A Daily Routine That Works

I think this is the most important piece of information I can share with our clients, and I hope you’ll make it the primary focus of your strategy for online success. This is a strategy that I’ve used many times in the businesses I’ve worked with, including all of my own. And, although it seems like a simple process, it’s … [Continue reading »]

Making Social Media Work For You

It’s long past the time for underestimating the power of social media. By posting regularly to social sites like the ones below, you can create a funnel of visitor traffic to your website that improves your sales, brand recognition and even your Google rank. Your goal is simple: To reach as many friends, potential customers or fans as you can, … [Continue reading »]

What Your Website Can Do

  Americans Spend Between $1,500 and $8,000 Online Each Year Estimates suggest that the average American shopper spent around $1,800 online in 2015, but many shop online regularly and spent much more. Every e-mail address and name on your mailing list represents the potential that you can generate income from a portion of that spending. That’s where social media like … [Continue reading »]

“Un-Spamming Good Spam” in your Gmail account

Have you been waiting for an important e-mail that someone told you was “on the way”? Something you should have gotten by now? If you’re a Gmail user, there’s a good chance those messages are in your “Spam” folder. The next time you log in to Gmail to get your mail, have a look in your spam mail folder. If … [Continue reading »]

Password Attacks

Great Article on Password Security “Here are the highlights. Remember, this is only over a 16 hour window which is relatively short. During this time we saw a total of 6,611,909 attacks targeting 72,532 individual websites. We saw attacks during this time from 8,941 unique IP addresses and the average number of attacks per victim website was 6.26.”   Read … [Continue reading »]

Posting by iPhone

 As I sit here on my screened-in lanai (the word for “porch” in SW Florida) trying to post a new post to my website from my iPhone 6,  I  can’t escape the irony of trying to do it well.  I never thought my Internet life would come to this. After all, in my generation the phone was something you used … [Continue reading »]

Since The Web Was Young

    Along with all the other foolish things I do, I’ve made the better part of my living designing and developing personal and commercial websites. I’ve been doing it since 1995, when the “World Wide Web” was taking its first steps and beginning to elbow its way into all of our daily lives. The “Web”, as we called it, … [Continue reading »]