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The #1 Way to Produce a Better Website for Your Business

When a website isn’t producing the desired results, many busy professionals are quick to blame the look and feel of the site. It’s not attractive enough. It’s too plain. There’s no pizzazz. Looks matter, of course, but, as we all know, looks aren’t everything. You can add all the frosting you want, but when it … Read more

Hashtag: The Social Media Trend That Oozes SEO Benefits

You may not care all that much about Tweets, Pins, or Likes but, if you have a business and you have a website, it’s crucial that you also have a #socialmediapresence. There are a great many benefits to being in the Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest pool. And as annoying and complicated as these interfaces … Read more

Twitter Gets a Facelift

Twitter is kicking it old school with the launch of their clean, uncluttered, and functional design meant to highlight you or your business. They’re also kind of imitating their frenemy, Facebook. However, unlike Facebook’s irksome changes that have users up in arms every six months or so, Twitter has created a largely intuitive and friendly … Read more

Why You Need a WordPress Website

Website designed with WordPressYes, WordPress is technically a blogging platform, but as a content management system it has gone far beyond the stereotype of “just a blog.”

If your business has had a website since the early days of the internet, then you’ve likely been at the mercy of someone else to get timely content on your website. That doesn’t have to be the case any longer. Being the owner of a WordPress website means you can maintain it yourself.

Before you get apprehensive about the idea of being entirely responsible for your site on your own, learn more about what having a WordPress website really entails.

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How to Integrate Pop Culture with Your Blog Content

Pop culture blog writingEven if you don’t love Dancing with the Stars, The Bachelor, The Voice, or The Property Brothers, there are plenty of people who do. Even if you don’t follow celeb gossip, they’re hot search topics. Two of the most Googled items in 2013 were, “What is twerking?” and “Miley Cyrus.” You might think, “Ugh. I’m not going to stoop that low. I don’t want people to think I like a teen pop star who sticks her tongue out as often as I blink.” Well, it’s time to jump on the hype bandwagon and view celebrity nonsense and bad reality star behavior as valuable material for your blog.

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