Since 2001 I have had my personal name registered on the web. But in order to use it, I had to learn web design, an art that I have since fallen in love with. This side passion of mine eventually turned into a side hustle. I design websites and offer marketing support to a select few clients. I am currently writting in HTML, CSS and Bootstrap but my favorite content manager is still WordPress. My projects range from small to medium-sized businesses in a wide variety of fields. Look around and if you are looking to work with someone who has a passion for marketing, web design or for a fresh look at your business, feel free to contact me.

The mission: to disconnect businesses from social media and reconnect them with their customers through email and the web which was what the internet was originally intended for.

Web Design

High Quality Affordable Web Design designed to meet your business needs. If you are not on the web your business does not exist.

Fully Responsive

No matter the size of your screen or device, your site will look fantastic.

Marketing Assistance

Do you have marketing work to get off your plate? I handle Email Marketing, SEO, Google Issues and Much More.

Email Marketing

Most businesses struggle with consistent Email Marketing. I have solutions for that problem. As simple as organizing your marketing list and getting on a schedule.

Google Maps

Trying to get on the front page of a Google Maps Search? So is everyone else. I have a few ways to stuff keywords into your business so Google knows exactly what you do.

Google Places

Managing your Google Places page can be a chore. I am someone this can be outsourced to.

About Me

David Daniels
David DanielsWeb Designer: HTML/CSS, WordPress
I am a Web Designer who offers Marketing Assistance. I develop Search Engine Optimized Websites that generate organic traffic and run software on these websites to capture those leads. I also develop highly effective marketing initiatives that increase sales and revenue.

Recent Blog Posts

  • Apple in China

Worst-case scenario for Apple in China is 29% profit drop, warns Goldman Sachs

May 23rd, 2019|0 Comments

The worst-case scenario for Apple in China could be a 29% drop in the company’s total global profits, warns Goldman Sachs. The bank says the escalating trade war between China and the US, worsened by the Trump administration’s ban on US firms selling to Huawei, means the Chinese government will be looking for a way to hit back at America – and Apple is an obvious target …