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Web Content Admin

A Web Content Administrator / Web Content Editor, is the day-to-day manager of a website. Just as many people could do their own accounts, vehicle or building maintenance, but have their distinctive skills to focus on, this is a service for people who really need to be cultivating their core business, not wrangling with HTML. I have extended this service into setting up Google Workspace for clients like Adfree Cities, taking so far as also managing a CRM for FutureDharma Fund.

If you’re a small business, sole-trader, or creative, need an all-rounder to take on the routine admin, let’s have a chat.

There are multiple reasons you could benefit from having a Web Content Admin or Editor. I work with people who:

  • Need a whole website project taking on: you’re a person who knows what they need from a new website: your brief could include me designing and coding it, then taking it on as its routine editor. 
  • Already have a website: confused by at least one control panel system? Perhaps you need articles edited, with photos curated, cropped and posted alongside? Someone to do the nitty-gritty of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)? Do you need events adding? Routine updates to plugins and other core software? Backups keeping? 
  • Have multiple online marketing channels: one or more websites, an Instagram, and Facebook account for example. Need to cross-post, but only have time to copy-paste, resulting in awkward posts that don’t read well if copied straight from a webpage to Facebook post? I can edit your content so it’s meaningful in the medium it’s posted to, ensuring any links work, there’s a clear call to action if required, and get a user to the page they can book or buy with as few steps as possible.  
  • Need coaching or training: if you need help getting to grips with the backend of your website, and you can budget for support, not a regular admin. I’m good for explaining complex topics in accessible terms: I can support or encourage you to make the technical wizardry happen. Maybe it’s just a phone call every so often, or coffee in front of a laptop once in a while.

Curious to know what advice I can offer? Check out my generalised guidelines on improving your webpages and on better curating of photos.