Carol asked me recently whether she should include a blog with her website. Like many business owners, she didn’t really understand the powerful, business building (or strangling) differences between a website and a blogsite.
The first thing to understand is that a blogsite and website have the same appearance. They each have pages, links, ads, and other content. You can even make a website do the same things a blogsite does. The difference is this: Anyone can handle a blogsite, and it takes a programmer to handle a website.
Blogsites are dead-nuts easy to manage. You definitely want a Continue reading
First, I’m trying to fix the problem with my WP Template – it shows properly in FireFox, but not in IE. If I can’t get it to show properly in IE, I’ll have to switch templates.
Wish me luck.
About Social Bookmarking. Do you use this?
You can see from my blog that I’m working with Continue reading
I’ve been reading Paul Myers’ latest edition of TalkBiz.
If you haven’t seen it yet, just go to http://talkbiz.com/tbn061709.php?page=40. And while you’re there, sign-up for Paul’s newsletter. It’s free, and packed with useable information.
The latest edition came out 17 June with Continue reading
This is late for me, so this one will be short.
Have you connected your blog with your Twitter account? If you have a WP blog, just search for Twitter Tools on the “add new plugins” page. It’s a widget by Alex King.
I’m using it now, and it’s a handy way to update your Twitter every time you post to your blog.
Have a good weekend.