Yearly Archives: 2014


How to Automatically Log out Idle Users in WordPress

Take a look at this article on how to automatically log out idle users on your WordPress site using a nifty little plugin called WP Idle Logout. This  will help alleviate potential hijack threats to your website...and save you a lot of downtime. It is simple, yet effective. WordPress site comes with new challenges. For [...]

By | 2014-12-24T14:41:27+00:00 December 24th, 2014|Curated, How To, Wordpress|0 Comments

Attention: WordPress 4.0.1 Security Release

WordPress 4.0.1 is now available. This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. Sites that support automatic background updates will be updated to WordPress 4.0.1 within the next few hours. If you are still on WordPress 3.9.2, 3.8.4, or 3.7.4, you will be [...]

By | 2014-12-11T13:47:21+00:00 December 11th, 2014|Wordpress|0 Comments

Default to Wordress Published Pages and Posts

Wordpress Quick Tip: I have a few clients with several hundred pages on their Wordpress Content Management System. Many of these pages are often times in "Draft" mode. If you are a Wordpress user, you will know that the Pages and Posts filter defaults to "All" (includes Published, Drafts, and Private). When I am making [...]

By | 2014-10-20T09:28:43+00:00 October 20th, 2014|Wordpress|0 Comments

Stop Doing These 5 Things (on your blog) NOW!

Author: Carra and DJ Want your blog posts to get a little more love? Here's our list of the top 5 things NOT to do on your blog, along with the reasons why. Put your social sharing icons right at the top (and/or side, and/or bottom) of your blog posts. There a many free plugins [...]

By | 2014-04-27T15:42:21+00:00 April 26th, 2014|Content Strategy, Curated|0 Comments

6 Steps to Managing Your Overwhelming Workload

Article by Doug and Polly White on Let’s be clear, being a successful entrepreneur is hard work -- very hard work. From learning new tasks to managing employees and planning for future growth, there isn't a lot of time in the day to make huge errors. That said, entrepreneurs can learn to work smarter, [...]

By | 2014-04-05T22:39:16+00:00 April 4th, 2014|Curated|0 Comments

Email Marketing Essentials: Checklist for Writing Emails That Get Opened

By Brooke Furry at If an email arrives in Judy’s inbox and she never opens it, was it worth the send? Email Marketing is all about the open. Digital marketers who throw their hearts and souls into creating email campaigns with real personality and value know that regular, consistent email campaigns can accomplish great [...]

By | 2014-04-01T21:49:51+00:00 March 31st, 2014|Curated|0 Comments

How to Turn Bland Text into Sparkling Online Content

Some great advice from by Henneke on Copyblogger on how to "spice up" your online content.  What I have found effective is to just write like you an active voice. You will find that the words will flow and it will be easier to write. Let me know what you think of this article. [...]

By | 2014-04-01T21:22:51+00:00 March 28th, 2014|Curated|0 Comments

Tips for Hiring your next Web Developer

Chris Lema shares the Do's and Don'ts on hiring your next web developer. Know your budget, your objectives, your milestones, and by all means, recommend them if they do a great job! Let me know what you think. Imagine…. Imagine walking into a new model home and checking the whole thing out. As you move [...]

By | 2014-03-30T14:57:29+00:00 March 25th, 2014|Curated|0 Comments