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Web Design Tools, Services And Resources For Business Owners, Creative-Types, and Self-Marketers

If you’re a business owner, self-marketer, or creative-type who wants complete autonomy—to be able to build, maintain, and control your website yourself, then you’re in the right spot! Here’s a helpful list of resources, tools, and recommendations to help you go further with your online projects and ventures. As I discover new resources, I’ll continue to add them here, so be sure to bookmark this page, and check back often! (more…)

Temporarily Add Placeholder Pages, Posts, And More To Your WordPress Website

As you begin building your WordPress website, it can sometimes be helpful to have placeholder content inserted into your site — extra pages, posts, and even comments and images. This makes it easier as you’re designing out these parts of your website. In this post, I’ll show you how to easily add these sorts of temporary placeholder materials. Let’s check it out! (more…)

6 Different Ways To Build A Website

Understanding the different ways to build a website is important when you’re setting up your online business. But as I’m sure you know, with so many different web design methods and options, it can be confusing to sort through and figure out which tools are best. In today’s video, you’ll get a break down the 6 different ways to build a website and you’ll discover which of these is the best suited for you and your online business. Let’s get started! (more…)

Which Of The 6 Different Ways To Build A Website Is Best For You?

Understanding the different ways to build a website is important when you’re planning your online business. But as I’m sure you know, there are a lot of different methods and approaches to building websites these days. It can be confusing to know which option is best. So in this post, you’ll get a break down of the six different ways to build a website. And, you’ll discover which of these is the best suited for you and your business website. By the end, you’ll have a set of the best web design methods to help build your online business. Let’s get started! (more…)

Ecommerce Terminology In Plain English

Ecommerce can be jargonny, technical-sounding, and seem way more confusing than it needs to be. But if you’re getting into online business, there are some important terms that you need to know. What you’ll get in this post is a clear understanding of critical ecommerce terminology and an understanding of how it all works. Ready? Then let’s go! (more…)

Use The Right Colour Space For Your Graphics

Having trouble getting your graphics to look their best? It could be that you’re using the wrong colour spaces — you know RGB, CMYK, Indexed colour, and so on. Have you heard of these? Not sure how these work? Then you’re in the right spot! Here, you’ll get a breakdown of the four primary colour spaces and when to use each. They’re easy to understand, you just need to know a few key concepts. Let’s take a look! (more…)

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How To Use FTP To Connect To Your Small Business Website

When running any kind of small business website or online project, we often need to connect directly to our live website to access the files that are stored there. The best way to do this is to use something called FTP (File Transfer Protocol). While it may sound technical (and possibly related to quantum physics), it’s actually pretty straightforward. So if you have no idea about FTP or how it all works, then you’re in the right spot—that’s what this tutorial’s all about! (more…)

Five Steps To Set Up Your Online Business Website

Web design can seem very confusing, especially when there’s so much being dumped on you — Google Analytics, SEO, shopping carts, should you start a blog, social media, payment gateways, and about a hundred other issues — it’s easy to get overwhelmed. So in this post, what I’ve done is clearly laid out a sequential set of steps to help you get started in web design, and get your online venture live on the web. So by the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a clear set of actions that you can take to get your business online and earning revenue. Let’s jump into it! (more…)

4 Steps To A Highly Secure Website

If you’re concerned about keeping your website secure, then you’re in the right spot — that’s what this post is all about. One of the most important issues when running a website (especially an online business site) is keeping everything secure and locked down. Oddly though, this is a topic that’s rarely addressed. To me, securing our websites, our businesses, and ultimately our ability to earn revenue online is a huge, huge priority. And the good news is, none of this is too technical or difficult. It just takes a bit of forethought and maybe some planning on our part. In this post, I’m going to outline my four step process to ensure your site is highly secure for a long time to come. Let me show you what it’s all about! (more…)

Find The Best Web Hosting For Your Website

In this tutorial, I want to recommend specific web hosting companies that might be a good fit for your small business. The idea here is to narrow down the choices and give you a decent starting point for finding a great web host. (more…)

The Go-Giver Review Summary: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea, by Bob Burg and John David Mann

In this summary review of The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann, you’ll get three big key take-aways that will very likely flip your perspective on business and how you sell. As the book details, selling, marketing, and business aren’t what you think they are. Ready to discover what it’s all about? Then let’s jump into it! (more…)