We might be the new kid on the block, but we are eager to prove we belong
We are admittedly new. We know we are not the flashiest. But that doesn't mean we're totally inexperienced. We've worked in the web hosting industry for over half of a decade, and we've seen all the horror stories. Just to name a few:
- Web designers that never return phone calls and emails
- Designers who half-finish the job
- Designers who over-promise and under-deliver
- Designers who build a site but give you no practical instructions on how to keep it updated.
Our commitment is to see every job to completion with excellence and care and be available afterward to equip you to be able to get the most out of your website.
Because we're new we know we have a lot to prove and will hustle to get the job done right and within your budget.
We are passionate about small business because we ARE small business.
My wife (Dawn) and I are the owners of Vintage Peach, a vintage decor company based out of our home. We know the enormous amount of effort that it takes small business owners to perfect their products and services while doing the heavy lifting of getting your name out there.
We want to help alleviate the digital marketing side of things for you by giving you a professional web presence that elevates your brand and attracts new customers.
We do this by:
- Listening to your needs and bringing your ideas to life
- Creating a professional web presence
- Developing your brand through helping you identify a unique, memorable domain name
- Getting your logo created through our network of experienced graphic artists
- Creating your Facebook page and cover images
- Optimizing your site so you're not getting buried in the search engine rankings
Erik Manning is the owner of Right Side Designs. Erik has a passion to help small businesses, churches, ministries, and non-profits have a professional presence on the web.
He has worked as a Customer Sales and Support Coach in the Web Hosting industry for 5 years and has been blogging since 2007.
He's written primarily on the subject of baseball (Go Cardinals!) and has published writings on ESPN.com and FanGraphs.com. His writings have also been mentioned in The Wall Street Journal, YahooSports.com, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.