My Expertise & Experience
WordPress Consultation & AdministrationGet the most out of your WordPress installation and turn your website into a sale-generating, lead-creating powerhouse. Obtain peace-of-mind with backup and disaster recovery plans that maintain your website's equity.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)Build your web presence with fundamental and advanced SEO techniques while maintaining humanism. Grow your brand organically. Forget "tricks". Embrace value. SEO is for people, not robots.
Capture and access a treasure trove of information leveraging Google Analytics to make data-driven decisions that help you understand your customers and demographics.
My Process & Values
EssentialismDefine the most basic aspects of a task and characteristics, then prioritize the functions necessary to accomplish it. An ancient concept updated for modernity.
MinimalismToday it's a trend, but simplicity is an age-old ideal that helps keep physical, virtual, and mental clutter from clouding your goals. Websites and internet marketing should be simpler.
IncrementalismBuild something big, a little a time. Start small. Gradually improve. Keep your sanity.
Bunk SEOA YouTube channel with a skeptic approach that uncovers unethical SEO SPAM to better inform small businesses, budding SEOs, and consumers. Learn from examples of bad SEO strategies and tactics.
DigitalOcean Remote SnapshotsAutomate your DigitalOcean snapshots remotely using the DOCTL on your Linux server or desktop. Bring more flexibility to your DigitalOcean droplets and increase your peace of mind.
Read my blog posts about search engine optimization, WordPress, Google Analytics, website administration, technology, lifestyle, and various other topics.
- Learning Graylog for Fun and Profit September 30, 2020 - Since I've been increasing my knowledge running my own VPS and VM servers on my FreeNAS/TrueNAS machine, I've learned the importance of logs. Whether it's a website, application, or operating system, most likely, they are producing various forms of logs. These logs hold the clues to generic operations and errors that can help you understand… ... Continue Reading
- Using Raspberry Pi For PiHole Ad Blocking and Network UPS Tool Monitoring September 5, 2020 - When I first built my FreeNAS machine, I bought an UPS device to give it backup power in case of a power outage. But my primary computer also had a UPS device. Recently, in order to minimize the amount of equipment that I have, I decided I only wanted to have one UPS. After searching… ... Continue Reading
- How FreeNAS and WP-CLI Grew My Interest in Linux and Automation April 6, 2020 - Last year, I built a FreeNAS server. Initially, it was only meant as a means to store my computer backups and house my music and videos. However, to do it right, meant I needed to perform commands in the shell, mostly to test the hard drives before I began to store files on them. I… ... Continue Reading