Isn’t it exasperating to only be kind of thankful you’ve gotten a thing down pat because you had to screw it up three times in essentially the same way? Of course the solution lies not in perfection, but creativity. Hopefully your mistakes don’t involve fire. Or children. Either of which can be rather unforgiving.
Glenn Muske, in his recent post for Small Biz Survival, gives what should be commonsense advice: Research has found that potential customers need to hear or see the name of a new business three to five times before they even recognize that the business exists. Thus, a one-time big advertisement will do little to bring […]
Got smarts, and more time than money? Here’s how to get a website without spending a dime. »
In a recent post about web host GoDaddy, Judi Knight echoes my thoughts, as well as my experience. With even a modest web site, many variables are in play – hardware, software, hosting outages, domain name problems, DNS problems, database glitches, etc. etc. This often makes it difficult to pinpoint the cause of a problem. […]
…use WordPress? No – I’m serious (mostly). There will always be people who don’t want to get their hands “dirty” (if that word even applies to typing on a keyboard) by messing around with servers and FTP and whatnot. I’m grateful for these people because they help me feed my family, pay the mortgage and […]
I’m currently developing a site design for a client with a huge membership, so they chose a content and member management system that doesn’t quite have the elegance of WordPress but is pretty much the only non-custom solution that can handle their needs. Peeked under the hood of the member management company’s blog and guess […]