Two important things happened in 1993.
Websites were now able to display graphics and not just text. And also I was born.
I was obsessed with the internet from an early age. When I was 11, I first learned HTML — a modest start to what would gradually develop into a web design/development career.
After a few years, I said to myself—why don’t I start a blog? Seems easy enough, and I already have the technical skills.
Of course, it flopped. And the next one, also flopped.
It took me a few years of testing, learning and experimentation before I really understood how to reliably get people onto my websites, understand them and start earning a full-time income from the business of running websites.
I’m still obsessed with the internet and with the opportunities it brings. Gaining an audience used to be reserved for those with deep PR pockets. Sharing your opinion or knowledge used to be only for those with a book deal.
Now, with a bit of skill, even an underdog can gain a following to a cause they care about.
I’m now sharing this skill with the hard-working people and organisations that are making the world a better place. Are you one of them? Underdog or not—get in touch!
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Who I’ve worked with
The publications listed here have either done interviews with me, included my opinion in their articles, embedded or linked to a product or a resource I’ve produced, published my writing or hand-selected my product on their platform with the intention of promoting it.
None of the publications were paid to do so. I personally knew some of the writers prior to publishing.