If your business IS your website . . . you need a dev shop.
You probably need a full staff of developers, designers, product people, and of course, to wrangle all those people on your behalf, an account manager. There are many good shops out there . . . be the boss and ask ruthless questions. Ask to see sites they've made that do exactly what you need done. Ask which technologies they rely on, the platforms they use, and for a demo of how you or your team can manage the site when they are done. Good luck :-)
If your business HAS a website . . . I can help.
I recommend keeping it simple. I recommend building with tools you and your team can manage without a lot of technical know-how. The less beholden you are to a contractor, the more in control of your business you are. And that's a good thing.
I've worked with the major content management systems (Squarespace, WordPress, WebFlow, Drupal, Joomla), and remember, I'm tactic agnostic.
With all that experience, I'm happy to put a stake in the ground with Squarespace. I find it a fantastic platform that meets a lot of needs. (Ask me to start your Squarespace site and you'll automatically get the standard 14-day trial period extended to 6 months, 20% off your first annual purchase and early access to Squarespace's new features.) Squarespace may not be right for you, and I won't recommend it if that's the case. But the truth is so few businesses really need sites that cost tens of thousands and take months to build. Either way, just ask.
In weeks (not months) and for way less than you’d imagine, I make simple, on-brand websites that capture leads and grow business.
And I do it with almost no code so anyone can keep it up.
My work speaks for itself . . .
But when people talk about it, here's what they say:
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