Skip This Intro if You Already Know What Zapier Is When we take on a new Web Design, SEO, or Social Media Marketing client, I used to manually perform several client on-boarding tasks such as entering the client’s info into our CRM, adding them to our accounting software, sending them a welcome newsletter, and so on. These tasks aren’t extremely difficult, but they are time consuming admin tasks which I prefer not to spend most… continue reading »
Unlike a LinkedIn personal profile, a LinkedIn company page can have multiple administrators. Like Facebook company pages, you can add a cover photo, post status updates, and add your company website address on a LinkedIn company page. As of today, we haven’t got any inquiries from our LinkedIn company page, but if anything, having a LinkedIn company page gave us a backlink to our company website (even if it was a nofollow link). Nofollow links still have an effect… continue reading »
You’ve invested long and hard hours to generate website copy that generates leads and gets your company discovered on the first page of major search engines. What do you do if another person or company copies your content? Read this blog post to find out what you can when this happens.
Wufoo forms speed up the form creation and editing process, and by using their forms theme maker, you can style Wufoo forms to look like they are part of your website. If a you can’t style a Wufoo form exactly the way that you want by using their forms theme maker (i.e. a font isn’t available in the theme maker), you can apply a stylesheet that is hosted on your website’s server or a Dropbox folder. Read this post to find out how.
In the past, managing multiple Instagram accounts required logging out of your current Instagram account and logging in to a new Instagram account. Now, Instagram allows you to manage up to 5 accounts on its mobile app. You can manage more than that on a desktop computer if you are using Hootsuite, but publishing still needs to go through the mobile app.
Brad Iroff, a known WordPress web designer/developer in the Atlanta area who passed away earlier this year, pitched Beaver Builder to me in a Skype call. He had told me (Tom Nguyen) that Beaver Builder was a game changer for people that work with WordPress. I didn’t believe him. Our company had its go-to premium WordPress themes, but we started coding our own WordPress themes with the Bootstrap framework for our clients that wanted a custom web design solution. With the exception of the Divi theme from ElegantThemes, I wasn’t a believer in drag and drop WordPress content editors. I had no interest in using Beaver Builder, so Brad’s words went in one ear and went out the other.