There's a stigma that a re brand or a revamp can be a pain in the arse! not always ;) let me explain.
The great joys of tweeting used to bewilder me and i only really started using it a few months ago, since then i haven't looked back. I have had numerous sales on my Folksy Shop and made some lovely tweet mates as well.
So while i was developing a website for Photoshoot Studiohire i was tearing my head trying to work out why i could not embed a video file to play on the website, so i put the tweet out!
I then received a tweet from Brian @ Crystal Networks who was kind enough to give up some of his time and help me along my merry way to frustration ville!
Anyway we got a bit distracted and started chatting about my website and how SEO and Website user NOT friendly is had become (i made it 3 years ago!) so it was clear it was time to to update it.
Budget being incredibly tight i was surprised to find out how much (or little) the website would cost me!
So why the re vamp???
It's important in a job like mine to keep on top of trends and changes and it my old website was "so last year" so for me to look professional and attract the types of clients outside of my that i want to then i had to take the jump. It was wort every penny, every email and every tweet!
Don't think twice about it, if you have already thought re vamping then that seed is clearly telling you you are not happy with how things are for you at the moment, so make the change!
I am so glad i did
For £599 i got a brand spanking, shiny and wonderful website with ease of access for me to go in an design elements as well, i have full control over the website and don't have to keep back to Brian (unless i really have to!) thus enabling me to feel mighty intelligent and clever about all things web and my site.