In July of 2012, I was the last presenter on the final day of National Speakers Association National Convention. There were a little more than 100 people in the room as I covered using WordPress to Show Meeting Planners You Mean Business and 21 Things Meeting and Event Planners are Looking for in Your Speaker
People are always asking me what hosting company to use to host their website; even more so lately it seems. This is probably because just about every hosting company they’ve tried has let them down in some way. Downtime, double-billing, website slowness, loss of passwords, forbidden access, inconsiderate support techs, the list goes on and
Jeanne Robertson is a professional humorist who just delivered the best keynote to kick off a conference that I’ve ever seen. And, when you’re speaking at National Speakers Association National Convention, you’d better really nail it! Jeanne has been getting paid to speak for 47 years. Can you imagine that? Jeanne is a career speaker
Here’s a recording of Judith Briles interviewing me on the Rockstar Radio Network last week. When her and I get together to talk websites, we could just go on forever! But force us to only talk about the most important elements of a website today, and an hour radio show goes by mighty quick!
If you are starting your first website, you are of the fortunate many who have the opportunity to start at the top by doing things right the first time around by implementing a new WordPress website. Here’s what’s going to happen though.
The Ultimate FREE Guide to Making Blog Posts with WordPress I’m asked several times a month by clients how to make a blog post. Sometimes the question is about where to get the content, how to post the format, what to do about images, and of course SEO.
You’ve heard the saying that “There’s no I in TEAM.” Well, that’s true, unless you’re part of a GREAT team! I was emailing a potential HereNextYear client a couple of days ago and talking about our amazing team. In one of the sentences I mentioned the phrase GREAT team! and put an exclamation point