Episode 11, Season 2
Website Best Practices: Messaging, Functionality and Security
Listen in as Heather Locke, Chief Support Officer for Hammersmith Support, shares four best practices critical to your website’s 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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