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  1. Danish

    The thing I relate is the first computer you buy after success
    As you always want best for you when you climb the ladder of success

  2. Connor Rickett

    You know, it’s nice to read a success story now and then. It’s always a little hard to see during the slog whether or not you’re getting somewhere. It helps to be reminded of the people who who’ve had that work pay off.

    Impressive work so far, and best of luck to you going forward Ryan!

  3. Frederic

    Hello Ryan, thanks for sharing your story, very interesting. I do have question for you: you are offering monthly service and take care of your clients websites. It’s very easy to forget that they are there so how you maintain the contact with you clients? Weekly or Monthly? How you dealing with specially if you have more than 100…

    1. Ryan Sullivan

      Hey Frederic,

      We have a team of 7 people who work pretty tirelessly to stay on top of communication with our clients. We contact most of our clients about every 2 weeks. Enough for them to know we’re still there, but not so much that we’re an annoyance 🙂

      Hope that’s helpful!

  4. Ryan Meier


    I love these posts– glad it is going well for you guys. Nothing will ever beat the feeling of building from the ground up! Keep it up.

    1. Ryan Sullivan

      HAS IT REALLY BEEN THAT LONG? Sorry for yelling that’s just… time has flown right by. Thank you for all the great years!

  5. Anne @fANNEtasticfood

    Cool post, Ryan! Love reading more about how WP Site Care came to be. I remember the old days when you were freelancing – so glad I got on that train early! Thanks for all your great work for my blog over the years!

    1. Ryan Sullivan

      You were definitely one of the very early ones. Not sure how I ended up with so many great clients early on, but thank you so much for sticking with me for all this time 🙂

  6. Gary

    Thanks Ryan. Now I understand both how and why you deliverThe good service that you do.

    1. Ryan Sullivan

      Thank you so much Courtney! You probably can remember when it was just me lol. I’m pretty sure you were one of my earliest clients. Can’t tell you enough how much I appreciate that you’ve stuck with our company even though we’ve had some hiccups along the way.

  7. Corey

    Great story Ryan! It’s great to see where you came from and the small bootstrap starts! I think a lot of people think they need huge overhead, lots of employees, money, whatever it is when really its just looking around for things they can leverage and do themselves. I think some of my most successful projects were the ones that were ‘proof of concept’ or barebones and then morphed from there.

    1. Ryan Sullivan

      Totally agree, Corey. I like the “go slow and work your ass off” approach 🙂 Really appreciate the kind words. I’d love to hear more about some of those proof of concept projects that ended up paying off big. Thanks for stopping by!

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