Thank you!! Will leave those posts for sure. Thank you and hope you enjoyed any videos you may have watched.
Of course I watched them! My gf does a lot of work with photoshop so I brought her over, too!
Great stuff! I like your forum as well I made a suggestion there.
Very cool man always good to see a fellow designer getting into helping other designers out there.
I'd subscribe or whatever but I don't ever log into my YT account since I've never really uploaded any videos.
By the way, a bit off topic, but did you used to play XBL? Your "doughboy" username sounds awful familiar to someone that I was on another forum with for gaming back in the day. TGR (the game reviews I think) ring a bell?
Yep man thats me. Doughboy62293 I was on that forum with cain (c41n) and I remember you as well. LOL I don't remember you being this big web designer but I do remember you.
I love your website and your business, it's exactly what I want to do; web design/programming. I just don't know how exactly to get started. Any tips??
Ah good times.
I think Ca1n (or however he spelt it) was actually the one who referred me to Frihost... then again, I do remember Googling free web hosting for a few hours playing XBL years ago. So perhaps I referred Cain... well I can't remember for sure, Lol.
Back in 2006 or whenever it was when we were all on TGR, I wasn't that big into web design yet. I mean I was designing sites and stuff, but not for a living. I was just doing it for fun at the time. I did do some design work for TGR back in the day. After the first owner of TGR sold the website, I sort of left the forums.
But as for tips, it's a bit hard to explain how to start your own business up. I honestly rely mainly on referring clients. Once you build up a decent client base, those clients refer new potential clients, and those new ones do the same. The cycle just goes on and on.
But I will tell you this, getting the first few clients is one tough task! I mean I'm sure you will easily find clients, but finding clients that pay what design work is worth on the internet is very tough. If you live in a big city, I suggest you go local.
I'm living in a town of only 2,000 people. So local work for me is nearly impossible. I'm trying to relocate back to California or Las Vegas where there is more local design work available.
What kind of things do you like to do? Design, html, CMS's, etc.? I get overloaded with work sometimes and can probably send some your way.
not bad, keep up the good work