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Common Mistakes Web Developers Make

1. Forgetting about Website Standard Conventions
Even since the internet was developed, users have been trained how to interact with a website. People will get frustrated with a site if things don’t match their expectations such as

Text that is underlined is not a link
They click on an icon in the header expecting to go to the home page, only to find it goes no where
It takes severa…

Are Your Passwords Secure?

Over the last few days, I have been bombarded with information overload about online security – mainly dealing with passwords.

I’m afraid that everyone that uses a computer will do at least one of these things. We as humans are horrible with password management. We surf on free internet in coffee shops, we use the same passwords for a gazillion different sites and we never change our passwords…

The No-No’s of Website Design

Is your website driving away customers? You might be pushing potential clients and money away if you are committing any of these website sins.

Cluttered
You cannot try to build a website that will appeal to every single person. You need to decide who is your target customer and build the site around them. Always remember to order your site in a clean logical manner. Lots of people try to…

TigerEyeG.com

Here’s a site that I created for TigerEye Group LLC; a professional staffing and consulting company in Austin…

Interview with Rob Bunting

Today I did a guest interview with Rob Bunting of CallTheCzar.com. He is a Search Engine Optimization Czar. I found out some great information from him and he is a great resource if you need to help with Search Engine Optimization. Today we talk about the importance of using WordPress for a small business…

New Podcast Started

I am pleased to announce that I recently started a podcast to share free information with the community about how to use online tools to run your business more effectively.

You can find out more information at…

Google Voice for your Business (or Personal Use Too!)

Google Voice, which the search giant introduced in 2009, recently became freely available to everyone in the United States. Even though the service hasn’t dramatically changed since then, it’s still very useful to those that run small businesses, because it can give them an extra edge and make professional life much easier — at least, it can if you know how to use it.

When you register…

The Cost of Quality

Content management systems such as Wordpress, Joomla, and Drupal, and design templates have made it extremely simple for small business owners to build and manage their own website. If you don’t count your sweat equity, you can usually get a site up and running for less than $250. But do you really want to spend your time learning all the skills necessary to set up your own website? I mean,…

How to Create a Custom URL for Facebook

I’ve put this short video together to show how to create a custom URL for Facebook. It is good to have a custom URL when you have a common name like Joe Smith and it would take your friends hours to search through all of the Joe Smith’s in t…

Podcamp / Wordcamp Columbus 2010

This weekend I was able attend my first ever Podcamp / Wordcamp conference at The Ohio State University and wow, it was awesome. I was super excited to learn; however, there were so many great sessions, most hours I had to pick the one that looked the MOST interesting and hope that people were recording some of the sessions that I didn’t attend.

The four sessions that I attended were:
- How…

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