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Old 15th July 2011
Lives for gear
Sure, every situation is different.

If you are looking to add clients, tap different markets that you may not currently be exposed to, or just generally get the word out, a site is pretty important. If you're established, well-networked, gold records on the wall, not so much.

Now, my consulting business where my business development strategy is "answer the phone when it rings and decide which 10% of gigs are worth my while", nope, no real need. I get to pick & choose my clients *despite* the state of my crap web site -- and it sounds like that's where you are at with your operations. congrats! it's a nice place to be.

No, not snooty, and that's not the client that I prefer to work with either, but if you gotta cover your overhead and there's a steady stream of that kind of work 'round these parts, well, you do what you gotta.

And of course a degree or a web site are not necessary to do a good job, but if you ain't got nobody to do your good work for... Something about a tree falling in a forest....