WordPress takes only 5 minutes to install and just a single second to then bring your website down if you run an update that goes awry. Any website responsible for anything to do with your business deserves your special attention and care. That is, think about what you do before you go and do it. Especially … Read More


18 Apr 2016

People “live” online these days, there’s no denying that. Whether you run a brick and mortar business, or a purely digital online presence, you realize the importance of people being able to find your business. Playing hard to get: good for dating, bad for business. Use Google My Business to put the right info about your … Read More


11 Jan 2016

Running a WordPress-centric isn’t easy, but with the community and wealth of resources available it’s certainly a lot easier than it could be. Having access to people and information in the WordPress world makes MY life so much easier and I know I’m not alone there. I got to thinking about it and figured, hey, … Read More


24 Sep 2015

I really have to stop saying “plugins that saved me” when I do this bit. I mean, yeah, the plugins DO save me time, but it is all a bit overly dramatic, don’t you agree? Maybe I should just rename it to “Plugins that saved me time this week.” In any case, why don’t we … Read More


04 Sep 2015

Sometimes you’re just on a budget. There’s nothing you can do about it and there’s nothing wrong with it; budgets are there for a reason. They’re part of a greater plan. For all the moaning I hear from colleagues in this business about the budget client, there are times when the price is right for … Read More


31 Aug 2015

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

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