There are several ways to control access to your WordPress website so that you can let customers get your information instantly online, and protect it from non-customers at the same time. Continue reading
Not too long ago I sent an email to Ted, another professional speaker. The email was returned to me, undeliverable, so I called Ted to tell him his mailbox was full.
His response was frustration. He said his email didn’t work and his whole website was a disaster. All it was showing was Continue reading
One of my friends, Bill, was grumbling about his internet website. (I won’t reveal Bill’s full name, but he’s a nationally known professional speaker. It wouldn’t surprise me if you have heard him speak.)
Bill invested about $30,000 to have a beautiful website to sell his products and services. It was beautiful, but it didn’t Continue reading
Not just any website. You want a dynamic website, where the information grows, and where your guest has a positive experience. A website you can be proud of. Continue reading
I'm often asked, "Is it really hard to start a website?"
I'm also asked, "How much does it cost to put up a website?"
(These questions usually come from people who want me to tell them it's really hard, and really expensive, so they will have an excuse not to do it.)
They're easy questions. And the answer Continue reading
"Another web design firm said they would design a 'Flash' website for me. Will you do that?"
It's a frequent question. The answer is Continue reading
I hate this question. Because, when you have a WordPress website, you already have a blog. So it leads me to ask in reply, "What do you mean by the word "blog?" Continue reading
Question: I know NOTHING about computers but I have an idea for a website. How do I go
forward? How do I get someone who is a genius at computers setting it up for
me but protect my idea from getting stolen ? Continue reading
After you post an article on the website, magical things happen (thanks to the WordPress ping and RSS facility). Continue reading