Top 10 Things About Me

  1. I don’t put tons of effort into my own website. I prefer to spend time on my client’s sites instead of mine. Sorry if you are underwhelmed about my site.
  2. I am a busy web designer/programmer. I have around 600 clients in 8 countries and 44 states.
  3. The best way to get in touch with me is my cell phone. 717-538-7137. I have it with me almost 24/7. With clients all over the world, I need to be available 24/7.
  4. 95% of my work is word-of-mouth and other referrals. I get some new clients through SEO visits, but most people will know me somehow through someone else.
  5. I fix lots of problems other web designers/programmers can’t fix. I am called on quite frequently to fix coding issues, unknown problems, hacked websites and to handle domain name/hosting issues.
  6. I will tell you “like it is” and you may not like to hear my comments. I don’t BS anyone. If I think your idea isn’t so great, I’ll let you know. If I think you’re doing it wrong, I’ll let you know. If I think you’ve been ripped off, I’ll let you know. There are some other companies that don’t like my honest opinions.
  7. I like challenging projects. Online school registration? Custom shipping container calculations? Custom report generation for e-commerce? Reclaiming domain names? Getting Yelp comments removed? Yep … did them all (and more!) and enjoyed it.
  8. I work with all types of companies and industries. I’ve worked with one-person companies working from their basements to nationally known rock-n-roll bands. Local non-profit organizations to nationwide organizations. Local government to state government.
  9. I work with Amish, Mennonite, and old order religious sects. Based in Lancaster County, PA, I have a good reference rate among the local Amish community. Yes … they can have websites. Some of my favorite clients are Amish.
  10. My clients own their property. Some companies register their clients’ domain names and hosting in their name instead of the clients’ names and ownership. I’m not that type of person. It’s YOUR domain name and hosting. You should own it.