Yeah, you heard me. Don’t worry about your friggin’ bounce rates. But anything having to do with pretty much anything relies on being able to measure a thing against effort put into that thing. What?? More succinctly: If you’re going to do something, make sure it’s trackable and measurable so you know what to improve … Read More


24 Aug 2015

I’ve read that estimating a project is one of the “dark arts.” It’s funny but also true, in some sense. To really get a sense of how to estimate things you, as the person building an estimate have to “know” certain information. Like what? How long does it take to build functionality for task x, y and z, for instance.


07 Apr 2015

I’ve read that estimating a project is one of the “dark arts.” It’s funny but also true, in some sense. To really get a sense of how to estimate things you, as the person building an estimate have to “know” certain information. Like what? How long does it take to build functionality for task x, y and z, for instance.


07 Apr 2015
WordPress Plugins

Every project I work on is somewhat different from the one before it; projects have different requirements and goals to accomplish. Every week it seems that I mentally take stock of a plugin that puts a smile on this face. So I figured I’d share a few of these plugins this week. Post 2 Posts … Read More


03 Apr 2015

It was late, I couldn’t sleep, so I figured I’d check scores over on ESPN.com. It’s different, they done redesigned the thing. No, it’s not an “April Fool’s Joke.” Nope! Instead it’s a mobile-first responsive website. If you scan the comments on ESPN’s announcement regarding this redesign you’ll see that people are assholes. I’d probably … Read More


01 Apr 2015

It was late, I couldn’t sleep, so I figured I’d check scores over on ESPN.com. It’s different, they done redesigned the thing. No, it’s not an “April Fool’s Joke.” Nope! Instead it’s a mobile-first responsive website. If you scan the comments on ESPN’s announcement regarding this redesign you’ll see that people are assholes. I’d probably … Read More


01 Apr 2015

I remember 1999. Do you? That was largely one of the biggest shams in history. I was a support tech for a Point of Sale product and software company back then. We had such a huge service team, people who would spend hours and hours updating servers so that they wouldn’t spontaneously die due to … Read More


31 Mar 2015

DigiSavvy was fortunate to get an invite to Cal State Fullerton’s Marketing Honors Networking Luncheon for Marketing Students. It’s a pretty awesome event where the best students are able to connect with a variety of companies ranging from ADP, Walgreens and RDA Advertising. While DigiSavvy isn’t as big as those companies, we’re still looking to … Read More


10 Mar 2015
Identifying Great Partners

Over the last year or so there’s a quote I keep seeing repeated If you want to go fast go alone. If you want to go far go together. I can blame one person for that, but I’m not going to do that today. Partnerships help drive growth when you get brilliant and driven people … Read More


04 Mar 2015
Pantheon Agency Partner

What did I do that was cool this weekend? I closed the last-standing Hostgator account I maintained and I downgraded my DeployHQ plan to the free plan. Side effects of today’s hosting game. The game has elevated significantly in a crazy short amount of time. Do you need me to name all the players? We have … Read More


24 Feb 2015

This is going to be a 3-part series. It needs to be because there’s a lot to discuss. First, we’ll start with a very low-level explanation of what an Audit is and why getting one is a compelling choice. The second part to this series will be the hardcore technical explanation, followed by another post … Read More


06 Feb 2015

I’d received an email through our contact form the other day and it went something like this “I have a book coming out in a few months and I want to sell and market it.” Aaaand that was it. No more, no less. I did reach out to this person and we talked and the scope … Read More


04 Feb 2015