Oct 2, 2009 Comments Off
Clients don’t take advice but they do buy products. That’s an important distinction because the art becomes to wrap your advice around a product. I consult businesses about how to do business, and one of the first things I do is introduce them to the internet. When it comes down to giving advice on how to use the internet, the best way becomes to make websites.
I’ve seen a lot of businesses, and I see a lot of websites. In order to serve such a variety, I have to keep making a wide variety of websites myself. This allows me to gain necessary experience in the production side of the internet – web design and web development. If I can resonate with clients and or suppliers alike, that would be fine for all involved.
So, I give advice, I make websites, I develop database driven websites and email, and I give consultation and advice on navigating the internet for the sake of commerce.
I make things tangibly happen in exchange for capital.