Cliff's Web Sites
PhotoPages Online was my first web site, built in year 2000. Then
followed Baker Street Resources and West End Online in 2001. The other sites
were all built between 2002 and now. All sites, except Three Phase Systems,
were built using Microsoft FrontPage. TPS was built using Xara Web
Designer. InMotion hosts all of my web sites.
Online - In 2000, PhotoPages
Online was the first web site that I built. There was a lot of trial and
error until I got it all figured out. PhotoPages had a totally different
look back then and has evolved to what it is today. The site has grown to
over 570 pages and 3,500 photos. It's been a great way
to share family and vacation photos with our family.
West End Online
- WEO went live in 2001 as a rally point for our
high school reunion. Over
the next few months, new feature pages were added.
week 28, we had over 20,000 hits. In 2004,
Classmates.com told me that WEO was the largest
reunion site on the web. WEO has since
doubled to 385+ pages and 1,800+ photos, so WEO likely still has this
Street Resources - In 1998, I
started my home business, Baker Street Resources, to buy and sell used data center
equipment. In early 2001, BSR was my first business web site, which began
with just a
few pages and grew to over 100 pages today. The site still produces income, however I
am now semi-retired and just work a few hours each day.
Street Medical - I built this business web site to tap into the healthcare
and biotech laboratory industries, two of the fastest growing business sectors.
Street Medical web site is designed to buy and sell nine used medical imaging product lines and
sixteen used biotech laboratory
Phase Systems - Google recently announced that web sites would
need to be 'mobile friendly' to achieve top rankings for searchers utilizing smartphones.
FrontPage does not have this capability, so
I built Three Phase Systems with Xara Web Designer to satisfy this requirement. At TPS, searchers using
smartphones will reach a mobile landing page.
Solutions - In 2000, Ryan
started his home-based business, Shockwave Solutions, to buy and sell used
IT systems to include servers, storage and network systems. This site has
grown to 130 pages offering a full line of brands and models of equipment.
Shockwave Solutions primarily buys used equipment for sale to dealers that
refurbish for resale.