Invoicing clients is a fact of life for anyone in business. No matter how much you love what you do, at some point you will need to send your client an invoice so that they can pay you for your services. As we near the end of 2011 we have many options to choose from […]
I had a client call me last year asking why they had to renew their domain already, since we had done that not too long ago. I stopped in at their retail store and they showed me an envelope, a notice, and a return envelope from Domain Registry of America. I was slightly confused because […]
If you’re a creative type, or even if you’re not, there are some good ideas in this video for refilling your “creativity tank.”
This is an incredible video shot with timelapse techniques in May 2011 by Randy Halverson in central South Dakota. It has nothing to do with websites at all — I just really, really liked it and thought I’d share it with the readers of this blog. You can see more of Randy’s videos at his channel […]
This tutorial refers to an older version of the Events Manager plugin. If you’re using the current version then you won’t need this tutorial, but feel free to read it anyway! 🙂 I just recently discovered the Events Manager plugin for WordPress and implemented it into a client’s website along with the Events widget that […]
Akeeba Backup is one of, if not THE, absolute must-have components for a Joomla website. Not only is it a vital part of your website security strategy in the event that you need to quickly restore a hacked or otherwise broken website, it’s useful for more utilitarian purposes such as moving a Joomla website from […]
There was a time when I thought that website SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, was a by-product of quality content on that website. While there is still some truth to that, I’ve come to realize that good SEO doesn’t just happen, it takes some serious thinking and some good old-fashioned hard work. You may not […]
A little over a year ago I wrote a blog post comparing Backblaze and Mozy, which has been one of the more popular posts on this blog. Today I’m writing about a product called CloudBerry Online Backup, and using CloudBerry with Amazon Simple Storage Service, better known as Amazon S3. So what is CloudBerry? And […]
I’m going to assume that you already know how important backing up your website or blog is, or you probably wouldn’t be reading this article. But if your website or blog is a self-hosted WordPress installation, your options are limited.
Do you need a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) app? Probably. If you’re in any type of business where you interact with clients on a regular basis, then definitely.