Irony (and some information about my business)
I have to smile when I read Carl Natale’s post here, because he brings up an excellent point that deserves its own post. The irony is, I write about small business issues (in this case, being available and easy to contact) but I don’t post any contact information for my business.
By way of explanation, I will say that my small business is a side business, and I market primarily by word of mouth. I work full-time as a corporate technician and I also carry a full credit load as an adult college student. I couldn’t afford the time to increase business much. But purely by principle (and planning for the future) I really should let you know about my business.
I, Benjamin Power, am an information technology specialist based out of Dillon, Montana. I specialize in troubleshooting all things Windows XP and Office 2003, and generalize in “getting the computer to do what you want it to do.” I hold several IT certifications, including Microsoft Certified Professional in Installing, Configuring and Administrating Windows XP, along with CompTIA A+, Project+, and Network+ certifications.
I service all of Beaverhead County and would be willing to expand into Silver Bow County. My services include:
- general technical support for program installation, program removal, and new computer setup
- design and setup of home and small office networks (wired and wireless)
- spyware/malware removal and anti-virus/firewall support
- custom computer building and repairs
My focus as a consultant is on quality – quality of customer service as well as quality of technical service. I strongly believe that both are absolutely necessary in order to properly serve you.
My current rate for onsite support is $35 for the first hour, with a total minimum charge of $35 per incident. After the first hour, the charge is prorated in 15-minute increments.
For service, please contact me at 406-988-0156 or email@example.com