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WordPress – The 5 Minute Quick & Dirty Review

By Stephanie Rawson / June 12, 2019 /

If you’ve heard of WordPress, but you’re not really sure what it’s all about, this 5 minute guide is for you. Also, please note we are talking about WordPress.org and NOT WordPress.com in this article. What is it? It’s a content management system that can be used to build blogs and websites. Why WordPress? It makes it easy to manage...

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So, You Want to Become a Web Designer?

So, You Want to Become a Web Designer?

By Stephanie Rawson / June 7, 2019 /

Alright, we get it…web designer is pretty much the coolest profession on the planet. Like, who wouldn’t want to be one?! We’re so glad that you’re interested. JOIN US! Snapping back to reality – yes, we think web design is pretty cool. However, to many out there, it’s one of those nerdy professions. Not everyone wants to stare at lines...

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Road sign warning of platform migration, part two.

Ready to Change E-Commerce Platforms? Be Prepared!

By Stephanie Rawson / May 28, 2019 /

If you’re reading this, it’s too late I hope you read our previous post: Thinking About Changing E-Commerce Platforms? Think Again! If not, please take a moment to back the train up and review our sagely advice from last week. It might save you a whole lot of time and worry! If you’re up to speed and you’re still considering...

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Road sign warning of platform migration, part one.

Thinking About Changing E-Commerce Platforms? Think Again!

By Stephanie Rawson / May 24, 2019 /

Have you ever heard the little ditty that goes, “My platform sucks and I want to move?” It’s a tune I know well. This is a complaint I’ve heard many times during my years as a web developer. Whether it’s from a long time customer or a brand new sales lead, I always approach the situation the same way. Let’s...

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Is Google Predictive Search Too Much?

By Brock Cooper / May 17, 2019 /

Does it sometimes feel like Google reads your mind? You’re surfing the web and suddenly an ad for something pops up that you were just thinking about a day or so before. Creepy, right? Of course, it’s not telepathy, it’s just Google reading into your searches and website visits to tailor ads for you. What if they were able to...

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How to Choose the Perfect CMS

By Stephanie Rawson / May 10, 2019 /

The cake title is a lie. There is no perfect content management system (CMS). They all have pros and cons, highlights and flaws. I can’t help you find the perfect CMS, but I can help you find the CMS that might be perfect for you. If you’ve read my previous CMS articles, you’re already aware of what a content management...

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Expand Your Reach and Promote Your Business through Email Marketing

By Kaitlyn Anthony / May 6, 2019 /

Did you know that 80% of retail professionals see more repeat customers through email marketing? In fact, you are more likely to get a click-through from an email campaign than you are from a tweet. Whether you’re running an eCommerce store or brick and mortar store, you can promote your business and benefit from email marketing. As small business owners...

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Google My Business Name Shortener

By Brandee Bell / April 25, 2019 /

Google My Business recently announced a new feature release… drumroll, please! Custom URL Shortener. This is the best news I have heard all day 👏 However, this isn’t available on all accounts, yet. It appears they are rolling it out in phases. Don’t worry though; I think it is here to stay since there is already a help article available....

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Change Is Good, Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone

By Brock Cooper / April 18, 2019 /

The vast majority of people don’t like change. Change means risk. Change means uncertainty. People wrap themselves up in a blanket of comforting sameness that is safe and secure. It protects you from the changes of the outside world like a silken armor that feels blissful and yet is as hard as steel. The problem with change is it happens...

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5.5 Time-Saving Pro Tips for Beaver Builder Lovers

By Braden Hamiel / April 10, 2019 /

If you are reading this, you probably know the basics of how to use Beaver Builder and have already fallen in love with it. If you haven’t fallen in love yet, just wait… after this blog, you will. Beaver Builder is, in my humble opinion, the best WordPress plugin ever. By using the ole “drag and drop” technique and giving...

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