Reasons Why a Client Chooses a Web Designer

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It’s not personal. Clients choose a web designer for many reasons. If you’re reading this article, and you’re a web designer, you may have come across some horrendously designed websites. You probably wonder how in the world they are being hired if their work sucks and yours is light years better, right? Well, for the […]

The Importance of Blog Commenting

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The importance of blog commenting is a necessity for the life of any website. While content provides a means for sharing information, it is the reader that can have a hand in making or breaking a site. A comment is feedback for what is being said and often works like a forum. If you have […]

Ask Nile: How Frequently Should You Change Your WordPress Theme?

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A theme can be changed any time. It’s okay if you like something better than what you have. People do it all the time. However, if you’re changing your theme too much, and you’re trying to build a consistent brand, you may be alienating some of your visitors. At first, people accept your choice to […]

The Skinny on Blogging Fears

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So what are the real reasons why blogger can’t blog confidently? Some think it’s due to branding and design. It doesn’t. It’s all about blogging fears, especially with the blogger’s mentality and choice in choosing to fear, rather than put it aside and just blog. It’s the same issue I’ve seen over and over with […]

Why You May be Failing as a Brand in Social Media

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Mastering social media marketing is often a sore spot for business owners trying to build a brand online. The problem on why you may be failing as a brand in social media, is that most of it revolves around lack of knowledge, or when they have access to the right knowledge in social media marketing, […]

What Is WordCamp?

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WordCamp is a conference focused on WordPress. In fact, WordCamps are scheduled weekly in cities around the world to hopefully reach as many WordPress users as possible. For those who are new to WordPress, and haven’t built a website, or perhaps they have a static site, and need a better solution, WordCamps offer the opportunity […]

#WordPressWednesday 2014 Volume #15

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Wow, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for WordPress were insanely awesome! However, it’s back to a regular #WordPressWednesday roundup. This week’s roundup is a little light as I gotta get on the road and head out to WordCamp Orlando. It’s been a busy week trying to fit blogging and my work into the […]

What to Look for When Choosing a WordPress Theme

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There are a lot of articles out there on what to look for when choosing a WordPress theme, but many of them are written from the user who doesn’t have too much design experience, and doesn’t really think about the average beginning WordPress user. When I say ‘average beginning WordPress user’, I do mean someone […]