No Pain No Gain

by | Nov 23, 2014 | General Topics | 0 comments

No Pain No Gain

We may all be too familiar with the “No Pain No Gain” approach to a myriad of improvement quests in both our personal and professional lives! But does the old adage have any validity? The answer is that it depends. It really depends on the type of pain and the type of gain you are talking about.

The Pain and Gain of Website Development and Maintenance

In regards to Website Development and Maintenance, for many business owners the dreaded pain is, well… it’s the whole process! How do we get started, who do we call, who can we trust, how much time am I going to have to devote to this? And so on and so on. Sometimes stress about the process swells to the point of either putting off website development completely (paralysis by analysis) or worse yet, making an ill-informed decision and winding up with a less than desirable website.

And the gain? The gain, of course is all the benefits your business may reap from a great website. To name just a few of the benefits you can gain by undertaking the website development process:

  • Business Exposure
  • Visual Representation
  • 24 Hour Access
  • Information Exchange
  • Affordable Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • Market Research
  • Increased Reach
  • First Impression
  • Professionalism


“No Pain No Gain” in Website Development? It doesn’t have to be that way.

As a matter of fact, we make it pretty doggone painless to get a great website for your small business. We try hard to not only make the process painless but to actually make it enjoyable. We specialize in taking the ball and running with it. How is this possible? We spend a lot of time getting a feel for your business vibe and turning that into an end product. We are transparent and trustworthy. No secrets here. We do the heavy lifting and focus in like a laser on creating a website that delivers the maximum benefit for your business. Uncomplicated communication & superior customer service. Teaming up with Team 218 for your website development and maintenance needs allows you to focus on what you know best – your business.

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About The Author

Team 218 Web ServicesHi, I'm Chuck Hersey. I'm a partner at Team 218 Web Services and I created this content. I've been building websites and working with SEO projects for over 20 years. I started Team 218 in 2014 with a goal of offering quality, affordable websites to Iowa small businesses and nonprofit organizations. I wanted to provide a complete website package solution to make getting a website easy and fun.

You can contact me by email (puhpx@grnz218.pbz), through our Contact Form or by text or phone at 319-333-0815.

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