What did we do before the internet?
The world wide web was invented on March 12, 1989. The very first website was created in 1990. I built my first website in 1991 and I turned nickname into my domain name at the time. Now, almost 30 years later, I’ve relaunched my website using my current nickname as my domain name.
I’ve been around the world wide web for decades and love many of the innovations which have evolved to help the layman (like me) be able to create a web presence without needing to learn copious amount of coding.
I have always been a “do it yourself” kind of guy. I built my personal website and later, websites for my various business. I have used several programs in the past (and I’m going to seriously date myself) including Microsoft Frontpage and Macromedia Dreamweaver. I love the web based blogging software and my current favorite is WordPress.
As a business owner and entrepreneur, I understand the need to have a web presence to more easily share your product or service.
If you looking to create a new website or rebrand your existing one, I have assembled a TEAM who can help you with your web design needs. They can even handle providing the web content for you and coordinating it with your newsletter and mailing campaigns.
If you’re more of a DIY person, I can assist you with that as well and get you started in the right direction.
As of yet, there is no project too large or too small. I genuinely love helping people and this partnership allows me to connect you with an amazing web designer and content provider, many of which are also fellow entrepreneurs.
This is the company I use and here’s why. A percentage of your purchase will support, The Burrito Project, an organization I’m passionate about which feeds the hungry and homeless in our local LA community as well as across the nation. Burrito Project Domains, provide the SAME excellent customer service you would get from “go daddy” because they are managed by the SAME exact parent company. You get all the SAME bells and whistles and your purchase helps feed the homeless. That’s a win-win if I’ve ever seen one.
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