Ez DIY Electricity Gets Noticed and Interviewed by The Handy Guys
April 29, 2010
I’m sure a lot of you have noticed that I have made lots of changes to this site lately. I’ve gone through and deleted some old posts with broken links. Worked a little on some design changes and added a few new pages. I’m also starting to experiment and play around with video. I hope to launch my first video soon. However, there is still a lot of work to do.
I’m making all of these changes in an attempt to make this site look more professional and get noticed by some of the “big guys”. Well, it looks like it worked because Brian and Paul from The Handy Guys Podcast invited me to come on their show. If you haven’t heard of them, you should visit their site. They do kind of an online radio show once a week. You can listen to their show online or your favorite MP3 player. It’s a good show. I usually hit their site on the weekend and listen to their most recent podcast in the background while I’m doing something online.
On the podcast we talk about Ez DIY Electricity and the services I offer as well as answer a few electrical questions. Click on the following link to listen to the podcast: The Handyguys and the Master Electrician.
On a side note, I’ve also started writing for one of the “big guys” Charles and Hudson. Timothy Dahl describes his site as “Charles & Hudson is an independent resource for do-it-yourself enthusiasts seeking the latest in home improvement tips and techniques as well as the finest tools and hottest news in the home building industry.”
Do you need assistance with your electrical wiring project? Please visit my DIY Electrical Wiring Help from a Master Electrician page. Where I provide electrical wiring tips, expert electrical advice, answers to your electrical questions and electrical consulting & design services over the phone, via instant messenger or via email.
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