Did We Meet Our Goal For 2011?

In January, I set our 2011 goal:

Be Awesome!

It’s not easy to measure quantitatively, but you can have a gut feel for how you did. We always tried to exceed expectations, go the extra mile, and do the little things that so many hosts just blow off.

Do I think we accomplished our goal? Yes, but I’m biased – I’m on the inside looking out.
One of our clients sent us this certificate (along with a box of goodies). I may forget the goodies, but the certificate will stick with me for a long time. And I think it validates us reaching our goal:

 

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As George Costanza from Seinfeld said after hitting the high note:

Alright that’s it for me. Good night everybody.

See you in 2012!

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6 Comments

  1. Anytime we have asked for help, explanation or guidance, the kind folks of Lexiconn.com have been there to respond with exactly what was needed. That’s why we’ve stayed with Lexiconn.com for so many years. It’s the people, not the machines, that make a relationship. Lexiconn.com has built a relationship with us that is prized indeed.

  2. Bill Shayler says:

    I’d say you did a great job in 2011. I cannot say enough about the great service we receive from Lexiconn. After suffering for years with less than mediocre hosts we were referred to Lexiconn. Probably the best referral we ever received. Thank you for making our business better.

  3. Bob says:

    I can only confirm enthusiastically what the others have said.
    Top support by great people. Thank you for being such a great host.

  4. Will Henao says:

    I’m not just saying this because you’re paying me to but I think you guys are great! lol

    No in all seriousness, I’ve dealt with countless hosting companies and you guys by far are the best at customer service. Your replies are timely, knowledgeable and professional and to know that I don’t have to worry about this aspect of my business, well it’s one less thing!

    Keep it up…

    Thanks.

    –Will

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