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You don’t need a specialized mobile website service

On the Google+ Massage Therapy group, one of the members posted this question: A representative from <mobile website provider> contacted me about creating a smartphone app for my business page.  They offered to waive the sign-up fee, and drop the rate to $29.95/mo.  1)  Is this type of service really necessary?  2)  Is <mobile website provider> the… Continue Reading …

Google Analytics Part 3 – Real Example

We’ve covered how to add Google Analytics tracking code to your website and briefly described what data is available in Google Analytics. In this post, I’m going to show you what real data looks like, what it looks like after you’ve published 30 blog posts in 1 month, and what kind of strategic changes should… Continue Reading …

Google Analytics part 1

I know what some of you are thinking right now: What the heck are Google Analytics? Answer: one of the most important tools that any website owner or blogger has to determine the effectiveness and direction of their online marketing. To be more specific, Google has a set of online tools that will help you… Continue Reading …

How to use the Text Widget

Previously, I talked about what widgets are and how to use them. I also mentioned that I would go into depth on using the Text widget in another post. The Text widget is probably the most flexible and powerful widget that comes with WordPress. If you have a sign up box from your email autoresponder… Continue Reading …

Widgets – what are they how to use them

In business, a Widget is a fictional type of product that a company, often named Acme, manufactures or sells. In websites, a Widget is a little re-useable app that gets used in the site. In WordPress, a Widgets  are “WordPress Plugins that add visitor visual and interactivity options and features, such as sidebar widgets for… Continue Reading …

It’s all in your Head(ing)

If you look at most web pages, you’ll see that some text is larger, bolder or a contrasting color from the normal paragraph text. Three are 2 ways to make this happen. The wrong way is to format the text to make it large and to change the color. LIke this: Wow, this is really… Continue Reading …

Creating a FAQ page using blog posts

One of the nice things about WordPress is how easily it sorts and displays content. Once you understand this, You’ll find that it makes for a lot of really fun things you can do with it. One of my favorite applications of this is creating an ever expanding list of frequently asked questions. This makes… Continue Reading …

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