Archive for August, 2009

Chris Bouch – Redondo Beach Family Man, Coach, Teacher, Business Man

Monday, August 31st, 2009

Coach Chris Bouch is an asset to the community of Redondo Beach. He is first, a family man with a beautiful family, but also a Coach and Teacher professionally at Redondo Union High School, and a Coach and Business man to many people in his community personally and professionally.

Chris Bouch helps his Community with everything that he does

Chris Bouch helps his Community with everything that he does

WSmad is really careful about who we choose to work with because we establish relationships in a way that will last for many years.  Coach Chris Bouch is a person we’re very proud to be working with as he explores the opportunities life has given him.  As an avid sportsman and leader, Chris Bouch has been helping the youth of his Community for years through his position at RUHS, and now he’s taking that responsibility to a different level by helping people connect with their bodies on a whole new level nutritionally, as well as with a solid exercise regimen.

Talk to Chris Bouch about making your life healthier and wealthier today!

Rockwell Medical Supply, Inc.’s Web Site is Undergoing Massive Improvements

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Rockwell Medical Supply, Inc., of Carson, CA, is making life better for Doctors’ offices all over the country. We’re revamping their Web Site in a serious way so that it can help them serve their customers in a much more functional manner.

Rockwell Medical Supply, Inc.

Rockwell Medical Supply, Inc.

This is an exciting project for WSmad – just the kind of thing we like to do. Another company left the project unfinished and we are able to come in and help a good company get back on the road to success and ROI using the Internet. That’s our specialty!

It’s especially cool because Rockwell is a family-owned, customer service-based business, so it’s a perfect fit for us. We’re excited to help them out – can’t wait for it to be finished! Design is already under way…

Gettinet Dunn is WSmad’s Tweeter on twitter but he ain’t NO twit!

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

The WSmad core team is now on Twitter! Yes, yes, yes, some people love it, some people hate it, but we use it as a resource to pass cool articles and ideas to each other – we’ve all found it’s a fantastic resource for news!

Gettinet Dunn is WSmad's twitterfeed

Gettinet Dunn is WSmad on twitter

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Martin Esquenazi, Relationship Architect for the Central South Bay, CA: W3Bconsultor


Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Web Site Maintenance & Design, LLC has operated since its genesis in 1999 with the underlying philosophy of growth for our community and for our nation, the United States of America. - MADE IN USA


As such, whenever possible the work done on WSmad Sites is local to the project’s home.  That is, if we’re working for a company in Los Angeles, CA, great pains are taken to insure the project is completed by designers and developers from the Los Angeles area.  We do not generally hire non-American companies to do work, although at times conditions arise that require it.

Non-Americans are capable, competent and can be cost-efficient.  We have a great appreciation for the work ethic of other citizens of the World and we work with them successfully when it is appropriate.

If we export our money to other countries, there will less money for our local economy. And that’s a problem for America.  Companies that are simply profit-driven are hurting our economy and putting Americans out of jobs – they’re making big bonuses at the expense of local workers.  We recognize that as an unsustainable business model – one that we’ve avoided since 1999.

All of the sites we host are hosted from servers of American-based companies in the United States, and whenever possible, use green energy.

We enjoy the idea of a WSmad technical artisan working on a client’s site, getting paid, and taking that money to use the service offered by WSmad’s client.  If that technical artisan lives overseas, there is no opportunity for commerce with the community local to the project.  If on the other hand he or she lives local to the project, our he or she is able to in-part support the economy local to the project.

In short, we like the idea of getting paid to use what we work on.

So if you see, “MADE IN USA” in the footer of a built or maintained site, know that the site was either created or is maintained in the United States by hard-working Americans.