Brown: Being a comedian and watching my man pick up that mic and just take control of it is what it’s all about. I’m like OK, this dude knows what he’s talking about. You say where you are, how to get in contact with you and that’s very important when you’re trying to set up a website.
Graves: I thought it was an excellent presentation. Again, I think the brick-and-mortar part is important because a lot of times, even though the website is like, sort of, in the clouds, people still want to, especially novices, touch and feel who they’re talking to and meeting with. There’s a real need there and I think you’ve met that need. But does it cost more to go in to [the store to see] you? We don’t know that based on the presentation.
Jones: I agree with Butch that people do need to touch and feel and see who’s designing their website, especially for people who are not techies. And, don’t take this the wrong way, but you’ve got a little geek look to you and I like that if you’re designing my website.
Greaves: I think the fact that there is a personal part is really good and the accountability that you mentioned, which too often with designers online you never see them again. I think it’s an outstanding idea. I have a bunch of questions regarding sort of the pricing and the profitability of it. But you certainly delivered a great pitch.
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