Thank you for visiting.
It’s been more than 2 years since the launch of Bloghue! Over time, we have serviced ~300 clients and built over 1900 websites.
Like any other business, we’ve had our moments of ups and downs – but we’ve always strung on. At times, we were raking in profits, while at others I was pooling in my own money and missing out on other opportunities owing to my commitment here.
This business helped me meet a lot of amazing people. I’ve made some great friends. And met some extremely dependable people with whom I shall be panning out my future prospects.
It has also helped me learn a lot about myself, my work and the people I work with. It also helped me hire some amazing individuals that are going to be transitioned over to my new team and are going to be working with me for a very long time.
All in all, it has been a terrific ride.
*cue deeper voice*
However, like every other good thing, this too has to come to an end. I am moving on to other opportunities that have come my way and which demand my complete attention at the moment.
I thank everyone of you who has been a client and if you were even mildly inconvenienced by us in any manner, I apologise for the same.
In the coming weeks, I may transition this website into a full blown marketing blog (Oh! God NO.. not another one of those!), that is filled with details from my own marketing experiences.
I have a plethora of unfinished posts that I was writing for a few forums that I participate in, but never got around to doing it. This site should be a good home for them.
I also intend to write about WordPress – A LOT. I have been working as a custom developer for wordpress since about 7 years now and one of my existing projects has a LOT to do with it as well.
I intend to be more active on twitter now, so if you’re on there, you shall find me at @bloghue
You can get in touch with me using the contact form below. If you have a WordPress query or a generic question for me – feel free to hit me up.
I may be up for a few projects. But that is entirely dependent on my own and my team’s availability.
Thank you for reading, you’ve all been a tremendous audience.