Website Design in Bloomsburg was about the furthest thing from my mind last time I was heading to Bloomsburg. Of course the year was 1987. There wasn’t an internet yet and the words Website Design in Bloomsburg would have been meaningless.
It was a leap of faith that led me to Bloomsburg and a newly met acquaintence who helped me stay by loaning a couch for 2 weeks. Price was a handshake and $5 per week.
Knowing how hard it is to find someone crazy enough to drive a taxi, I walked straight into town applied and at the little taxi company you had. That wonderful owner sent me back to recut my hair twice and then a third time to shave my sideburns, so I wouldn’t scare the customers. It was a sure fire job my 3rd day in town. It was worth jumping through a few hoops. She hired me and many funny stories ensued thereafter.
What’s all this got to do with Website Design in Bloomsburg?
Well, I want to come back and bring this little business with me.
This page here is designed with all the finest SEO techniques I know to help it pop up in the Bloomsburg area when someone looks for Website Design.
One thing that helps is for there to be at least 300 words on the page.
My next job was in construction, sheetrock, remodeling projects and lots of suspended ceilings. I felt kinda bad for the taxi company ’cause this construction guy would not allow me time to give notice. He insisted I accept the job then or not get it. For double the pay my 2nd month in town, I had to jump.
My first day was fun. 7 am sharp, I’m picking up the van that allegedly belongs to my new boss, only met on telephone, heading for Wilkes Barre only to be pulled over by cops barely 1/2 mile out of town. Tail lights n blinkers were shot, no owner’s card, no insurance card … I think the cop felt sorry for me. I told him the whole story, gave him the name of my new boss and he told me to turn on the flashers and be careful.
Website Design is my bread and butter now. I am bringing my Website Design business to Bloomsburg first via blog posts and Facebook ads.
When the time is right, I’ll rent a U-Haul and make the trip one last time.
In ’87, I hitch-hiked there from Austin, TX to meet a new son. This time, I plan a less stressful journey and am looking forward to meeting a grand-daughter.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.