It makes sense for most medical professionals, clinics, and those who work in health and wellness to outsource blogging and SEO services at their website. A professional blogger provides a […]
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Input and Access for Your Website
I’ve never read “Revenge of the Volkites,” but the illustration here suggests that one of the issues for Crash Corrigan and the Volkites might have been access.
Whose Website Is It, Anyway?
The screenshot here is a project I made for my first web design class. We were learning the languages used for web design, not anything about good web design, and […]
Nondisclosure Agreements for Your Website
In the course of building a website, your web pros need access to a lot of information. Your writer has to understand the business pretty fully to do a good […]
Get What You Want With Your Website
The owner of NWABride had big ideas for her site, but a small budget and a very small time frame — just two weeks.
Keeping an Eye on Your Website in Progress
Do you like the idea of letting your web team create your website while you go about your business, sometimes wondering with happy anticipation what it will look like? Do […]
Seeing Eye to Eye
Just this morning I had an email from a client asking to see a draft of the website we’re building for her. I had to call her, because I just […]
Charting Out Your New Website
Getting a new website made can be a heady experience, and the return on investment can be significant. But the process of getting from knowing that you need one to […]
Your web workers have their own special terminology, as workers do in any field. You should be able to ask what anything means and get a clear answer. On the […]
Collaborating Across Time Zones
Today I have a meeting with a local doctor about his website. He said 3:15. I’ll be there at 3:15. But I also have a meeting at 10:00 my time […]
I’ve mentioned Notable before, but I think I’ve mentioned it in a sort of “We all know about this” kind of way. I’ve discovered that in fact we don’t all […]
A recent study of small businesses found some surprising results.
Choosing an SEO Professional
Years ago, I worked for a company that had a website that did nothing. No one shopped there, and as far as we could tell (which wasn’t very far, because […]
Common Web Courtesy
The other day a client of mine asked if I could work with an associate of his. Of course, I was happy to. But the striking thing about this was […]
Making a Website for a Nonprofit Organization
Last night Jon Schleuss and I presented the new website we built for the local chapter of the American Association of University Women. This excellent organization has been supporting equity […]