “once upon a time…” and your visitor is already waiting for the story.
How did you get started in business? What were some of your successes and failures. Yes, we said it: “failures”. No one survives in business without some setbacks. And the mythical journey of the hero who faces adversity and comes back against all odds is irresistible.
According to Wikipedia, The Hero with a Thousand Faces is a work of comparative mythology by American mythologist Joseph Campbell. In this book, Campbell discusses his theory of the journey of the archetypal hero found in world mythologies.
You don’t think of yourself as a hero?
Well let’s do something about that.
This idea of telling your story is another thing that sets us apart from most website developers. You see, most of us are geeks, and we love code and sites that work perfectly, but the truth is, we must convey your convincing story.
Think your story isn’t all that great?
You’re still here aren’t you?
Like the “Unsinkable Molly Brown” you are never done if you don’t give up.
We’ll be happy to ask you enough questions that your story will come shining through.