Find examples, GOOD examples, before you create

If you are starting out online either through a Web site, Facebook page, or Twitter, it is always good to learn by example. However, you need to make sure you are finding GOOD examples. In the late 90’s, it was easy to find Web sites and copy their layouts. The problem was, there were a […]

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Keeping your blog current (software-wise) and secure

So between work and life and research for the next few blog posts, I haven’t gotten to blog or tweet much. Here are a few things I’ve been working on: Password managers, such as LastPass and KeePass, when to develop/not develop an app, and YouTube recommended video optimization. I’ve also been dealing with OpenID not […]

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Finding Your Voice

I think many blogs and social networking attempts fail because the creator of the feed hasn’t found their voice. A Web developer or marketer will say to a client, “You must have a blog! You must Tweet! You must use a Facebook Page!” but never really goes any further than establishing pages and accounts and […]

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