Web activities & Entrepreneurship

In 2009, after developing my own websites as a hobby for over six years, I became self-employed in order to continue the work as a serious business.

This enabled me to further develop these entertainment- and youth-based sites through a portal grouping that I called WeeBe, which was visited by more than 15,000 people per day (according to Google analytics). Apart from dealing with all things technical (servers, programming and innovation), I also handled all the sites’ administrative, business and media-related duties. During this period, I supervised several teams of volunteers, sometimes interns, who were in charge of writing and editing the content for each platform. On the other hand, the expertise I gained in this area allowed me to act as an Internet services provider on a number of occasions.

Most of my entrepreneurial activity came to an end in 2014 in order to refocus on my main occupation.


Media-Clic.com

CEC60200.com

CliquezFacile.com

PlayISB.com / NintendoTube.com

Otakult.com

Geekames.com

Nintendo-Master.com

Gamerobs.com

WeeBe.fr

Lawl.fr – Web hosting

Up-Master.com