However, since 1998 I’ve been building, marketing and selling small websites as a hobby. By 2008 I had sold all my “hobby” sites on Sitepoint.com and focused on my Marketing Consulting business.
I LOVE technology, love having an idea and making it happen. I’ve always done web businesses on a smaller/niche focused scale and learned a ton about outsourcing, SEO, Web Marketing & Monetization.
I am now taking that to a different level and launching http://www.Swayable.com this fall (2010) it’s a larger scale than what I’ve done before, but with my combined “hobby” experience in website building, marketing, monetization and my “day” job of marketing consulting, I’m ready to tackle a bit bigger web project.
This blog is essentially about my startup experience, successes, pitfalls and tips with working on launching http://www.Swayable.com. I’m launching this fall (2010) with both a website and iPhone application.
Keep in mind when reading my blog, if you cringe at reading bad grammar & punctuation etc. you may not enjoy reading my posts. I consider this my personal blog and this is the writing style that works for me.
I live in Seattle with my husband, twin girls, 2 dogs and in addition to spending time with my family, friends & obviously my computer… I love downhill mountain biking and crafting.
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