Episode 11, Season 2
Website Best Practices: Messaging, Functionality and Security
Listen in as Heather Locke, Chief Support Officer for Hammersmith Support, shares four website best practices critical to success.
Heather Locke, Chief Support Officer for Hammersmith Support — a self-described WordPress website development and maintenance shop for small and mid-sized businesses — has over a decade of experience managing, optimizing and developing websites for clients. In this episode, Heather shares her four WordPress website best practices – messaging, calls to action, functionality and security.
In this episode, we discuss:
- What the title “Chief Support Officer” means to Heather and why she chose it
- The benefit of using WordPress over other platforms for small to mid-sized businesses
- Heather’s four website best practices: messaging, calls to action, functionality and security
More From This Episode
(1:04) Heather explains why she claimed the title “Chief Support Officer” and what it means to her
(2:33) Heather shares who Hammersmith Support is, their focus and why they’re a WordPress shop
(7:37) Heather and Kriste discuss Heather’s four best practices for WordPress websites: messaging, calls to action, functionality and security.
(22:02) Heather explains Hammersmith Support’s website maintenance package
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