WordPress Is Evolving And It Will Affect You Starting this year WordPress is dramatically and irrevocably changing the way it looks, works, and handles data. This is going to cause some growing pains and some people may be wondering why the company would change a product that is working perfectly fine. While I can't answer … Continue reading WordPress Is Evolving – Stage One Is Gutenberg – Resistance Is Futile
This is wonderfully simple post with examples to inspire uncomplicated, font-based logos. A good starting point for small business owners who don’t have design skills looking to explore developing their own business logo. Remember to get feedback from friends before deploying your self-made logo. Outside input is always good!
What if you don’t have the resources to have someone create a logo, or aren’t confident in your design chops? Sometimes a few letters are all you need — all the following sites use their initials for graphic, memorable logos.
Monograms aren’t just for polo shirts, and simple doesn’t mean boring or unremarkable. Pick a font that matches your brand’s personality and add a color — there are infinite possibilities, so you can create something elegant, playful, or bold.
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Google this year has stepped up its campaign to convert the world wide web to operate entirely over SSL/TLS secured connections. Their latest salvo is to highlight in the address bar of their Chrome browser Secure or Not Secure when visiting websites that are encrypted or not encrypted respectively. Other browsers are following suit which … Continue reading Convert Your Business Websites To HTTPS
Here is a simple truth about your business's web presence: the more useful, relevant, and positive data about your business on the web, the better it is for your business regardless of how small or insignificant the data may seem. In my last blog post I discussed easy ideas for making regular changes and updates … Continue reading 7 Ways To Expand Your Web Presence
Many business owners don't give their website much attention after it's been built and published. For whatever reasons their website becomes a static brochure that fulfils a very basic role. But, making regular updates and changes to your website is good for search engines, humans, performance, and security. Here is a list of updates and changes you can easily and inexpensively enact on a regular basis.
Not too long ago I had a client (we'll call her Sarah) who ended up in a pickle with her website and domain name. Long story short, Sarah originally set up her business website hosting and domain registration through a small company. After many years that company was going out of business. The guy that … Continue reading Domain Name Horror
Back in June I published a post in which I discussed a small product label project for one of my clients. The client, Glenn Family Bakery, was stepping up their presentation game by printing customized sticker labels to put on their new line of CBD baked sweets. At the end of the article I suggested … Continue reading Simple Marketing Theories In Action – Product Labels