WordPress Website Design and Managed Hosting
StratPoint Solutions originally started as a side hustle to satisfy my hobby of designing and developing WordPress websites. Soon after, I added managed hosting services because I was tired of going through countless shared hosting companies that all had bad service, worse support, and not worth the little bit of savings. In December of 2021, I quit my government job and moving back to Knoxville, TN, and decided to make StratPoint Solutions my full-time job.
My goal with StratPoint Solutions is to help Eastern Tennessee area (Knoxville, Maryville, Oak Ridge, Sevierville, Powell, Lenoir City, etc.) small businesses with understanding the importance of having a website, the role it plays as a marketing tool, the details and process involved in developing a website, and how to manage it for greater success to bring you more traffic and gain new customers.
Some of the most important fundamentals in web design are appropriate color scheme, web friendly graphics and images, accurate navigation, relevant and effective pages with content free of grammatical errors and proper spelling, proper links (and backlinks). Your website should be built for search engine optimization (SEO) to ensure you rank higher than you competitors and increase your traffic flow.
I came up with the name StratPoint Solutions in order to express that there is a STRATegy in operating a business, which requires staying on POINT, in order to get SOLUTIONS. I have used these principles throughout my entire career now apply them in business, particularly flying special operations missions in combat.
My passion began when I created my first website in 2003 for the community of people that flew and supported the MH-53 PAVE LOW helicopter for the Air Force Special Operations Command, and maintain it to this day. StratPoint Solutions is dedicated to helping other small business owners generate more customers by creating or improving their websites. We focus on working business owners/managers as a team, rather than just be a "service provider".