People that know me would agree with this… “Danny de Hek has an obsessive relationship with technology” I love to share it with likeminded people and enjoy teaching others how to setup, install and use anything to do with computers, apps and software applications. If I don’t know how to do something I will know someone via my Networks who does!!
I have been designing, developing and hosting websites since 1995 and I feel the service and the strategies I have on offer are the best in the industry. I provide affordable website packages for small to medium businesses and deliver results for my steadily growing clientele.
I create the website structure and help guide you with getting the right content, by doing this, it will help your website rank high in the search results. In short, I setup your Website, Facebook Page, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn Accounts the way they should be and then teach you how to manage it yourself.
The days of relying on free search engine traffic are limited well lets be honest they are basically over unless you have the time and energy to post blogs every two or three days. So relying on free search engine traffic to drive your website is going to leave you bitterly disappointed.
Buying Facebook likes is the far better option than email marketing. Most of the times emails sent to the customers either end up in stacking in the spam folder, or the internet providers block the sites for ever at the request of their users.
I'd like to share an experience with you that has changed the way I think about reading words in books. I have dyslexia so writing, grammar and reading isn't what I like to do on rainy days, instead watching a good movie is more to my liking.
I have something in common with the following people; Richard Branson, Pablo Picasso, Alexander Graham Bell, Einstein, Nigel Kennedy, John Lennon, Walt Disney, Tommy Hilfiger, Andy Warhol, Whoopi Goldberg, Henry Wrinkler (Fonzie!), Danny Glover.
What is Blogging? (a contraction of the words web log) is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse.