Monthly Archives: January 2014

Resell Hosting for Client Management?

Definitely Not! At least not through a reseller package. A little while back I decided to get a reseller account for the sole purpose of being able to manage my clients websites all in one spot. What started out as a move towards organization and streamlined functionality quickly became tedious hosting package creation, billing software setup, sign up for hosting landing pages, and worst of all, many many many cpanel credentials to keep track of and log into. This was not at all what I was looking [Read more…]

Bluehost Hosting Upgrade Paths

I’ve gone around and around the hosting wheel and finally landed on a comfortable, affordable selection; Bluehost. I’ve had many client websites with Bluehost throughout the years, but I had never really been deeply involved with them. My clients would give me FTP and DB access and I was all set. However, recently there’s been a growing number of my clients that don’t want anything to do with setting up databases or ftp users or even managing email accounts. Through Bluehost, I’m able to have [Read more…]

Berean Global

 Berean Global is an organization that works to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to many parts of the world. They also work to provide some free health care to several regions in Africa. The Problem The owner of bereanglobal.org was frustrated with his former developer and ready to have a completed, live, functional site. His old site was unorganized, incomplete and static. This customer wasn’t very particular about what the site would look like as long as it looked professional, had his information, [Read more…]

Behrens Cabinetry

 Behrens Cabinetry is owned and operated by Keith Behrens. He’s a master craftsman whose attention to detail and undeniable artistry continue to win over more and more customers. Home owners and businesses who are growing tired of the same generic furniture and cabinetry options the big box stores have to offer seek out Keith for custom, eye-catching craftsmanship. Although Keith has been in wood working for many years, it was only a few years ago he decided to open his own shop and he was going [Read more…]