About Kerch

What we stand for at WeFixBrokenWebsites

I stand for clean, clear websites that are user-friendly not only for the visitor but also for the site owner. It’s my responsibility to tell you when something you want to have on your site won’t work as you imagine it will or will make it difficult for users to actually use your site.


I use WordPress as a platform for new websites because I’m good at working with it and because you can, if you choose, make many changes to the content yourself which will keep your costs down.

I believe that the relationship between the client and the designer is critical to producing that site. And if you can’t understand your webmaster when s/he talks then there can’t be a very good relationship.

I don’t think it’s right for web designers to charge tons of money just because they can. If I’m happy with my hourly rate and you are too?  Then, as I like to say, “Shut up and say thank you.”

I believe that you shouldn’t be at the mercy of a web designer with too many projects to attend to everyone on his list. Therefore, I am committed to rapid response and adjustments to your site.

While I don’t believe that a web designer is necessarily the best person to be editing your content, I am a writer and editor.  And I believe it’s my responsibility to tell you when something doesn’t make sense and to coach you to find the words you want to use to explain what you’re trying to showcase.  And yes, I’m trained as a coach.

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2 thoughts on “About Kerch”

  1. Re website

    I had a website thru CenturyLink

    I don’t want to do business with them anymore I had a website with them and they are giving me a bad time.
    Please let me know what you can do to help.
    My name is Mike OReilly
    Please let me know what you can do to help.

    Mike OReilly

    1. Thanks for the note. I’ll send you a private message. But under the heading of advice for others, you domain expires tomorrow. So you’ll have to either make a fast copy of your site.. or pay for the domain for another year.
      That’s not a bad thing. Even if you’re not happy with the registrar (where you pay for you domain name), it’s pretty easy to move that somewhere else. It might take 60-90 days to be allowed to move it, depending on setting you have in place where it is registered now. Good luck. I’ll be in touch.

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