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browser-address-barHaving a web presence is essential in the digital world whether that be a full-fledged e-commerce web site, a small blog or even just a Facebook page for your business.

Creating a web presence can be simple with many of the tools available online, but how do you leverage that tool?

Many web sites have an “About Us” page that is full of management-speak, you know, pushing the envelope whilst seeking a new paradigm using blue-sky thinking all of which tells you absolutely nothing about the business in question.

City-GuildsI’m Steve, and I was formerly a Technology Project Manager with British Telecommunications where I had to learn web design in order to keep our intranet pages up to date for all of the projects that our team was working on. I received on-the-job training for this role and when I left the company in 2005, I continued my training and achieved a City & Guilds Level 3 Advanced Diploma for IT Users in web design with a distinction.

Initially, I was building bespoke static web sites for my clients using Dreamweaver and learning with each site that I created but, more and more, clients wanted to be able to keep their own sites up-to-date themselves and I began to create sites with the WordPress framework that allows for content to be managed by the client.

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