Templates and checklists turn smart business owners into productivity superstars, and it’s easy to get started.
No one likes a slow website. Studies show that people will generally leave and click on something else in search results if a site is slow. That is potential lost customers and sales, not to mention that search engines like Google measure site speed in their algorithm. Fortunately, there are many tools and services online that can help you check your site speed (and do something about it).
Does the thought of blogging leave you cold? You’re not alone. For a lot of people blogging will likely rank right up there with bookkeeping and cold calling. The good news is, if you hate to write or feel you’re just not good at it, there are plenty of other ways to create shareable content on a regular basis without ever putting your fingers to a keyboard (much)…
Keywords are the terms your ideal client is plugging into Google or another search engine when she needs an answer. “Life Coach in Seattle” and “business coach for virtual assistants” … Read More
Are security concerns keeping you from enjoying the flexibility and power of WordPress? There are people out there that claim WordPress is “inherently unsecure”, which just isn’t true. Like everything … Read More
Ask nearly anyone who runs an online business what their biggest struggle is, and chances are they’ll say “more traffic.” You need traffic to build your email list. You need … Read More
Looking for quality stock photos to use for your next project but getting tired of the same images you see on most of the big free photo websites like Pexels? … Read More