Harold first entered the computer field in 1977. He has over 20 years experience in computer and business consulting, multimedia, technical writing, teaching, editing, typesetting, and publishing books.
In 1980 he founded Harvard Business Systems Inc. of Las Vegas, Nevada. The company sold computer systems, printers and software to lawyers and captured a 50% market share in two years.
Later he went back to school and received his California Teaching Credential in Computer Occupations from the University of California at Long Beach.
He taught at the Santa Ana School District and Chapman College from 1984 – 1993.
In 1990 Harold worked as a contract consultant to develop a multi-media software program for the Orange County Department of Education on the State of California “Anti-Drug Gang Violence” campaign. He also has conducted computer-training class for hundreds of Coca-Cola and McDonald
Douglas, (now Boeing) employees.
In 1994 Harold and his family moved to Springville, Utah where he now lives and went to work for The College of Fine Arts and Communications at Brigham Young
University as a computer support specialist and systems administrator. He created the first web site for the College of Fine Arts.
In 1996 Harold left BYU to start his own Internet Company. Within two years he created and was managing and maintaining over 65 web sites.Some of his first web sites were for the Daily Herald newspaper, (one of the first online newspapers), American Home Business Association, Moxtek, 1-800-Contacts, and Learn2.com (Yahoo most informative site of (1997).
In 1998 he contracted with Utah Valley State College to do its first online Internet courses. He designed and created the Electronic Campus and the courses Introduction to Algebra, Foundations in Algebra, and Biology.
He served as a web site consultant for Utah Governor Michael O. Leavitt’ssuccessful re-election campaign (michaelleavitt2000.com) and his Muhammad Ali Sports web site was featured in a Microsoft’s commercial “Heroes on the Internet.”
He has been interviewed in newspapers, and on the radio and on television.Harold is the author of hundreds of articles and numerous books
including, “Utah Job Guide,” “Starting Your Own Business,” “How to earn income on the Internet,” and “Earning a Living with Online Auctions.”
Harold is currently an Internet Marketing and Business Consultant helping small and home-based businesses to effectively market their good or services.
He has helped numerous Internet-only and brick-and-mortar businesses to succeed in their offices and online, as well as helping larger businesses to effectively use the web to reduce costs and save both time and money.
Harold can be contacted at:
Malad City, ID