Even if you have just a seed of a business idea, you need a domain name to help it grow. Whether you are buying your first domain, or your hundredth, watch this video to make sure you are the king of your domain.
Are you depending on your web-developer for simple content changes to your website? Learn the three letters that will have you performing magic with your website on this weeks #whatiswednesday. CMS stands for "Content Management System". A CMS is software that allows an "Average Joe" to add, edit and delete pages and images from a website. No need to get your web-developers on the phone or take a course in HTML. Using a format similar to your favorite word processor, you alter the content and the HTML (code that makes a website) magically appears! It's
If I were to ask those of you who have a marketing website how much you spent on it, the answers would range anywhere from zero dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. If I were to follow up that question by asking how well you feel your website has worked for you, you might expect that the more favorable responses would lie with the people that had spent the most money. Well, for those of you who are not looking to empty their bank accounts to start their online marketing, I’m happy to report
I am sure that many of you would like to start, or improve, your online presence, so I thought it might be useful to share with you the origin of this blog and my Facebook page. A while ago I was having a conversation with my business partner about how the most enjoyable aspect of my job was sharing things I have learned about conducting business on the web with passionate people who were looking for a little guidance. There is a lot of information on the web, but more often than not, it's not
I remember my first day of the third grade more vividly than the beginning of any other school year. My parents had moved across town, and I was starting in a new school district. Nobody knew anything about me. Was I nice, funny, good at sports, able to help with their math homework? I was a complete mystery. You might say I was starting out with zero “likes”. How nice would it have been to be able to walk into class on that first day with the reputation of being liked by thousands of
Who, What, When, Where & Why & How. Simple questions, but do you know the answers when it comes to the people visiting your website? If not, you're missing a valuable tool in you online arsenal. If you want the answers then check out today's #whatiswednesday. Google Analytics will track WHO came to your website, WHAT pages they clicked on, WHEN they were there, WHERE they came from and WHY they came. It will also tell you HOW they are accessing your site, such as on their desktop computer or smartphone. What is the best