We run ads in 2 nationally recognized employment websites and gain 80+ signups. As we thought, no shortage on support techs eager to work. We are in process of certification testing and once the process is complete and we see how well techs score, we will then launch our major recruiting effort across America.
We launch a small print campaign in the local area to see what kind of interest we get off the Ground Support program. Respond is good, but we will require more marketing to get people to understand that we are there to help with Internet related issues, not to fix their computer.
Since the SEC has not ruled on equity crowdfunding and we are still in negotiations will various angel groups, we launch an experimental crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.com
WebWizards Network Inc. C Corporation Filed in Delaware.
We begin building our new website aimed at pro partners, add new back-end for pro members, billing, and Google Maps mobile dispatching.
We find corporate office in San Fernando Valley and locate several key retail locations for our first corporately owned retail store.
Receive positive response from computer repair shops and major retail chains about reselling WebWizards services at their counters.
We reached out to 30 key entrepreneurs interested in turn-key retail licensing and receive 5 initial territory reservations.
We finalize our first 60 sec. concept commercial and other promo material that will introduce our new Ground Support services.
Due to an unusual amount of generalized Internet support calls, we begin researching new ways to help Internet users.
Wizzy, our frog wizard mascot was introduced to not only get attention, but to put a friendly face on our services.
USPTO issues WebWizards with a circle R trademark.
Opened WebWizards.pro to businesses to sell web domains, hosting, design as a dba division of our boutique ad agency.