Category: Dash of Humor
These beginner tutorials have a dash of humor added. Humor makes learning about websites, search engines and social media easier and a bit more fun.
Search engines (such as Google) have a mission. They want to provide high quality information to their users. So they send robots across the Internet to hunt for it. A search-engine friendly website makes it easy for them to do their job.
You’ve spent many hours planning your website. Now your visitors arrive. You figure that your extensive experience, exceptional service and testimonials will persuade them to choose your business over your competitors. But your content-rich site may be missing one key ingredient: readability.
There are Pros and Cons to adding a blog to a small business website. There are also hurdles and stumbling blocks that small business owners may encounter. After writing about them in my last blog post, I decided, just for the fun of it, to explore existing small business blogs in New Hampshire. Here’s a list of Continue Reading »
If you are a small business owner with a WordPress website, this tutorial is for you. WordPress websites are often targets of Brute Force Attacks for the mere fact that WordPress is a popular CMS.
I love Pinterest. It is a great social media platform for creative, visually-oriented people. It’s also different from most other popular social media websites. So if you’re struggling with your efforts on Facebook or Twitter, don’t despair. Pinterest may be right for you. Think you’re funny? You can demonstrate your sense of humor on Pinterest too. Engaging with your followers this way as a business can help humanize your brand and make it seem more approachable.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an exciting topic for website owners. Image optimization, on the other hand, is often overlooked and misunderstood. But they actually have a very close relationship. In fact, they could be considered a pixel perfect match. There are 4 Basic Steps to getting an image in tip top shape for your website.
This simple tutorial utilizes a red velvet cupcake and a dash of humor to explain these common web design terms: HTML, CSS, PHP and SEO. It is aimed at web design beginners, small business owners and everyday internet surfers.
You don’t have to like recipes or fashion design to love Pinterest. Other kinds of people exist on the social network too. If you look closely, you can find Pinterest users who are interested in photography and search engine optimization. Some are passionate about writing. Others prefer American History or the macabre. You just have to look deeper.