Does a negative comment someone posted about your services or business bother you? Even if your main business isn’t online this should be a major concern. Actually, many businesses are concerned about their online reputations and they taking proactive action to protect that reputation. Why is the Issue so Important? Whether you are a local [...]
I haven’t been blogging here lately. I’m sure that is readily apparent, I just thought I’d come right out and say that. I have been pretty busy lately with wedding planning and work, so there hasn’t been a lot of time left over. However, I did recently start a new blog about Salem that I’m [...]
Touching again on the topic I posted about a few days ago, I thought I’d mention a little more on moving from HubSpot to WordPress. This type of blog migration is the most common request I’ve had this past year. Initially they were kind of cumbersome, but now the HubSpot migration process is so streamlined [...]
I have moved a lot of websites to WordPress over the past few years. Many of these migrations have been migrations from other blogging platforms, such as Blogger or HubSpot, and others have been straight HTML sites that I converted over to WordPress. I enjoy this type of work. WordPress is a great platform for [...]
My history in website development and design began many years ago with SEO. I started my first website approximately 10 years ago with a stock template and quickly discovered that a website is useless if nobody but me could find it. Therefore SEO became one of my main disciplines. My first job after moving to [...]
I’m not a fan of Mashable, and apparently my computer isn’t either. I always knew that visiting mashable.com requires more computer resources than visiting other websites, so I decided to record my system monitor to see just how much of my computer’s resources were used to visit this site. As you can see, my computer [...]
I came across a great post by Jim Connolly this morning describing how he added a new income stream to his business and avoided time wasters in the process. What he said struck a nerve in me, and I feel what he said is too good not to share.
I would recommend reading the above linked article before continuing on, but if not, here is what I have to say about it.[...]
HTML5 video on Android is still a hot mess, and can be frustrating if you’re trying to make your videos playable on as many devices as possible. I’ve struggled with this in the past, and have settled on the following method to solve my problem.
I used the Universal Video plugin and modified it to add a link to the video for mobile devices. It may not be the most elegant of solutions, but as far as I can tell it’s been working great so far.[...]
Twitter launched its own photo sharing service yesterday to all users. You may have noticed the new icon for photos underneath the update box if you use the web interface.
This new service started rolling out for users a few months ago, but yesterday it finally became available to all users, not just the selected few.
I gave it a quick test this morning to see how it works, and so far I’d have to say it’s pretty simple to use. When you click the update field to type out a new tweet, the box expands (like normal) but you’ll notice a camera icon right below the input field. Clicking this icon allows you to upload an image to share.[...]