Forty percent of small firms don’t have a website, according to Lisa Pansini at LegalProductivity.com.
Okay, maybe you’re among them. Or, maybe your site is so bad that you feel like you don’t have a website.
If you’re ready to create a site, then I’d encourage you to check out the platform now hosting Divorce Discourse.
Our New Host
A few weeks ago, after a minor disaster with our host, we migrated the site to the Rainmaker Platform. I’ve wanted to move for quite some time to simplify my life and eliminate technical hassles.
The site was up and running in about 20 minutes. We selected a template and migrated the old content over to the new site, and we were good to go.
Rainmaker was built by former lawyer Brian Clark (of Copyblogger fame). The guy has been at the forefront of all this stuff for a long time. He knows the business.
I’ll talk more about Rainmaker in future articles and explain how it’s great for mobile, e-commerce, security, podcasts, membership site services, etc.
For now, however, I’ll just emphasize that it’s simple, easy, and functional. You can get something going and feel secure, knowing it’ll have the power you need when you decide to take it up a notch (or a bunch of notches).
How Easy Is It?
For a small investment, you’ll have a site up and running quickly and easily. You’ll have the capacity to enter the dashboard and make changes and see them go live immediately. You’ll have a choice of a bunch of premade designs, and you’ll look like a pro from the first moment.
You won’t need to hire a designer to do anything fancy. You can use Rainmaker right away without even talking to a designer. I haven’t paid anyone a penny to make Divorce Discourse work.
The platform is built on WordPress, but it’s a simplified version of the product. Simple to the user, but incredibly powerful behind the scenes. You can truly do this yourself.
Sign up, add these 3 essential elements, and hit “Publish.”
Try Rainmaker with a two-week free trial. I did, and now I’m here to stay.