The Best-Laid Plans

The Best-Laid Plans

We had grand plans to simplify our business (and lives) by moving to an all-in-one solution for CRM, Project Management, Billing, Invoicing, and Marketing.  We reviewed over 100 solutions, tested 12, and even paid for and implemented one.  We ran into one small...

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Tech Tips: Password Security & Strength

Tech Tips: Password Security & Strength

Those of you that have been with us for a while will recognize this post; it's a re-post from September 2014.  Some may not have seen it before, and it's information worth repeating.  I've tweaked it with some updated information so it is still relevant.  Please let...

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Know What You’re Paying For

Know What You’re Paying For

We've had a recent influx of customers that have been burnt by their previous web designer.  For some, a substantial amount of money had been paid, but they couldn't stand the sight of their site when it was 'finished'.  Others liked the design of their site, but had...

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Be a visible demonstrator

If you're a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, you may be hindering your sales without even knowing it. Many times I've used the Demonstrator Locator to find information on some of our customers (like demonstrator number for shopping links), only to get zero results.  If I...

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Sticky Posts

Sticky Posts

  Ever found yourself wishing you could keep a post 'on top' or at the beginning of your blog?  Maybe a welcome message?  You can...the sticky posts option is built right into Wordpress! In order to make a post 'sticky', either create and save a new draft, or...

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TinyMCE Advanced = Font Family Changes

Last week I alluded to introducing a way to change font sizes, font families, and more when editing a post or page in Wordpress.  For those that have been asking for that functionality, your patience has paid off! Wordpress uses TinyMCE, a JavaScript 'what you see is...

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