Michael Willhite had a website that gave customers basic information, but it was missing the professional touch that he was looking for.
In my growing website consulting business, I have worked on sites ranging from finance blogs to construction companies. I have seen many common problems that can be easily fixed by implementing simple WordPress changes, or switching from static HTML to a dynamic content management system. Here are some issues you should always ask about when working on a new site, or hiring a new designer.
As I grow my portfolio of writing on the web, I see many sites that will only work with freelancers willing to write as a ghostwriter. Based on my experience, this is a terrible idea for both the writer and the site. Here are some reasons to turn away from ghostwriting and proudly putting the author name next to the published work.
On my birthday three years ago, I was at my favorite downtown bar for a few beers with close friends. Little did I know I would be enjoying one of the greatest beers of all time and would never get to try it again.
In October, I attended the third annual Financial Blogger Conference. At FinCon, I hosted the second annual Ignite FinCon speaking event, and took to the stage for my own five minutes of glory. Enjoy!
You don’t often hear people talk about “beautiful St. Louis, Missouri,” but I had a great time enjoying the architecture and a lovely afternoon in Saint Louis as the Financial Blogger Conference came to an end.
When Jeff and Mandy, two popular and successful finance and lifestyle bloggers, came to me to put a new design on their shared blog, I knew this design would be seen by millions.
When District Peaks owner told me he needed a fully functioning real estate website, I knew it would need great ways for potential clients to find properties.
Denver Flash Mob is the number one flash mob planner in Colorado. To ensure potential flash mobbers and customers join up, the site has to let people find what they need quickly.