Website Bootcamp Finishing School
Okay so you got me. Finishing School is etiquette training for upper class girls…or at least it used to be!
My finishing school is Get Things Done training for beleaguered business folk. When you register for this course, we will spend a few days working through your website honey do’s!!
This service is available for more than just my WordPress peeps. If you’re on Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace you can still sign up!
Frequently Asked Questions
Our journey begins with a worksheet. . .
Whoo hoo! The stuff all great dreams are made of!
My biz planning docs are pretty boss. This workspace will act as the hub for your entire project.
Step 1. Schedule your Collaboration Meeting
Block off up to three hours for a pretty short brand discovery meeting. Think about it, how long did it take you to develop your brand??
Now, then we’ve only got three (3) hours to
- review your brand value, visuals, & verbiage
- go over the search-ready words to always, always, always be thinking about for your biz, and lastly
- wireframe those website words so we both have a clear idea of what you want to say and where
We will also use this time to answer your questions, refine your goals, & schedule your training(day 2) and launch(day 3) meetings.
psst. Use the box down below to sign up
Step 2. Collaboration Meeting
The most important task for this session is to set the stage and make sure we have all of the preliminary information necessary to make your project a success.
Show up to this meeting with all the information and visuals for unfinished pages, products, emails, & what have you.
Step 3. Training Meeting
We’ve already done the rundown and decided what we need to do to win today. So let’s get down to business and knock out your action steps!
Step 4. Launch Meeting
This is just a quick meeting to check in on our task list and make sure your goals were met so that we can flip the switch.
Step 5. Review
I don’t know about you, but I find that living with something for a couple weeks can give better insight into what’s working and what isn’t. So I schedule a follow-up two weeks out to get your feedback.
I know that’s a lot of steps, but this a three (3) day workshop.
I understand that you may not have three consecutive days to devote to meeting – you are busy doing your thing, after all. That said, Website Bootcamp is designed to last no longer than 2 weeks – total. Barring a major setback, that is the absolute longest timeline that my team and I will devote to actively developing this type of project.
If you are unable to stand by that kind of time commitment then Bootcamp is not for you. Consider signing up for a planning meeting so that we can discuss your needs and explore a more long-term working relationship.
You can view the full Website Bootcamp Mutual Agreement below – as a matter of fact you have to agree to it to get started, but let’s have a quick review of the pertinent information.
- When you schedule a Website Bootcamp Collaboration Meeting, you are confirming that you are authorized to enter into an agreement on behalf of the named business that we’re discussing in the session.
- I, Rahgna J. Lewis, agree that I have the expertise applicable to perform the tasks associated with Website Bootcamp. I am also authorized to make decisions on behalf of RJ Lewis Digital.
- I will make every endeavor to protect the confidentiality of the information that you provide regarding your business concerns.
- Each Website Bootcamp has a very clear timeline. It is up to both of us to make sure that the work gets done within the budgeted time.
- I will make every effort to ensure that you have a completed project at your scheduled launch. Should your content not be available, I will use placeholder text and images to proceed with your implementation.
- Your Action Plan will clearly outline your design and development milestones. You agree to make every effort to provide feedback during those times.
- Some things are out of my control and outside of the scope of this project such as:
- I will not agree to copy someone else’s work for you.
- While I can help you optimize your website, I cannot literally provide you with website traffic.
- Unless you specifically sign up for a Care & Support Plan, I will only provide content management, maintenance, and support for 30 days following your project.
- The functionality of your website is not guaranteed forever. Technology changes … rapidly. If something that was working stops working without my involvement, I will not fix it for free.
- All Website Bootcamp Collaboration Meetings require a non-refundable 50% deposit. The remaining balance is due on launch day.
- Once your final payment has cleared ownership is assigned as follows:
- You own the graphics and other visual elements created for this project. Please store them safely and securely.
- You own text content, photographs and other data you provided unless someone else owns them.
- I retain the rights for any code that I created on your behalf for this project.
- Software licenses purchased on your behalf are your responsibility and most often incur a monthly or annual subscription. These will be clearly documented in your brand HQ workspace.
- This agreement is not transferrable to other parties.
- This agreement is governed by the applicable legal authority of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
When you schedule your Collaboration Meeting, you will pay a non-refundable 50% deposit.
Once you have paid your deposit, even though your project might not start for a while, I go to work for you. I start customizing your project workspace (Brand HQ) and deciding the best design and display to recommend for your content.
When our project is over, you will be expected to pay the remaining balance of the project fee.
Feel free to chat with me and get your questions answered.