Meyne (pronounced like Maine) is here to serve bloggers and small business owners who take their businesses seriously.
You have goals for your blog (or biz) and you plan on growing it. I want to help you get there, whether you’re at the very beginning of your empire, or already making more than a full-time income with it.
You need a website that will help you achieve those goals, and represent you perfectly.
That’s where I can help. I can bring your unique vision to life in a purposeful website or blog. Custom built with quality code and the highest standards. Your site will be SEO, speed, social media, and mobile optimized.
Wait…I’m just starting out and can’t afford custom yet. What about me?
I’m here for you too. The DIY shop will be just what you need to look like a million bucks until you start making it. There are themes that are versatile and easy (yes, really) for you to customize and make your own. You can get plugins too to add on any additional features you need.
And everything comes with clear and simple instructions and video tutorials so you won’t be left frustrated and spending more than you planned.
Update: the themes are getting serious code updates to go along with the changes that are coming to WordPress. They will be back this year!
Sign up to hear when the shop opens, and to receive tips once or twice a month on how to make sure your blog is moving you towards your goals.
And hi, I’m Christina.
(I’d have a picture of me here, but I’m the most awkward selfie taker on the planet. Maybe someday I’ll convince the Hubs to take one of me.)
I started out as a (frustrated) DIY & home blogger back in 2011. Loving to blog, hating to try to keep the blog functional and looking good. That is…until I took a basic coding class. It was going to be a necessary evil so I could stop bothering all my blogging friends and generous theme developers.
Only it wasn’t evil at all. In fact, I had to tear myself away from coding classes. After a few years of courses, learning, doing, and helping create and fix themes for super cheap as I learned, in early 2014…I started Meyne.
In the summer of 2019, Karen (a developer and real-life friend) came on board to help me keep up with maintenance for previous clients while still being able to take on new projects. I love having her here to help, and you will too!