Monday, 31 January 2011 23:35

Why The Computer Guy Shouldn't Build Your Website

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Most companies wouldn't dream of putting their marketing director in charge of the IT department -- but all too often, I see them using their computer guy to build and run their web site. The same guy you use to fix your printer and run your network is probably not the best person you want in charge of something as important as online marketing.

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My niche has been the unique combination of a marketing background along with a deep understanding of how to drive traffic and create actual sales on the internet. The results speak for themselves. In fact, One of my current clients who began with zero web sales now gets over 55% of their business from the internet!

Smaller is Better -- and Faster!

Unlike a lot of web marketing and design companies, I'm still a one-man shop and answer my own phone -- which is both a blessing and a curse sometimes -- but none of my clients have ever become just a number. When something needs to be updated quickly, it gets done. If you have had experience with larger web companies, you already know that it can take days or even weeks for something to be updated or completed. My daily goal is to never have an in-box.

My Work

Click on any of the images to the right to view some samples of my current web sites. The sites range from e-commerce with shopping carts, to directories and online training sites. Whatever you need, I can do it.

Are We a Good Match?

The truth is, I'm not looking to have hundreds of clients. I like my life too much the way it is. So, if you're looking for someone who wears a suit, likes business trips, long conference calls, and endless meetings...that's not me. I'm only interested in doing quality work for a few selected companies where we all benefit from the success of our work.

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