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I posted this in my Website Workshop group, but I wanted to share it with everyone here too. I spent a LOT of time over the last few months working on a project that I'm really excited about, and…Continue
Things have been quiet for me for a while now, but for good reason. I’ve been focused on getting a bunch of stuff done; you know, the old “cobbler’s children” issue.However, I’ve also been focusing…Continue
I was feeling a bit nostalgic this morning and decided to look back to when I first joined this community - September 2009. Wow! Didn't realize it's been that long! I'm grateful for all that I've…Continue
Greetings all! I've been working on newsletter projects lately in a couple different capacities and I wanted to get a conversation going about what's working and what's not.So I wanted to throw out…Continue
In my previous post on essential elements for websites I talked about some essential pages and tools your website needs. You want your site to draw traffic, engage your visitors, and turn those visitors in to customers, clients, and raving fans. It doesn't happen automatically as soon as you hit publish - it takes thought, planning, and some extra hard work but it's worth it.
It’s a frequent issue that comes up whenever I’m talking with someone about their website. There is so much to think about when getting your website going that it’s hard to keep up. It’s easy - really easy - to get swamped in the weeds of the fine-grain details and overlook elements that are essential to your site being successful. So if you’re not sure what’s missing from your site take note of the essentials below and make sure you’ve got them implemented. It’s your virtual reputation.…Continue