GPWA Times Magazine - Issue 48 - December 2020

some books, got some work done in our flat, painting the balcony and railings, and so on, keeping the missus happy. I was especially happy to see that my company had no problems whatsoever during the pan- demic, we even did better than usual. Most of our full-time employees and obviously all the freelancers already worked fromhome, so there were no problems there. We had plenty of orders from our clients and one of our casino sites performed impressively during the pandemic, and we, in turn, decided to sell it a couple of months ago. Please tell us more about the sale and the new casino website you are building? I decided to sell the site as I had an idea for a new, larger project and wanted to invest the money from the sale into it. For a few months now, we have been working on, and we expect to launch by the end of November. The website is meant to serve as the most comprehensive directory of payment methods used for casino deposits and withdrawals on the internet. Each banking optionwill feature an in-depth review with the best casinos that support it, and other useful information that players might need when choosing the suit- able payment method for their casino gaming. A lot of thought has gone into our new project and we have high hopes from this one. What do you do to stay in shape – both physically and mentally? I have played football and futsal at an amateur and semi-professional level for some 30 years. Nowadays, we have a pretty intensive five-a-side game every Monday that at times features former internationals and I also work out at home several times per week with Home Workouts app. With my daily tasks occupying my mind vir- tually every waking hour, I enjoy whenever I can spend some off time with friends and family, especially my niece and nephew. Spending a weekend with the missus on the mountain or an afternoon with my friends playing poker or PlayStation usually helps take my mind completely off work. If you could invite any five people, living or dead, to dinner, who would they be? Marcelo Bielsa, Jose Mujica, Ricky Gervais, Emma Thompson and Mic ko Ljubicic (local humorist). Name three things that people reading this magazine don’t know about you. 1. I once drove around 1,100 kilometres, making just two 10-minute breaks in the process. 2. I was pretty independent from a young age. I was left home alone when I was 7, went to away games and away train- ing camps alone when I was maybe 8 or 9. Knowing that I won’t give up, my mother started coming with me to the away games and she was often the only female on the bus. 3. I get my best ideas when I wake up in the middle of the night and struggle to fall asleep. I often fear I might forget them when I get up in the morning, but, thankfully, that never happens. Kragujevac photo by DMZ001/Shutterstock ; Steak and potatoes photo by a/Shutterstock; about A little bit more NemanjaL. He is 36 years old His favorite food is Steak and potatoes His sites are His favorite book is The Silicon Valley Challenge: A Wake- Up Call for Europe by Christoph Keese He is living in his hometown of Kragujevac, Serbia As for the content itself , my advice would be to think long and hard about what the potential site visitors are searching for . You obviously need to have in mind latest SEO guidelines , but don’t obsess over keyword density , don’t cram the keywords into your content. 51 G P W A t i m e s . o r g Juan Roman