Meyne (pronounced like Maine) is here to help bloggers take their business to the next level with custom themes, built around their goals.
You have big dreams for your blog.
But you’re probably frustrated right now with a pre-made theme that just isn’t giving you the results you’re working so hard for.
You need a design that will help you achieve those goals, and represent YOU perfectly.
And hi, I’m Christina.
A WordPress developer since 2014, working with many wonderful bloggers who make a full-time living (or more) at it ever since.
I want to help you get there too, whether you’re at the very beginning of your business, or already making a full-time income with it.
Because there are few things more exciting than seeing seeing an industrious person build the career (and life) they really want.
In the summer of 2019, Karen (a real-life friend) joined the team as our Design and Development Assistant. Karen was previously a WordPress developer and designer as well, so she’s an amazing help in every area of the business and work we do.
Charles is our Project Manager, keeping us all on task and making sure projects are going along as planned. He manages the scheduling and check-ins as needed so Karen and I can stay focused on what we do best: design and development.
What it’s like working with Meyne.
First, it’s personal. I was a blogger myself once, so I totally get the dreams, goals, plans…and frustrations.
When we work together, your goals are number one to me. I go all in for you. I’ll ask a lot of questions so I can see your business from your eyes, and then we’ll work on a design and custom theme that will help you level up.
Meyne is an Old French word. There is a small river in southern France named La Meyne, an off-shoot of the Rhone.
When some French settled here in New England, they named the area Meyne (meaning household or mansion), which we translated to Maine. Happy for me, France and Maine are two of my favorite places on earth because of the simple, down-to-earth, hard-working lifestyle.
Which is exactly what I envisioned when starting Meyne–simple, down-to-earth, hard-working–hence the hard-to-know-how-to-pronounce name.