Over four months have passed since I’ve updated this blog. That is unacceptable – especially for someone who’s claiming to be knowledgeable about SEO.
Back in June, I boldly claimed that I would have a page one ranking in Google for web design in San Luis Obispo County. Did I succeed? Of course not. If you’re looking for web designers in my hometown of Arroyo Grande, then you’re sure to find me. However, I fell far short of my goal to stand out amongst developers in SLO County.
So what happened? Well, shortly after launching this site, my phone started ringing. Although my web design site has stood here stale and outdated, behind the scenes I’ve actually been quite busy. I have a tendency to get tunnel vision sometimes, which causes me to focus solely on one project until it reaches completion. Starting today, I’m going to strive to become better at multitasking and managing multiple projects – mainly my own personal websites, such as this one.
Apart from juggling other projects and obligations, the other reason I left the site alone was because I actually feared additional business at the time. When it rains, it pours. I was concerned that I’d start getting too much search engine traffic and not be able to meet the demands of new clients. Sounds like a good problem to have, but one I wasn’t prepared to deal with at the time.
That said, I’m glad to be back, looking forward to updating you on recent projects and other news, and welcoming any and all new clients.
You got some work for me? Bring it on!
iArtisan is very much alive and well.