When Poets Learn to Code
There is so much that goes into coding a website.
Just about anyone can learn a little HTML in an afternoon. Just about anyone can put a free website up in a day or two using the plethora of site builders out there these days. And since just about anyone can do this stuff, there are millions of websites out there.
Most of them are half-finished. Most of them will never see more than a few visitors a month.
If you want to seriously run a business, get people to read your blog, or otherwise spread your organization’s message, you’ve got to have something better than just what anyone can do.
I’ve personally created and run two websites that show up at or damn near the top of the search results for what I want them to show up for. I’ve created dozens and dozens of sites for my clients over the years, nearly all of which have done the same.
Why? I write code like a poet.
What does that mean?
Every line of code, every character, is considered. Seriously, even white space in the code is carefully manicured to ensure that your site will be absolutely as streamlined as possible. I took all of this custom design and development and applied it to Forage, so now even if you don’t have $5000 or more for the perfect site, you can still get as close as is possible to it…but without the price tag.
How do you know if a site is actually coded well though? Luckily, the web provides us with some free tools, such as Google’s own Pagespeed Tool:
Assuming you don’t catch the page during one of those rare moments when the server is re-caching this page (you’ll know you did because one of the suggestions will be to Reduce Server Response Time), you should see those same results yourself!
You’ve seen the results, now get them for yourself!Get Forage