Amazing Content.
Brilliant Design.
Commanding Influence.

These three concepts are at the core of Site Sketch 101. They are the foundational pillars necessary to build a powerful and profitable blog.

I’m Nicholas Z. Cardot. I’m a husband, a father, a soldier in the United States Army, and an avid blogger and website developer. I love connecting with real people and helping others to develop their online skills.

For nearly a decade now, I have been scouring the internet searching for resources and practices that can be used to produce amazing websites and blogs.

I have searched for textures, graphics, icons, tutorials, themes, content management systems, and more. I’ve studied the psychology of design, colors, typography, and word selection.

After years of research, I now have hundreds of resources and best practices at my disposal which I fully intend on sharing with you here at Site Sketch 101.

Getting Started Can Be Hard…Let me Help

I remember what a depressing feeling it was when I was getting started. I was having so much difficulty finding tools that I could use to create websites that actually looked appealing to potential visitors.

I know first hand how difficult it can be to set up a site or to begin making connection on social media when you are just starting out in this line of work.

It’s those memories of working so hard that are my inspiration to create this website. I want to take my years of experience and pour them out so every one of you who has a desire to create amazing, appealing websites or blogs for your church, charity, business or self can get it done.

This site is all about taking you from the beginning stages of building your online presence and launching you into a realm of professionalism that will make you stand out on the internet.

So friends, welcome aboard Site Sketch 101. Your education is about to begin!

Nicholas Cardot

About Nicholas Cardot

It's my personal quest to enable every person that I can to unlock that dormant potential concerning their online influence. Also, I'm a geek.


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