Dan Sullivan

Dan Sullivan

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Dan Sullivan was banned from the internet the first time he used it via telnet from Indiana State University. He has learned a lot since then and now reads through all of those usage agreements so that he won’t be banned again. After teaching software for a few years, Dan went on to be a programmer and help desk operator at a large local bank. From there he jumped over to technology and ministry as the Technical Director at Crossroads Christian Church where he made a full-color, weekly bulletin/zine, ministry website, and directed the 3 camera live IMAG.
He then went and designed websites in Persia (because telecommuting wasn’t exciting enough). He came back to do marketing for an Internet Service Provider and pastor homeless men at the Evansville Rescue Mission. Dan now fulfills his lifelong dreams of being a butler by taking constant care of WordPress hosting clients and making websites. He also works on SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and has more plants on his desk than anyone else in the company. In his spare time, he enjoys the hobbies of his five kids, eats everything his wife bakes, and has long talks with his neighbors.

Recent Articles by Dan

What Matters in a WordPress Hosting Comparison?

When shopping for a company to host your WordPress website, you might be tempted to just pick the cheapest hosting provider and get started. Many WordPress hosting providers promote the cheap, less-important things like unlimited space and unlimited email boxes to get your attention, while their support, security, and stability are hidden in the fine print.

Does a Website have to Look Good to be Successful?

Picking a good website design is only getting harder due to “easy-to-make websites” or “no coding needed” templates.The short answer is yes, a website has to look good to be successful. The real question lies in the definition of what is good-looking.

How to Write a Blog Post for Your Potential Customers

I have a topic, but how do I write a blog post about it? If you’ve established a list of topics based on the four kinds of blog posts listed in my last article, you’re ready to begin. But wait. Now you’re saying, “I have a topic, but how do I write a blog post about it?” Writing comes easily to some

Four Kinds of Posts You Need on Your Business Website

Knowing what kind of blog posts to write on your business website doesn’t have to be a difficult process. This formula can help you know what to write next.

WordPress Experts, Nerds, and Newbs at WordCamp St. Louis

Our web design team took a road trip to a gathering of WordPress experts, advocates, fans, and professionals called WordCamp St. Louis. On any given week, we at Lieberman Technologies run the gamut from a kid with a new toy that he hasn’t figured out yet to diabolical web design genius, so WordCamp was a good thing for us.

How to Win at Any Startup Weekend

Startup Weekend Evansville is part of a global network of events where people come and pitch a business idea on Friday night, work and sweat and learn all weekend, and Sunday night pitch the business plan. There is a panel of judges made up of local business and community leaders that pick the top three pitches. The winners get a variety of

Google Easter Eggs: Distractions and Benefits

Mention Google Easter Eggs around anybody that has used the Internet for a few years and you’ll probably get a quick response. Remember when they put Pac-Man on Google Maps? or My favorite is Atari Breakout! Yes, Google has been distracting us for years here at Lieberman, and that distraction has served to distract you today. Whether you are working a half

How Lieberman Technologies Gives Employee Incentives with Philbucks

If you have followed @tweetLTnow on Twitter or any of our employees on social media, you may have seen some of the recent fruit of our employee incentive program. A few years ago, Lieberman Technologies began an incentive program that allows our employees to earn Philbucks ($PB) for doing various things in the office. Here are a few examples: Bring in food to

What a Non-Profit Should Buy With its IT Budget

When it comes to technology and non-profits, I started out like Hamegg on Astro Boy — in a closet full of old donated computers, tearing things apart to see if I could find enough pieces to build the receptionist a full computer. A lot of non-profit organizations are in that state, working with whatever is given to them and probably spending way

What Is Nextdoor.com?

Not too long ago, if you wanted your neighbors to know something, you had to pick up the phone or knock on their door. Talking over the fence or shouting from your front porch was as high-tech as it got. If you miss those days and wonder where the practice of being neighborly has gone, you might be surprised to learn that

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