WordPress turns 17
It started as a humble blogging tool.
Then it grew up. Turned out it could run full websites. For businesses. Nonprofits. Ecommerce. That don’t may not even have a blog.
Who is your website for?
Your website isn’t for the whole world. It would totally crash if they all came.
But we do want the right people to come. And take action once there.
How to not have to rebuild your computer from scratch
I was working on my computer when an app glitched. If it happens once, chalk it up to gremlins.
Multiple times, the computer likely needs to be erased and everything reinstalled. Ouch!
When the wheels come off the bus
The part of business (and life) nobody seems to like is making a plan for handling the unforeseen. When Crisis hits. But that won’t stop a Crisis from hitting and then we still have to deal with it.
Your website — the beginning of a beautiful friendship
Launching a new website is exciting!
It’s also a beginning. We need the website to do well for a long time. But that won’t happen automagically.
What theme are you using?
That’s the most common question I hear from people looking to get a website for their blog, business or organization.
But it’s starting at the wrong end…
Feeding the content beast and surviving to tell about it
Content can be a beast that is continually hungry and will never be satisfied. At least if the approach is to wake up on Monday morning and only then decide what to write this week.
Creating that content
Every website needs content. Of many different kinds. Then all those pieces have to be created. Which can be a daunting task.