A.K.A. Tech ManMaking online business easy!
My job is to save you – the business owner – from today’s technology. I show you how to easily implement tech so that you can keep the business moving forward, attract new customers, increase your sales, and engage with your audience in a whole new way. In the process, I help you save money and give you your time back!
Hello, I’m Ed. I’ve Been Working With Business Owners For Over 12 Years!
I have a unique set of skills ranging from being a “techie” to sales, digital marketing, customer service, and general business advising.
I’m passionate about what I do and my goal is to help as many small business owners as possible – showing them how to easily incorporate technology into their business so they can keep moving forward. I break everything down so that it’s easy for anyone to understand – there are no “dumb questions.”
My promise to you is to always have your best interest at heart, to provide you with the best options, and to keep the communication lines open. Together we can accomplish anything!
Since I was a kid I was a talker – sharing all my crazy business ideas with whoever would listen to me. My mom would say (and she still does to this day), “All you want to do is talk, talk, talk. You’re always talking non-stop about all these big ideas you have – you never stop, but I love you!”
At the age of 5, I started working with my dad who was a handyman but I knew right away that was not a career option for me – carrying buckets full of broken tile didn’t bring me joy. People always joke that I was born an entrepreneur because I live and breathe it every day!
Growing up, my first job was selling sodas to the neighborhood kids – I saw a need and I provided a solution. At the age of 16, I started working part-time in the “traditional office” setting filing purchase orders – that didn’t last long as I was bored out of my mind. It was a paycheck though and I was happy to have a job – I know how hard everyone in my family worked just to put food on the table which is why I’ve always been happy with having a job.
Back in college, I built my first business MIX IT UP Magazine – I did this while going to school full-time and working several part-time jobs. It was one of the best experiences of my life as it taught me so much about business and it opened many doors for me.
“He’s the go-to guy for all the latest and greatest info!”Janet Sprissler
“Fast responses, listens to the client and truly exceeds all expectations!”Kim Svoboda
“Ed is HONEST. Ed knows what he’s doing. Ed makes the process EASY for his clients.”Lindsay Weldon
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