Archives for October 2009

Guest Post at Blog For Profit

If you are looking for some tips on how to get started with video on your blog you might want to check out the guest post I did yesterday over at Blog for Profit. Grant Griffiths is someone I consider a friend, even if he is a lawyer by training. đŸ˜‰ He’s the owner of… Read More »

Free and Easy Social Media Plan

Weaving social media into your business marketing plan doesn’t have to be a complicated affair. The basic principles are simple and straight forward. In fact I’ll lay out the whole explanation for you right here. It’s yours for free to get you started with social media today. Are you ready? Here you go! Basic Truth… Read More »

Best Way to Get Started with WordPress

Yesterday someone asked me what’s the best way to get started with WordPress. Good question. With its free code and famous 5 minute installation, WordPress is a great platform for the do-it-yourself website and folks looking to have a top notch website on a very tight budget. Since WordPress installation is so straight forward should you… Read More »

Add Video to Spice Up Your Business Blog

Most people agree that much of our everyday communication is non-verbal. The common number thrown around is 93% because of some study in California back in the 70’s. Seems high to me because words are important. But hey, I’m not in California. Or in the 70’s. Regardless a whole bunch gets left out when just… Read More »

Google Chrome for Mac – An Early Look

By this point Google Chrome is old news since it’s been out for months. At least for Windows users it has anyway. For Google, releasing Chrome in a Mac compatible version hasn’t been much of a priority. With a few glaring exceptions, these days most companies have moved away from treating Mac users like inconvenient… Read More »

Business Blog Posts Made Easy

If you feel you don’t have time to add blogging for your business into your already overflowing schedule there is some good news. Writing posts for your business blog is easier than you think.

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