Archives: February 2013

How to build viral marketing into the DNA of your website

        Filed under: How to, Social Media, Web Development

In one of the most brilliant books ever to dissect the the success formula behind sensational dot com phenoms, Adam Penenberg‘s Viral Loop explains that the most successful websites have a “viral loop” built into their DNA – like baking weed into brownies.  In an equally impressive summary of how the Viral Loop works, Josh Jeffreys … Continued

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How to use WordPress for SEO

        Filed under: How to, WordPress

Headings help with your SEO WordPress is an SEO machine and one of the favorite tools for a search-savvy, seo-savvy webmaster or content manager.  Search engines look at these five basic elements on a web page to determine relevancy between somebody’s Google search and the pages listed in the search results: Keywords in the headings … Continued

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Rookie Mistakes of First-Time Entrepreneurs…and how to avoid them

Rookie Mistakes of First-Time Entrepreneurs…and how to avoid them

        Filed under: Social Media, Web Design

In the midst of a “jobless recovery”, the lure of entrepreneurship is drawing in more innovators than ever before. It’s a great time to start your own business—but there’s no manual for being an entrepreneurs, and first-time small business owners quickly discover how many pitfalls there are in the competitive, high-stakes environment of small business … Continued

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Cloud Innovations to Look For in 2013

Cloud Innovations to Look For in 2013

        Filed under: Technology

Cloud computing, remote storage, and many other services rendered in the cloud went mainstream in 2012; but this year, as new standards and practices are implemented, there are some things to keep an eye for that will set the stage for some amazing leaps forward in the years to come. 1. Reliability Virtually every year, … Continued

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Drupal preview is not working!

        Filed under: Drupal, Web Design, Web Development

Yes, and it’s unbelievable that such a great and sophisticated content management system doesn’t offer a way to preview content as it’s going to look in the front end. What Drupal does is showing a preview of the content on top of the edit form of the content type in the back end, with the … Continued

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