Or better yet, can it afford NOT to have one?
I have put a great deal of thought into it and I’ve come up with a new payment model.
I know quite a few people who say thatWordPress isn’t secure.
But in reality, WordPress itself is very secure. It’s just everything else that isn’t.
I must admit I groan whenever I log into a client's site to get to work, only to find that several updates are required. I understand the reluctance on the part of my clients to make the updates - most don't really understand them, they can scare the heck out of you...read more
My computer, that’s what the title of this post is all about. You may remember my post of March 26th, about the start of my computer troubles.
I kept having glitches, data unavailable, internal error messages – I was going crazy!
So in my last post I explained why I don’t use a “funnel”.
In this one I will explain the result – that is the “feast or famine” income rollercoaster that I have been riding since I started this business.read more
It’s a phrase you hear marketing gurus use frequently, and I really despise it.read more
I want to publicly thank all my clients who were patient and stuck with me while I was having such trouble with my computers. Not all of them did, I lost one long-time client, and was sorry to see them go. But every single one of my other clients stood by me and were...read more
I try to learn something every day. Some lessons need repeating until I finally get it.
The lesson I’m struggling with right now is “never let a client rush your work”.read more
So I was chuntering along quite happily, with 3 active sites under development (and one side project for a friend).
All was going smoothly…read more
So my last post was abut content marketing, and one of the main avenues for that is by blogging. But blogging can be a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it is a great way to keep content fresh and encourage frequent visits from the search engine bots. On the other...read more
Content marketing – honestly the first time I heard this phrase I wondered what the heck it meant.
When I found out more I got a little scaredread more
I manage a lot of sites – some my own, some for my clients. And the one thing they all have in common is that they require a password to allow me to get in to the administration area.
How can I possibly remember that many passwords, let alone which one goes with which site?
I’ll tell you how.