What a busy few years it’s been since my last blog post. Despite the radio silence here (sorry), I’ve been hard at work for a number of clients while forming and gradually building Paladin Publications, a boutique digital content agency and publisher of other content.
The largest change, however, is the culmination of a life-long dream: moving from my home state of Rhode Island, where I was born and where I’ve lived for the entirety of my 30-year life.
My destination was none other than the Mountain State, West Virginia.
For as long as I’ve been freelancing, I’ve operated as a sole proprietor, but I’ve always had long-term plans to move beyond that. In fact, it’s been a(n almost) lifelong dream to own a company — a dream I’ve finally realized.
Your website serves as your business’s digital identity on the internet. It provides a format for you to list your products and services, a little bit of information about your company and its founders, perhaps an address to your physical storefront, and a means of contact for customers who want to get in touch with you.