A Little Change. Blogging through a web re-design

Written By Stewart Ritchie
Posted On August 30, 2014

Thats right, we’ve trashed our site (again).  These are exciting times at poweredbycoffee, time of change and growth.  We’re growing as a company, as individuals and as service providers. Our original site just didn’t cut it anymore (it never really did) and it was time to get rid of it.

poweredbycoffee now has some full time staff and is doing more digital marketing and maintenance work.  We tell our clients all about content marketing and how design is key to success, but we never really followed through on our own advice (the carpenters house has no roof), so now we will.

We are starting a blog (shock!) series on the process of designing a website and using content to generate new leads from it.  That’s what our clients want to know and it’s what we do.  We thought the best way to educate was to just be totally transparent.  We will design this site in public as we discuss getting found, planning for mobile, user journeys, email marketing, web design and web development topics.

Keep up to date and follow along

We’re really excited about this project and hope you are too. Follow this series (on Facebook, Twitter or email) and watch as we publicly go through the process of how and why to build an amazing lead generating website.

In our next article, we will take a closer look at the old site, what worked and what didn’t, what we can salvage and what to throw away.

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Stewart Ritchie
Lead developer and founder of Powered By Coffee. Stewart has been building websites for 15 years and focusing on WordPress for 5. He founded Powered By Coffee in 2011 after finishing is masters degree. He lives in Guildford Surrey with his wife Sydney and their two cats.
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