The Web Guy Backstory
No one really knows when our precocious Web Guy was born, but he began his digital life as a hacker circa 1992. This was before the internet had pictures and something called ‘Usenet’ was the primary message board for the eleven people in the world who knew how to use it.
In the early 2000’s, Devi became the owner/operator of an IT security firm. The work he did there was based upon selling his hacking skills to various firms in the form of infrastructure planning, network building, and security. He sold his share of the security firm in 2008, and spent the next several years doing what we all do-- working for the Canadian government and several First Nations entities while discovering that marketing was a lot more fun than doing computer security.
Thus began The Web Guy’s strange but fruitful love affair with an enigmatic beauty nicknamed SEO. Eventually, a process that began while he was doing marketing for previous businesses, Devi concluded that the enhanced version of SEO he still does today had become an avocation.
The Web Guy Then and Now
Over the past decade or so, Devi has specialized in promoting digital growth for SaaS and Cloud Infrastructure providers. But because his methods proved so adaptable, he has learned to apply them to just about any service-based business out there.
Devi the Web Guy knows where he works best and when a potential client should probably look elsewhere. In his own words, here’s how this tends to play out:
- If you sell professional services, I can help.
- If you have a suite of products to sell, I can help.
- If you run a restaurant, a hotel, or travel agency, you’ll be better off going elsewhere.
Devi the Web Guy will begin implementing his vision for your business the moment you shake virtual hands. The specific vision depends on where your company is and where you need it to be. But Lord Devi’s visions all share one important element in common-- each and every one of them involves making you several buckets of money. And then several more.
Please contact the Web Guy today. There’s no need to wait for that first bucket any longer.