Blelisa - 1:41 pm on May 11, 2005 (gmt 0)
I was wondering how you guys handle customer edits for clients who are not local to you. Here is what I am dealing with. I have my first customer that is about 1000 miles from my location, I have completed the first draft of his site, however the text needs to be revised. Normally I would sit down with the client and hash everything out with the site in front of us. But here I am not sure what is the best way to do this. A conference call is not possible because the client says he is too busy. He has printed out all pages of the site and is writing revisions on it. He asked if there was some way I could email the pages to him and just let him make the changes himself. I told him no, because he does not have access to a WYSIWYG and does not know HTML (besides I did no want to lose out on maintenance revenue). Is there someway to get the pages to him so he could make changes on his computer instead of writing it long hand?