How to Curate Content without Regurgitation

As a webmaster, coming up with creative, interesting and original content on a daily basis is no easy task. Sometimes it feels like it doesn’t matter how hard you try to beat other bloggers or webmasters to post great content first, because you somehow always manage to fell behind in Google rankings or page views. […]

Web Hosting Providers Features: Is Live Chat Worth it for Your Small Business?

Getting involved with a web hosting provider is something that usually lasts at least one year, so it’s a big decision. There are many different web hosting companies to choose from, so it’s important that a hopeful website owner considers the different features that a company may or may not offer. There are tons of […]

Lacking Inspiration? Read A Blog to Write A Blog!

This is a guest post by Cori Padgett, the creative brains and dubious brawn behind the blog Big Girl Branding. Alright, sometimes blogging isn’t easy. One day you get stuck and at a loss as to what to write about. Another day you feel like what you’re blogging about is just dull, dry and boring. […]

4 Ways to Store your Blog Ideas

Ideas for blog posts can come anytime and anywhere- from when you’re driving home from work, to while you’re in the shower, to waking you in the middle of the night. The first thing to do? Write it down. Here are some methods to store your ideas, so you never forget a great one! In […]

How To Conduct A Great Interview

The other day, someone got in touch with me and told me I should do a post on how to conduct a good interview. The reason? This person has just been interviewed and the questions they received were so bad, they told the interviewer to redo them and try again. The questions were better the […]

Could You Use 200 Dollars?

In these tough economic times, I’m sure winning $200.00 is not such a bad thing. WPWebhost which is a webhosting company specializing in hosting WordPress powered sites is holding a contest of sorts. They will be giving away five different awards for specific site design categories. The categories are, modern and elegant, clean and minimalist, […]

9 Ideas For Your Dormant Domains

Just a few days ago, I conducted a poll to see how many domains you owned that were just laying dormant. That is, domains you purchased but simply were not doing anything with. So far, the results point to most people having between 1-5 dormant domains just laying around. I have a few domains myself […]

Three Reasons Good Ideas are Like Kidney Stones

I’d been going through what was possibly among the most difficult days of my life, or so I thought, as I cringed in pain on my bed the other night. My kidney stones have recurred. And kidney stones are something you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy. The pain doesn’t go away. Actually it eventually […]

History And Purpose Of ALT And TITLE Attributes

Addicott Web has a great article which provides a bit of history and explanation into the ALT and TITLE HTML attributes. You might think these two attributes provide the same function but they are used for two different purposes. The ALT attribute is an important element to the accessibility community. It began as a way […]