Tim Linden

I'm the CTO of TimTech, I love coding with PHP and MySQL.
I'm addicted to tracking clicks and email marketing.

Back to Basics

We’ve been focused so much lately on creating Sitizens that we kinda got side tracked with the basics of our business. So this week we’ve been getting back to basics! It’s actually getting me excited because I really love doing this stuff.

Bug fixes, updating pricing, creating new login offers is actually pretty fun. I think finally getting Sitizens launched makes it enjoyable again.

You have to understand we’ve been thinking about Sitizens for well over a year. In fact it was that idea which is why we merged companies to begin with. We were so excited about it.

So for all that time where Sitizens wasn’t yet live it was frustrating and depressing. Having such a great idea but not being able to get it done made this stuff less fun.

I feel like now it’s the back to the more fun marketing and having fun improving our services phase. Sitizens still has a ton more to be done on it, but people are loving it and spreading the word already so it no longer feels like we’ll never do it. Because we did!

So expect TimTech to be running full throttle again. Jon and Justin have been working on overdrive, and I haven’t seen them this excited in a while so it’s great to see everyone getting amped up again. I’m even writing blog posts..  What!?

4 comments for “Back to Basics

  1. August 30, 2012 at 10:09 am

    Hitting a phase completion milestone is a really great feeling! Congratulations!

  2. August 30, 2012 at 10:20 am

    I know what mean when you say it is frustrating when you get a good idea and you haven’t been able to make it live yet. But when you do, it is so much fun and the feeling is great!

  3. August 30, 2012 at 9:08 pm

    Yes, there certainly does seem to be a lot of new energy in the air right now.

  4. Shelayne
    August 30, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    I appreciate all the new and innovative things Tim Tech comes up with. As the Bible says, To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to plant and a time to reap. Sometimes we have to plod along with the painstaking daily tasks and other times we get to sprint into new horizons. Keep up the good work. Shelayne

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