In the Office
Richard is the Owner and President at TheeDigital. He is a talented web designer and experienced internet marketer who specializes in search engine friendly CMS website development. He creates visually appealing web pages for our clients and makes sure their sites are listed on the first page on the major search engines when potential buyers look for their products and/or services. He guarantees quality work and complete customer satisfaction.
How Richard Got to the Office
Richard created his first website in 1999 and wrote his thesis about doing business on the internet in 2001. He earned two college degrees and attended several business management related courses and seminars. He is continuously improving his management skills. He established TheeDigital in 2004 and takes great pride that his agency does all of their work in-house.
Out of the Office
Richard likes all kind of outdoor activities such as mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, camping, paddling or just simply laying in the sun at the beaches of North Carolina. He often goes to the gym to work out, to the pool to swim and to the local lakes to kayak. He loves to travel and is very interested in different cultures, languages and people. He has been all over the country but his favorite destination is Hawaii. He has visited several countries in Europe as well and loves Greece, Croatia and Hungary. Richard is also into photography and takes plenty of pictures on his trips.
Marketing without design is lifeless, and design without marketing is mute.
PPC is like renting a house, while SEO is like buying a home.
Don’t fear SEO! Google won’t penalize your website if you do it right (and we do).
I don’t wait for miracles, I make them happen.
We create more than good looking websites. We create online marketing properties that generate leads and sales.
Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.
Google hasn’t changed its core values, their search algorythm is just getting smarter to identify cheaters.
Life is too short for bad websites!
Design should be simple, that’s why it’s so complicated.
Every $1 of UX improvements returns about $100 on your investment.
More than 95% of websites fail at UX, but testing with just 5 users can find most of the problems of your site in an hour.