For reasons which don’t always make sense to me I run three websites.
The most active is this blog – which is hosted on Blogger, I suppose I could, should, move it but I’ve yet to find a compelling reason.
The second is allankelly.net which is classic static site created with RapidWeaver – a great but far from perfect tool. allankelly.net is a dumping ground for me, allan, its contains or links to almost everything I’ve written or recorded.
The third – and the reason for writing this post – is my commercial site, Software Strategy, this is where I list my commercial offerings – the training courses and consulting work offer. Over the summer we launched a new version of SoftwareStrategy.co.uk, the most expensive version yet! I’d be really grateful for feedback from anyone – please!
(And links to it would be even better, thank!)
The real test of the Software Strategy website is whether it brings in more paying work for me – yes I’d love to blog blog blog but I need to pay the mortgage too.
What do you think of SoftwareStrategy.co.uk?
Until a couple of years ago Software Strategy was all my own work, again with RapidWeaver and static. Then I decided to improve the website and paid someone to rebuild it on WordPress. The site never performed as well as the previous one – i.e. it didn’t bring in as much work – and eventually I decided to rebuild again.
So now I have a new fancy WordPress website.
And I hate WordPress more than ever.
I expect that in a couple of years I’ll be ready for another rebuild. When that time comes I would love to move it back to a static configuration. I see WordPress costs me more but I can’t see any benefit.
Anyone out there want to correct me?