#114 Interview with Nathan Riley professional webmaster and owner of DeveloperBase

Written on:July 5, 2012
Last modified on: July 21, 2012 @ 6:19 PM
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Interview with Nathan Riley

A interview with 28 year old Nathan Riley owner of DeveloperBase and several other sites. He is a professional webmaster who makes a living online from his sites. Check out the interview below and enjoy reading it.

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1. Max Pen: Could you tell us a bit more about yourself so the readers know who you are?
Nathan Riley: I’m a 28 year old male from Kansas City, MO. I’ve ran/created sites since 2004.

2. Max Pen: How did you become a hobby webmaster and what made you switch from a hobby webmaster to a professional webmaster?
Nathan Riley: I moved to Utah for an internship back when I was 20, decided to start a forum to keep in touch with people back in Kansas City. After learning the basics I saw potential to earn money from sites. I wanted to someday create enough income off a network of sites to no longer have to go to work.

3. Max Pen: What project online have you learned the most new things from?
Nathan Riley: I would say currently I’m working on a Project Management System. It’s a huge learning curve as I’m used to having the software from a company then just having to install it, but this is from scratch. I already knew SQL and basic web code, but now I’m learning PHP, Javascript, CSS, HTML 5.

4. Max Pen: To what project do you dedicate the most time to and why?
Nathan Riley: So far I would say DeveloperBase is what I have been dedicating most of my time to. I have other sites that are humor, and more specific niche’s, but DeveloperBase has the most potential, just needs more great content which will come with time.

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