RotterVision

Dave Rotter is RotterVision ; Web Designer, Content Producer and WordPress aficionado. He puts words and pictures on pages. He also writes compelling, destination, informative, purposeful copy. He’s a photographer, videographer and musician too. He can help you define and grow your audience. Let him tell your story, and sell your products and/or services.

RotterVision specializes in Web Design, Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, and E-Commerce.

RotterVision also does: Audio, Blogging, Content Creation, CSS, Design, HTML, Ideation, JavaScript,  Photography, PowerPoint, Print, Search Engine Optimization SEO, Story Boarding, Videography, Web Design /Development, WooCommerce and WordPress.

Dave Rotter is a visual story teller. He’s been putting words and pictures on pages for decades, for four decades. He started programming in BASIC computer language and word processing in the 70s. He was Desktop Publishing from it’s inception. Having worked at Ad Agencies, Publications, Publishers, B2B, B2C, In-house, and as a Freelancer, he’s been building websites and doing Search Engine Optimization since the 90s.

He’s an active member of the vibrant WordPress Community attending and volunteering at MeetUps and WordCamps in Ann Arbor and Detroit. He also volunteers at Yad Ezra Food Bank in Berkley, Arts and Scraps Art Center in Detroit, and the Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program in Detroit. He listens to internet radio from around the world while he works. When he’s not on the computer, he plays a fretless bass with his friends in a garage band, for fun. He still skateboards.

 

Note: All of the content here at RotterVision.com, especially the blog,  is original property and opinion of Dave Rotter, RotterVision. He promises to do his best to simply convey the truth as he sees it. He’ll continue to  leverage his vast experience as a Graphics Producer, Marketer and Content Creator to help you navigate media.

Voodoo Child (Slight Return) written by Jimi Hendrix, instrumental version covered by Rollo-Salt-Graham, recorded by Rich Cherwalk