Website Support & Maintenance

Website Support & Maintenance

If you are a growing business, you probably are focused on increasing sales and working with existing customers. Our website maintenance packages make it possible to get the help you need without having to hire a new employee or taking up your own valuable time.

Some of the services we offer include:

  • Making updates and new website development
  • Updating company directories and staff profiles
  • Adding recent company news to website
  • Creating new web pages with new products or services
  • Updating product pricing and sales
  • Adding promotions to the website
  • Updating hours of operation, schedules, and contact information
  • Enhancing existing website content and pages for SEO
  • Performing website updates and backups
  • Fixing bugs or errors on your website
  • Analyzing website for broken links
  • SEO optimizing images and tags for search engines
  • Integrating MailChimp, EventBrite, and other third party software

Contact On Time Web Development today for a free consultation for a custom low-cost website maintenance package.

Website Support

Website Support

In September of 2017 I received an email from Matt Grace of Grace Engineering, a consumer products company in the hunting industry. The company was looking for someone to support their 3 WordPress websites,, and

In addition to standard content and system updates, I’ve assisted with several projects including:

Quest Sales Force
A rewards system for Dealers selling the popular Quest Bows. Developing this system included research, installation and customization of several plugins (BuddyPress, myCRED, Remove Dashboard Access and rtMedia)

Store Locator Plus
Identified and installed the Power addon as the preferred method of updating dealer locator systems for all 3 sites

If you need help getting the most out of your WordPress website contact me today for a free consultation.

SCAM Alert!

SCAM Alert!


I recently search for a software package and found it advertised in the Google Sponsored Shopping results.


The domain and company name is similar to a popular company, whose software the advertiser is selling. 


The site displays Verified Reviews claiming over 200 positive reviews.


However, when you click the Verified Reviews logo it is linked to a totally different product review for another company.


  Only if you click the product’s Reviews tab will you see several authentic reviews identifying the seller as fraudulent.

The Importance of Giving Back

The Importance of Giving Back

As a successful entrepreneur I am very mindful of the people in my life who provided training, support and opportunities for my growth. It is my firm belief that all of us who have benefited from the kindness of others have the privilege and obligation to pass on our good fortune to others.

That’s why I make it a point to work with non profits on a deeply reduced or pro bono rate. I am blessed to have the ability to support Cancer Awareness Resource Network, My Life Our Journey Foundation, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, and Source of Universal Love by providing website design and hosting services.

The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) and its Affiliate Council come together each year to honor and recognize its leaders – engineers, scientists and technical professionals who have distinguished themselves through outstanding achievement and service within their respective Societies.

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), an affiliate society of ESD, presented me with this lovely plaque.

It was truly a humbling experience to stand on the same stage as leading engineers, scientists and technical professionals who have distinguished themselves through outstanding achievement and service.

Volunteer of the Year Award Presentation
This award means a great deal to me because it represents my commitment to giving back.
INCOSE Volunteer of the Year 2018
INCOSE Volunteer of the Year 2018
Domain Slamming

Domain Slamming

Don’t be a victim of Domain Slamming!

This week I received a Domain Name Expiration Notice warning me that I will lose exclusive rights to my online identity if I don’t renew right away.

The only problem is, I didn’t register with this company – my domains are all registered through SiteGround.

Domain slamming, or domain name slamming, which is similar to telephone slamming scams, refers to the practice of sending fake renewal notices or bills to domain name registrants that are actually disguised service transfer notices.

Responding to a fake renewal notice often results in a higher fee for the registrant’s domain name and an unauthorized transfer to a different registrar or service provider.

Many website owners don’t know where their domains are registered though, and it would be easy for them to fall for this ruse.  If I’d responded to the notice I’d be paying 3 times what I currently pay for this service.

Are you, like me, angered by con artists trying to steal your identity, your time and your money? Are you frustrated by the never-ending flood of Spam and Scams, Phishing, and Fraud on the Internet?

domain slamming

That’s why I include domain management services as part of building your online presence.  You shouldn’t have to worry about your domains expiring, or being overcharged by unscrupulous scammers.

If you need a trustworthy support resource to keep your online identity secure and your business in touch with technology, call or text me at 989-284-3935.



I was recently notified that one of my newly launched websites was blacklisted by Norton – which means visitors who use Norton’s service were presented with a large ‘Malicious Website Blocked’ banner.  As you can imagine, my client was quite upset.


My first action was to check the reports from 2 security plugins used on all the sites I develop.  The site was identified as clean by both services.


Next I visited Norton’s website, where I learned that Norton’s automated scanner had marked the site unsafe due to “Annoyance factors”, a vague category defined as “Items that don’t necessarily do harm, but are a nuisance”.


My client and I were not notified of this.  We had to learn about it from a friend who visited the site. In order to unblock the site I had to create an account at Norton, verify site ownership, and request a re-evaluation. The site was marked clean within a few hours. Since then I have added all my websites to that Norton account so I will be alerted immediately if there is a change in their status.


If you know anyone panicked by the thought of their website being identified as UNSAFE, I would be happy to look into their issue and insure their reputation isn’t ruined by “Annoyance Factors”


Payment Methods & Best Practices

Customer Engagement & Marketing

  • Google Trusted Stores
  • Trusted Reviews
  • eBay
  • Amazon Seller Central