People with their own businesses ought to have an email address that encourages correspondents to think of them in a professional manner, NOT an address that advertises someone else!
Three reasons to have a clear focus about what belongs on your website.
When a word document is directly imported into a WordPress site, all the formatting that is applied to your article—the italics, font size changes, bullets and numbers that make it look the way you like—come along with the content in little bits of code. Your website has its own system of consistent formatting in place—called … Continue reading “Why can’t I just copy and paste my article from Word into my WordPress website?”
Ever notice how sometimes you start thinking about something and then you see it everywhere? You know, you think you like PT Cruisers when there are none. You buy one and BAM! they’re everywhere? OK, maybe not today, but so it was when I got mine! I wrote yesterday about writing for the web in … Continue reading “Paragraphs on the web and elsewhere”
Contact me, contact us or just contact. Just include all the ways a person or potential customer can contact you.
Who are the people who will visit your website and value your content?
Say you sell shoes on the web. Who is your client? Anybody? Probably not.
Now, I’m willing to consider—perhaps—that this is true mostly for women, but guys, please play along. Here’s the question: How many times have you gone out to buy something and then didn’t just because the sales person was a jerk? Or too pushy? Or too uninterested? Or too busy with someone else to even answer … Continue reading “What goes on your About page”
Here’s the Connections-Reloaded theme. It’s a pretty standard choice. Here’s how I redesigned it to fit with an existing website. Click on the images above for a larger view of the screen shot.