No Treble was at a crossroads. So I reluctantly decided to ask for help. The community rallied beyond my wildest expectations.
Our team builds a lot of websites for companies and organizations. But now, I get to be the client and put our work to use on this personal site of mine. I couldn’t be more thrilled.
For over 4 decades, I’ve been a huge fan of Geddy Lee. We had the chance to interview Geddy for No Treble’s podcast, then he started following and sharing our posts on social. I’m still geeking out.
I started Coreyweb as an independent consultancy. Later, it became a full-blown web design and development agency. I met Knucklepuck’s CEO Brett Snyder in 2017, and we started working together and hit it off. In 2018, we decided Knucklepuck would acquire Coreyweb.
I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be speaking at the inaugural WordCamp DC next month (July 14-16, 2017). I’ll be sharing my talk, “Building Traffic with Passion, Social Media & Engagement”. This is one I’ve given over the years, and is mostly the story of No Treble and WordPress’s role.
We’ve been long-time fans of bassist Michael League and his band Snarky Puppy at No Treble HQ. Yesterday, I stumbled upon a Rolling Stone feature on David Crosby. We already knew Michael produced it, but I was shocked to see that No Treble was part of the story – and connection.
It’s funny how a major event can make you exhale, especially when you didn’t even realize you were holding your breath. When we announced Hubpages acquired Squidoo back in August, that’s exactly what I did. Thanks to Seth Godin, I met Mitch Joel, and the No Treble podcast was born.
Squidoo began for me the day I met Seth Godin – Father’s Day, 2005 to be exact. By the end of the summer, Seth asked me to join and said “Let’s give it three months and see how it goes.” 105 months later, Squidoo is being acquired by Hubpages.