Site Rescue

Has your Craft CMS or ExpressionEngine site been abandoned or neglected? We help businesses upgrade, fix, and maintain their sites so they can concentrate on running their business. We can help you protect your web site investment by ensuring that your site is up to date and helping you with site maintenance or new features.

  • Have you forgotten how to update your content?
  • Are certain sections of your site not functioning correctly?
  • Are there missing images or files?
  • Are your Google search result descriptions missing or incorrect?
  • Is your site slow to load?

If you answered 'yes' to any of the above questions we can help you resolve these issues and make your web site a pleasure to update and view.

How Does Site Rescue Work?

After discussing your site needs we will investigate your specific issues and do a general inspection of your site. To do this we will need only two things:

  1. Access to the Craft CMS or ExpressionEngine control panel.
  2. FTP access to the server so we can see the set up.

Following the site inspection, we will provide you with a written report that will outline areas for improvement including SEO, best practices for code and templating, best practices for Craft CMS or ExpressionEngine, set up and administration, 404 pages and more.

You can then take this document and work with us, which we hope will lead us to build a lasting relationship with you and your site.

To start your site rescue today Send us an Email

Our Clients

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Sean did a fantastic job on my website. As a photographer, I am particularly picky about how the site looks, and Sean instituted every little tweak I asked for quickly and without complaint. He was also quick to explain things and make changes on the backend. Throughout the process, he was incredible responsive, a great communicator and almost too fast. Sometimes I was hoping he’d drag his feet so I could take a break!

Dennis Drenner, Dennis Drenner Photographs

Contact Us To Start Your Site Rescue