You may have figured that out from the domain name, or from the logo at the top of the page, but since it’s polite to introduce yourself (no cheesy third-person references, I promise. I actually wrote all this myself), I wanted to do just that and extend a warm welcome to you and say thanks for visiting my site.
Have you ever wanted to have a conversation with a web developer to get some answers to questions you have about your website, but were afraid that the “tech” talk would go over your head?
When I was just getting started I struggled to find info and resources that spoke to me where I was at.
There was no shortage of content, but the content just didn’t connect with me a lot of times, so it was hard to find stuff that could help me move forward.
So after years of learning, experimenting, failing and succeeding I thought it would be great to share what I’ve learned and am still learning.
Whether you’re a blogger, a small business, an e-commerce business, or you have some other kind of online presence I’m here to help you solve problems and get results.
I try to eliminate as much of the tech talk as possible so you can get help with your website headaches and make your online efforts successful.
I’ve built a ton of different kinds of websites – from large to just-getting-started blogs.
I’ve helped launch brands. I’ve helped develop e-commerce strategies and develop content initiatives to drive membership interest for a health club chain by using new blogging and content creation practices, and a whole lot more.
I’ve helped a ton of businesses get started with content creation and I’ve helped a ton of bloggers take their first steps into the online world. I’ve designed and built all kinds of different websites.
I learned what works, and just as importantly, what doesn’t work when it comes to building websites. Interested in knowing more about how I ended up here?