The April/May 2010 issue of The Internet Wizards Magazine contains these articles:
See An Ugly Duckling Website Transformed Into A Wordpress Swan… I’m wildly in love with Wordpress. It’s become my software of choice for publishing on the internet. You’ll understand why when you see the transformation it works on the first website I ever created.
One of the hardest jobs I deal with is helping small business owners move their sites to a better hosting service.
Moving a simple Wordpress site shouldn’t be hard. But all too often, my new clients started out with a service that promised "We do it all!" That is, they regsiter your domain name, set up [...]
Begorrah! The March 2010 issue of The Internet Wizards Magazine is online with these articles:
Don’t Fall For Phony Offers To Renew Your Domain Names
Small business owners are often targeted by scammers offering to renew domain names. Here’s a "how to" explaining how to tell if a compnay that’s [...]
It was late at night, cold and quiet. I was in bed, cuddled up to a warm laptop. My husband and the cat were both cuddled up next to me, snoring not quite in tandem.
I was clicking on my keyboard ever so quietly, checking my email one last time before I joined them [...]
Creating your own product, especially a digital product, can be one of the best ways of using resources you already have within your business. But if you’ve never done it before, the very idea of product creation can be intimidating.
Just thinking about creating a new product raises so many questions. What kind of product could [...]
Marketing your small business may be a serious topic, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun with it. In the February, 2010 issue of The Internet Wizards Magazine, I’m going all prehistoric on you with three articles dedicated to your inner Hunter-Gatherer with:
Are You A Hunter Or A Gatherer? …Trace your ancestry [...]
Did you know it’s possible to create your own holiday? Chase’s Calendar of Events allows anyone to submit any existing special event, as well as special day, week and month.
Note that your submission must be an existing event, not a theoretical one. But it doesn’t take much to create an event. Name it. Announce yourself [...]
ALL the experts are on Twitter, right? So you have to be, too, right? Wrong on both counts.
Last week I was considering attending a trade seminar for owners of digital publishing businesses, in particular because Corey Perlman will be one of the speakers. Perlman is well known for his book eBoot Camp: Proven Internet Marketing Techniques [...]
I love any tool that encourages creativity. That’s why I’m a fan of the FREE puzzlemaker available at Discovery Education.
Discovery Education is a site offering resources that help bring a classroom to life. But some of their resources, like the online Puzzlemaker, are just as well suited to bringing your blog or web site to [...]
I live in Florida, a state known the world over as the land of sun and fun, and the Chamber of Commerce would like you to think it’s always so. But not this year! The cold snap that caught up most of the United States in the first part of January did not spare the [...]