5 Things Everyone Forgets To Do For Their Website: a crazy-quick guide
A simple email. No giant PDF, just straight to the point items you can do now. Bonus: Once a month, I send out “Notable Numbers”: fascinating facts to inspire your biz online.
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Freshen your website for the New Year. It’s easy, and I promise to keep it to only four items, one of which is a two-second item. Remind yourself to visit this post every 364 days 😉
How can you tell if your content is converting? How do you know if the words you’re using are resonating with the right audience? This post gets an extra dose of expertise as I’ve invited Adriana Tica of iDunn to weigh in on this subject.
Who doesn’t love to learn more about colour in web design? The fine folks over at SatelliteWP asked me to weigh in on the topic as a guest blogger on their site.
Just what the heck is a domain, really? What advantage does the .ca one have for us Canadians? Should I take care of my domains? I answer some of the most common Q’s I get!
Installing Google Analytics can seem daunting. Or maybe you’re unsure if now is the right time to do it. Let me put it into perspective…
“Chit, Chat, Chop” is an amazing FacebookLive cooking show hosted by the fine folks at Kitchen Door. They’ve had politicians. They’ve had athletes. They’ve had bands. And now they’re gonna have… me?
Your non-profit website is your face to the public. Donors, volunteers, clients, the media, and grant organizations evaluate doing business with you based on what they see. Is it one of your most important yet neglected asset?
Did you know Pinterest is a fast way to start your new brand? Why? Because it allows you to collect a variety of imagery quickly to help articulate what you have in mind for your ‘yet-designed’ logo and branding. Daley Progress invited me to guest blog on the subject, which resulted in this two-part mini series.
I get it. Everyone thinks “Toastmasters is about getting over the fear of public speaking -that’s not for me.” I’d like to offer up some different reasons why TMI might be for you… and they have little to do with speeches.
My first Toastmaster speech was entitled ‘I Am A Goat’. I wanted to share how a simple quote my mother used to say helped get me through school and remain true to myself. Who doesn’t love goats? Not everyone, apparently…
Cut and pasting techniques. Excerpts and ‘read more’ functions. Here are some technical and creative approaches that are sure to speed up writing and posting time.