About dmkthinks: How did it start?

Back in 2009, when I started dmkthinks, I had no idea what I was doing. I was still in college. I knew I wanted to share something with the world…I just wasn’t sure what.

A picture of me in college
I also had a terrible haircut, was pale as a ghost, and liked to drink a lot of jungle juice in college…

So, I started writing about whatever came to mind. Electronics you should own. How to improve your company’s Twitter presence. Even how I managed to put on 30 lbs of weight (intentionally) to go from skinny to…well, less skinny.

And then it started picking up!

2,500+ pageviews per month and 110+ email subscribers later, I’m still here.

At a high-level, this site is all about technology strategy for your small business. Whether that’s Twitter, UX and web design, marketing, customer psychology — or even how to be healthier so you can be more productive — I cover the entire strategy ecosystem.

About David

My writing, research, and ideas have been featured in…

  • Get Busy Media, a Technorati top-100 small business blog (I recently had the second most popular post on the site)
  •  Neil Strauss’ website, best-selling author of The Game and Rolling Stone contributor
  • I Will Teach You to be Rich, a financial entrepreneurship blog with 750,000 readers a month run by Silicon Valley startup co-founder Ramit Sethi
  • LosingYourParents.org podcast and website, which was voted a GoodTherapy.org top 10 “Grief & Loss” blog worldwide
  • Grief Healing Blog (website, Twitter account, and Pinterest). Run by Marty, a certified grief counselor. Grief Healing Blog is voted one of the Healthline “Best Health Blogs”, and a Top 30 Counseling Blog