New site in the list

April 11, 2007 at 2:46 am Leave a comment

We´ve finally launched a proyect we had in our head for some time now: MexHardware. MexHardware is a hardware site for mexican users, where they can know each other and we can throw in some content with the help of some really nice mexican people we´ve known in the internet. One of the owners is mexican, which will give it some national NDA, the other two owners are my partner from ChileHardware and me. We didn´t have a great welcome in Mexico, because we are chileans, but things are more calm know (that was why I was so busy and didn´t have time to post).

On the other side, we have two new potential direct advertising sales for ChileHardware, both of them are current clients who will stay with us. This should be a good money injection to complete some things we should have done but didn´t because of the lack of cash. One of them is hiring a professional designer to give a facelift to our websites, at least the CMS is already working and working on the design shouldn´t be much of a job but is definitely a need. The second part are a lot of small expenses we should made in the past too, but adding them up, they turn out to be quite expensive.

Once the new designs are done, it´s over with new websites for now, we want to consolidate the traffic ChileHardware has, and start building up traffic for TecnoSquad and MexHardware. We started an advertising campaign which I hope works out. This will be a tough job, but I love it, it´s like the first day of school once again.

That is all for know, my fingers hurt, first time they do, but I´ve being writing quite a lot, too many e-mails and articles. After a bad luck rush I think things will start to build up 😀


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