Welcome to Waxcreative Design's Client Support gateway page. Sorry, but this is for our clients only.
Interested in working with Wax and getting in on this kind of on-going support? Good call. Please request a proposal.
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This content-rich subsite contains extensive information about how to reach your web presence goals by building and maintaining the best site possible. We've made it easy to use… very browsable. There are a wide range of articles covering topics such as strategy (i.e., how to choose an excerpt for today's market, the changing role of newsletters, how to make a contest work for you), to tips on dealing with intergrating social networking feeds into your site, as well as references about how to work with us: how to send in content, whom to conact for what, etc, etc. There are whole sections for sites in development, for WordPress, and for hosting, etc. And it's organized to help you make the best choices on your own without having to ask for help—although we are always available to find hte info for you, or simply engage in a conversation.
If you are a potential client, and understanding the level of support that exists under the hood is important to you, please ask about Client Resources when you request a proposal.
Although the Client Resources section is aimed at our author clients, most of it is helpful for our other clients as well.
When WordPress was solely a blogging platform, there was little opportunity for folks to update sites without expensive software or a lot of training, so we created WaxTools to help clients help themselves. WaxTools let you update your own site in the places where you tend to send us the most frequent content like your events calendar, or your coming soon page, or your list of new items on your home page. It’s simple. You need no special software, just your browser. And you access it here.
Now we employ WordPress to deliver certain kinds of content, though we absolutely still support our clients still on WaxTools.
Ask about WordPress custom post types when you request your proposal.