As you can see from the infrequency of blog posts, I don’t do much here any more.
The menu to your left, is up-to-date with the current websites I have created and (mostly) maintain. I currently host most of these sites with GreenGeeks. If I take on more customers, hosting will have to be considered on an individual basis. Pricing will definitely vary.
The main websites I currently update are my work website, of which we have recently started blogging on. Thanks to the recently economy issues, we have had a very slow year in the Live Event industry and some of us are not able to work full-time. C&H Audio Visual continues to surely move forward. Even though my position as Technology Coordinator hasn’t been in high demand, I have enjoyed keeping the public and our clients informed through our website.
Being laid-off for the last 11 months, has allowed me to get very much done around the “farm”. Gardens, chickens, tiny home building, etc… I learned some things I needed to know, some things I didn’t need to know, some things I didn’t want to know, some things I wish I didn’t know and some things I didn’t know that I didn’t know.
With this time I have also maintained websites for two of my autos. My 1979 Malibu wagon was completed in my spare time before the unfortunate lay-off, but I have kept the website up to date as needed. My 1966 Chevy C10 build was started before being laid-off and on the road in the last few months. I built this website as a blog whereas my ’79 Wagon site was more of a single paged “feature” format. With 66c10.com I continue to update with posts of work as I go along with “feature” pages.
I’m not doing anything with the 100 Dollar Bill Cards business because the cost and inconvenience of printing is not worth what I would have to charge for the overall work of each design. I have left the website up for now as a reference for ecommerce options. Also because of this, I have lost the high rankings in search engines for this site.
Most of the other clients have taken to update their own websites.