The WordPress team is hard at work on a change – Project Gutenberg – that will bring drag-and-drop editing to your WordPress website. Existing sites will be affected. Here’s a first look at what you need to know to make sure the transition doesn’t break your site.
When a business is 100% online, it’s twice as important to have a site that looks sharp, works well for customers and makes it easy to show and sell what you’ve got. Kirsty Cleverly’s gorgeous new Bonjour Quilts website does all of the above. Warning: Kirsty’s gorgeous photos may make even not-so-crafty folks consider taking up sewing.
In April of 2014, Forbes.com contributor Mark Cenicola published an article entitled Nine Questions You Should Absolutely Ask Your Future Web Developer. The article has some great advice aimed at helping busy small business owners make more informed decisions when it comes to getting help with their websites. It’s unlikely you’ll find a good web designer […]
The only thing worse for a website than a small budget is making choices that scream LOW BUDGET. Here’s my top tips for looking good for less $$$.
Remember the one most important feature for your new website. Focus on finding a system you can and will keep updated. That is the only thing that matters. “What to do if you hate your website” from Small Biz Survival Small-town entrepreneur and blogger Becky McCray offers some good advice for small local businesses and […]