I’ll be the first one to tell you that every single small business should have a website. But for many people the thought of dealing with all that “techie” stuff is just too much to swallow. So they give up.
And although millions of small businesses throughout the United States have websites, when it comes to regular website maintenance, many run into trouble. Even a simple text change may be too difficult. So the website that was once a “new addition” to the business family ends up being old and cobwebbed. Not a good way to get found on the internet.
This just may be the ticket for you if you’re struggling to keep your website up to date. A new online service from Edit.com gives you the control you’re looking for. The service includes “Do-It-Yourself Editing” so you can make most site updates quickly and easily yourself and “Custom Work Services” for reliable advice and expert execution on advanced updates.
“We’re like a service station for websites. We provide an online do-it-yourself service for customers to make site changes themselves and experts when they need someone to take a look under the hood.” says Steve Grushcow, founder and CEO of Edit.com.
Not sure if your website fits? Just take a test drive. Although the site review option isn’t quite what I expected (it’s really little more than a sales pitch), this service could take the pain out of updating your website. PC Mag gave it a heads up too.
Hop on over to Edit.com and see if this may just be the ticket for you. Do you know of other online editors that may be helpful to small business owners who want to do it themselves but don’t have the necessary technical skills? Leave me a comment.