You’re insanely busy, I don’t know how you multitask so efficiently. Nevertheless, you’ve decided running a blog will help you achieve your goal. Unfortunately, even though you’re busy, you’re the only person qualified or able to write the content you want to publish. Of course, blogging takes time and effort. This is new for you, so… — click to learn more.
Putting up a website is surprisingly simple once you learn how. Personally, I’m addicted to collecting domains and launching websites… of course, many are never seen by human eyes other than my own. Due to my strange obsession, I know the pitfalls of cost, lack of foresight, and absence of appropriate planning when it comes… — click to learn more.
Writing quality content for your website is damned hard work. The struggle is real. Organization is key to putting out strong, quality content on your site. Yet, organization is such a pain to deal with, page by page, article after article. Whomp, whomp. Will I ever shut up about content organization? No, probably not. Let’s… — click to learn more.
Your website has a goal. Using an effectiveness checklist on every page can help you make your website reach that goal. A website that doesn’t fulfill its goals is a waste of good internet space. You know that. I know that. Finding the problems with someone else’s site is almost too easy. It’s much harder to… — click to learn more.
You’re a beginner when it comes to running websites. But you want to wrap your brain around higher level strategies, starting now. Why wait for years to get good at this? Time is not forgiving to the ambitious among us. So you’re not new to being online – hell, we met because of the internet. But handling that darn website of… — click to learn more.
You want to create a new website for your business, or a project gone official. The website doesn’t exist yet, but you know you’re going to build one. Let’s say I offered to give you a consultation about building that website. Your reaction might be, “But I don’t even have a website to consult about yet…”… — click to learn more.
Mr. Potato Head sat alone, dismantled on the living room floor. I refused to pick him up, no matter how many timeouts I received. As it goes, my messy and stubborn disposition dates well back into childhood. All it took was a simple request for organization to turn me into a pouty mess. Enjoying our… — click to learn more.