Posted March 11th, 2010 by Dave
I opened the doors to the world with a Facebook announcement on Friday, February 12, 2010. The next morning at around 10:00 am I had my first customer.
It is now March 11, 2010, a full month later and I have five more accounts and some good leads. I’m not including family, friends, personal sites, or existing clients – just new clients. My first month has me averaging one account a week. I’m super stoked!
Posted February 19th, 2010 by Dave
Well, most people that know me also know that I no longer work for ParagonForce. It’s complicated.
Regardless, after a career full of cubes, dead-end jobs, brain-dead managers (no vision, and/or little if any IT experience, and/or no clue how to deal with technical-orientated people), and contracts that only last six months, I’ve decided to do the exact same thing I’ve always done with a twist: instead of working for other people I’ve decided to work for myself!
Posted November 27th, 2009 by Dave
“When we first started our website, I had zero experience in website design. I was simply given a web design program and told to build a site from the ground up. I had almost no help until I met Dave. Dave has been a tremendous help with keeping our site running and looking good. I have never had to wait for an answer when needing help with an issue. Dave even worked with me one time to figure out why I couldn’t access our site from home, he even helped fix the problem, even though it was on my ISP’s end not Dave’s. Dave has also been more than willing to help me understand HTML and other web applications, as well as tips on improving the overall image of our site.”
– John Sherer, Webmaster
Bloomfield Fire Department
Posted November 14th, 2009 by Dave
Ctrl-Alt-Delete column in the People section of The Greene County Daily World published Saturday, November 14, 2009 titled Windows 7 Can Wait Until Next Purchase
Posted November 1st, 2009 by Dave
I’ve been noticing some interesting spikes in my web stats following the last couple of articles I’ve posted. It appears I’m actually developing a following of people who are interested in my articles. Not very many people, mind you, but real live people none-the-less. If you are one of these people, thank you.