Everything about this WSJ article is wrong. It’s as if they’re telling Jane and John Q Public to go out and buy the cheapest hammer and screwdriver available, then to steal some of the decorations off the surrounding houses, on whatever land they can get their hands on, whether it’s bedrock or swampland, and then they will magically be able build themselves a lovely, fully functioning home.
It’s wrong, it’s irresponsible, and it will only lead to the cheapening of their image and brand.
Gillico represents the polar opposite of that kind of thought. I respect my (and your) clients more than that. I have been working at this craft for many years, and I have experience and knowledge about best practices that you will not be able to acquire by simply looking at another web site.
Please take the time to contact me with your needs, and I will work hard to help you identify a plan of action, and how to best achieve your goals. My job is to make you look good, and to provide you with the most professional results possible. I don’t cut corners, I don’t outsource, and I won’t let you down.
I look forward to working with you.