Posts Tagged Community Management
A big dream of mine has come true: I founded my own company, which means I’m self-employed!
The name of the company is nexTab, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that you can learn more about it over at nexTab.de. I will explain the meaning of the name in a post in the company blog soon, so I don’t want to spoil it all just now.
The company is the equivalent of a Swiss army knife for Web Services. I offer the following:
- Content Management
- Community Management
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Live Coverages
- Affiliate Marketing
That basically means I can fulfill your every wish when it comes to your / your company’s web presence. As the company was just founded and I want to draw some customers in, the prices for all those services are very cheap by comparison. If you know me a little better, you’ll be aware that I always try to beat expectations and give the projects I’m involved in my all! So the quality of the work I’ll provide is extremely high and it’s only a matter of time until I’ll eventually have to raise prices. So better ask me for my services sooner than later!
No, seriously, I want to thank all you great people that helped me along the way so far as well as everyone who will continue to support me in these last stages of setting everything up. I would be very happy if you could recommend my services to anyone in need of them – a friend of yours who is trying to set up a nice looking website for their business, someone who needs help managing their community or a marketing person who wants to try out something completely new for their company like a live coverage of a company event, etc.
One of the “evergreens” among the topics that Yu-Gi-Oh! players like to talk about are “card prices”. There’s a thread on eTCG.de that only deals with this single topic and it has god knows how many pages…
I thought it was about time to tackle the subject and dig a little deeper. In this week’s article, I’m looking at the topic from various angles and even come up with prices for two competitive decks so you know how much you need to invest in case you want to play among the pros. Go check it out: Unter den Hut geschaut: How much would you pay?
On a related note: Harti was also able to finish another eTCG.de Podcast yesterday. It features Claudio Kirchmair as our guest of the week and we’re talking about his preparation for the YCS in Bochum. You can tune in right here: eTCG.de Podcast Vol. 6.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like my homepage can keep up with the current speed of change that I’m facing in my life. Therefore, some of the sub-sites aren’t up to date and contain outdated information. I just managed to update the community management page (deleted the BattleForge entry and updated the information for eTCG.de and Warcraft-TCG.de), so let’s call that a start. I’ll soon update the Writing page as well as the rest of the homepage.