Today is a day we normally leap to fix a glitch in our calendar system. But when it comes to your website, there are some things you definitely shouldn’t leap over. Here is a quick checklist to make sure your website is in good working order. Read more
Well, I’m not quite sure why the WordPress developers named the most current version of WordPress after the the famous jazz trumpeter, Clifford Brown. My only guess is that his tunes inspired hours of hard work to bring us updated security, 52 bug fixes and enhanced features to make your site more responsive and connected. Read more
Did you know that people who are committed to setting goals experience 80% more success than people who don’t set goals?
It’s another new year. If you’re like me, January 1 is not just another day. It’s the first day to a fresh start. The New Year is a chance to improve upon the person you’ve been and the business you’ve been conducting and think about the person you want to be and where you want to take your business. Personal health is central to business health, but for the sake of this article, I’m going to be focusing on business. Read more
I love WordPress for its ease of administration for non-technical clients. But one major downside to WordPress is how simple they seem to make it to update. Most people don’t realize that if you click that “Please update now” link in the admin site, the whole site could be wiped out. Here are a few simple precautions to take BEFORE clicking that button. Read more
Have you ever walked away from a meeting with a potential customer and just felt that…maybe it was something you said? And, as a result, that prospect’s interest in your service is lost for good. We all have. But I think I have done this enough times, that I’m nearly an expert at saying the wrong thing, in the wrong way, which makes me feel qualified to write this blog. My goal is to help you think through some common-sense things so that hopefully you can capture and keep the interest of your next prospect and turn them into a client. Read more
When it comes to branding a business, most people don’t know where to start. A “brand” is the label you stamp across your products or services. For example, Campbell’s Soup or Frosted Flakes. The image that usually comes to mind when you think of Campbell’s is a red and white can. And, Frosted Flakes… Tony the Tiger “They’re Grrrreat,” right? In order for your business to stand out from the rest, it’s important to stamp your “brand” on it. This tells clients that you are professional, experienced and they should buy from you. Read more