A Dealer Geek Makeover: Time to Get Noticed!

Hey everyone, I just wanted to post a quick note about some exciting news about what’s going on here at TheDealerGeek.com.

I’ve decided it’s time to give my website a full makeover so your experience while visiting my site will be much more enjoyable

Starting with the completion of this post, the makeover will begin!

For those of you who are geeky about WordPress, I’m switching from the Thesis framework to the Get Noticed! Theme.

DealerGeek-Get-Noticed-Makeover

If you’re not familiar with Get Noticed! it’s the theme that was originally developed by Michael Hyatt for use on his own website.

You may have also seen the theme in action over at DealerRefresh or on MarketPunch.com.

I’m really excited to have GetNoticed! installed on TheDealerGeek.com because of the benefits it will offer to you on the front end and what it will do for me on the back end of things.

The end result will be that my website will have a simple, elegant and professional design that will allow me to truly showcase my content to you.

So before I roll my sleeves up and start the makeover, could I ask you for a quick favor?

As the switch is being made, a bug or two may pop up along the way. If you notice anything that looks a little wonky, would you mind sending me an email or tweet so I can address the issue? I’d certainly appreciate it.

Ok, well enough talking, it’s time to get to work.

I’m looking forward to introducing you to the all-new TheDealerGeek.com soon!

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

  • The site looks great Ryan! How was the Get Noticed theme to work with?

    • Hey Mike – Thanks for stopping by. I actually outsourced the transfer to Get Noticed. It’s pretty slick on the back end.

      4/5 so far!

  • Sachin Raja

    Love the new site 🙂 How did you decide on Disqus for commenting? Thinking of implementing it on the Auto news site