The Importance of Being Unique With Your Online Business


There are millions of websites, some of them are in your own niche. It’s takes a lot to be a be unique and some people give up because they are not sure why they are not getting the traffic they desire. Your ability of being unique with your online business is something that is important, […]

The Twitter Guide


Twitter is a great tool for bloggers and businesses alike. However not everyone is using it to their advantage. It might be due to fear, unsure if the service is for them, or how to use Twitter. That is quite alright as this is a Twitter Guide that hopefully covers as many angles to help […]

The Hamburger Icon


Hamburger icon? Most people think a juicy and tasty hamburger, but in web design, a hamburger icon? What is that? Well, there is such an icon and it doesn’t look anything close to a hamburger. It’s an icon that is 3 lines or also called a triple bar, and it’s used to signify on a […]

#WordPressWednesday 2014 Volume 13


Lucky number 13 for #WordPressWednesday! Well, it’s lucky for me as it’s my favorite number. This week I’m just putting up 10 in this week’s #WordPressWednesday roundup because I wanted to touch up on WordCamps and WordPress Meetups. Eventually, I’ll post something more in-depth on both. For those of you located within 2 hours of […]

Creating a Community With Comments on Your Blog


Content is King, but your Visitors are Queen. For those who’ve read my blog that have been long time members of any forum or group I’ve been on, you know I say this repeatedly. It might be a done to ad nauseum. However, today we are going to focus on the visitor part. Blogs thrive […]

#WordPressWednesday 2014 Volume 12


#WordPressWednesday is really fun to put together as there’s a lot to learn. Another bright point about the weekly event is seeing all the great progress people are taking to contribute to the WordPress community. So… just in case this is a first time for you at, #WordPressWednesday is a weekly event where I […]

Charge What You’re Worth And Deliver An Excellent Experience


Charging what you’re worth doesn’t always make sense? How can that be? Sandra Martini’s article on this really fails across the board because it doesn’t come from the right angle. In fact, it’s so wrong that it’s scary. Her message tells you to adjust your rate when a client complains, when it should be the […]