If you are reading this, it means that we most likely just met in person to talk about your company website, or you are just curious about how Fiddler Online is different from any other web developer in the world.

There are a few things you need to know about Fiddler Online that makes them the perfect web developers for most small businesses.

We design amazing looking websites

Seriously, our websites are exquisite! I’m always proud of each website our expert design team puts together. Not only do they look good, but they are designed in a way that Google will like, too. If Google likes the design they are more likely to rank you and send rich clients your way.

As LeVar Burton used to say, “You don’t have to take my word for it!” Here are some of my personal favorite websites that we have launched and our clients have loved:

We never disappear

The number one complaint I hear about web developers is, “I needed help, and they disappeared!” We intend to never become THAT web developer. Seriously, you can call or email us any time. We aren’t staring at our phone all day waiting for your phone call, and we don’t check email every second of the day. But we promise, if you send us an email or call us we will respond within 24 hours. You can learn more about our communication philosophy HERE.

Again, you have our promise; if you become our client we will never leave you wondering, “WHERE DID THEY GO?”

You aren’t committed to anything

Other web designers charge huge upfront development costs. Last time we checked, small business owners don’t have 4-10K sitting in the bank waiting to be thrown at a website. When you hand over a check worth thousands of dollars, it causes stress. What if you hate the design? What if the web designer really does disappear? You can’t afford to have that money be squandered.

That’s why we are different. We have no upfront fee (you will sleep better at night) and no contract. Worst case scenario: you pay a couple of payments of $179, if you aren’t happy at that point, you can walk away and have your unmarried son living in your basement design a website. That scenario sure beats giving a web developer $5K for an ugly website.

Our design queue can get long

Our business model is pretty special and a lot of small businesses owners recognize that. So our design queue is always growing. If you submit your request today you’ll get your website up and running much quicker. Or you can wait, and who knows how many people will be in front of you. If you enjoy standing in line, go to the post office.

We actually train you to be successful

Like I mentioned above, most web designers take your money, give you a mediocre website, and then hide from your emails and phone calls.

That’s not our style. We offer consistent live and online training sessions to make sure you know exactly how Google and the rest of the internet work so that you can have a website that actually makes you money. We give you training on tools that make it easy to give potential clients reason to visit your website and buy your product or service.

Lastly, you should act now because you are going to get busy

It’s human nature to “think about decisions” before you make a commitment. I get it, I’ve told the same thing to car salesmen and health juice companies. It never hurts to sleep on it before making a big commitment; however, there isn’t much to think about when commitment is low (like I mentioned above). What happens is, you get back to the office, look at the gazillion emails waiting for you and you fail to “think about it.” You get busy and then months pass. Instead of launching your new website and have it make money, you end up starting the process over again, wasting all the time you put in earlier.

Seriously, let’s take the next step together.

Our past experience shows that, if a potential client doesn’t start the $179 plan during ourĀ first visit, the chances of them becoming a Fiddler Online client dramatically diminishes.

Take my hand, and let’s jump in….CLICK HERE.



Kurt Francom is a former partner at WordXpress. He currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has two kids and a massage therapist wife Alanna (a mechanic never has time to work on his own family cars). Kurt enjoys reading, writing, time-travel movies, attending college football games in the fall, and drawing caricatures.