Kathleen Watson is an editor, author and speaker. She had a blog installed that required some deeper knowledge of best practices. The installed WordPress theme was 2 years abandoned and WordPress was out of date. Since she enthusiastically liked her HTML website, the blog was re-designed to integrate with that look. We have occasional training sessions to further her own knowledge and abilities about SEO and posting her blog articles.
Responsive? Yes (TwentyTwelve theme)
Client since: 2014
Problems solved: Web Design, Software Updates, Backups, SEO
Referred by: Josh Wimmer
Deb is my favorite multitalented technology geek. She has broad and deep technical expertise, is highly responsive, and possesses a delightful sense of humor. Thanks to her coaching, I am able to post blogs and perform many WordPress functions myself, yet she bails me out when I get into trouble or can’t make the program do what I want it to do. I recommend Deb to anyone who needs guidance through the maze of what we need to know to function in our high-tech world.
I just published my first short article on LinkedIn, and I have to thank you for providing the foundation of knowledge that helped me get there. Working with you on learning to blog using WordPress and mastering how to add links prepared me for the format and prompts I encountered. Just want you to know that I appreciate all I’ve learned (and continue to learn) from you. 😉
Thanks for all of your help and support. I couldn’t be the Ruthless Editor without you.
Deb, I’m so pleased every time I go to my website, with its “fresh” new look. Thank you so much for suggesting that relatively simple change.
Deb, please know that I appreciate your patience with my pickiness. Attention to detail is what separates the OK from the WOW!
Bless your heart, speedy. I sincerely appreciate it.
Thanks for all you do!
Thank you for the positive enabling you do. ; )
I’m so glad Josh Wimmer recommended you and so glad we’re working together. I appreciate that you read my content. It makes your role and contributions even more valuable to me. Thanks again, Ms. V.
I appreciate your willingness to keep searching for just the right solution — and the skills and knowledge that enable you to come up with options. In my years in business, I have done my very best to never utter a flat “No, that can’t be done,” to a client.
It might take a little longer, it might cost a little more, but almost anything is possible. Thanks for being a can-do person.