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I love my new website that Sam worked with me to create! And it converts over 30% better than my old one!
I have to tell you that when I met you and you were asking me about my business and the name, etc… I heard a voice in my head that said “listen to her … take direction … and make changes”. I felt an awareness transpire and your guidance gave me great clarity. So thank you for being honest and suggesting the persona exercise … I am most grateful!
I love how you are always full of new ideas that go above & beyond your role as webmaster - you really help make sure our organization has not only a great website, but successful events & programming, too!
Thanks to Sam's deep knowledge of all-things-WP, she was able to jump right into a languishing build and quickly (and cost-effectively!) squash the final bugs to get the site to the finish line. Consequently, my client and I were both very pleased.
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