Category Archives: Content
Do you ever get those moments where you realise you have wasted the morning procrastinating and not really getting anything done? Have you ever wanted to be more creative? I’ve just been sent a great article as part of an on-line course offered by Lateral Action with a great way
I don’t like looking at multiple calendars and Google is my main one. So, I want to sync things in facebook to Google calendar. It turns out to be simple, facebook offer an export for it’s birthday and upcoming events as a URL that Google Calendar will read!
Great website creation is about great involvement and communication. It is about having a plan and being flexible enough to let that plan develop as you learn. Tell your team what you think, if you don’t let your designer or developer know what you are thinking then they will never
The saddest thing is when your hard work gets lost and you loose credit for it, don’t make this mistake, be easy to find! By simply including your contact details in presentations, publications and articles you can make sure that if they are redistributed then you receive the benefit. Make
Do the images in your blog post turn into links when you don’t want a link? Is the link just a blank page containing only the image? It does not look good does it? (and takes visitors away from your page unless they hit the back button)? You can remove
I visited my facebook business page this morning and found the announcement of a new design coming soon: New Facebook Pages – On 30 March 2012, all Facebook Pages will get a new design. Preview your page now to see what it looks like and try out the new features.
When you create a Facebook page it will be given a horribly long complicated name. User names are easier to remember and promote if they are short, so pick a good user name and register it. You can then use this user name in your marketing and promotions, on your
A client recently asked me to explain Tags and Categories for WordPress. It is something that often comes up and the answer is ‘it depends’, as is the answer to many IT questions. It depends on your intention and what you want to do with your writing and your audience.
If you’re serious about having an on line identity for your business then it makes sense to claim your user name or brand so that it is available for you when you are ready. I missed doing this years ago and still regret it. When the time came to grab
Hands up if you have ever been subject to “Death by Power Point” There are so many different ways for getting your message across, some of them are wild and include multi media, some just look at things from another angle. A client of mine asked me about how to