Hello Everyone, It’s official! I’ve been working in this industry for well over a decade, and have developed (from scratch) well over a hundred WordPress sites. My experience with working with clients over the years, has uncovered one very big truth: It is hard for individuals and new businesses to find the capital to invest […]
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As many friends and clients are beginning or considering working on their own blog, I thought I might list some important things to consider before you start or because you want to improve your blog. I came across this post that highlights many of the tips that are most relevant to today’s internet landscape, that […]
In updating the website for The Shutterworks in Calgary, I ensured that I consulted the team, handling web marketing, first. We discussed the pros and cons of the current site, so we knew what to maintain and/or include, and what to discard to market the site without losing any traction. We kept the majority of […]
I recently completed a website for Costa Caulking in the Greater Toronto Area. A great company with an impeccable record of doing an amazingly professional job. We completed this site using WordPress as the CMS. We updated their previous site’s slightly dated look, as well as added some new features, including a responsive design for […]
WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system. The large majority of websites nowadays use WordPress; in fact of the millions of websites out right now, approximately 19% of them are using this system.” Why?”, you may ask. Here are the top ten reasons. WordPress is free and open […]
I had the great pleasure to work with an ambitious client in Calgary named Leo. I helped him design an App Landing page and website for his new business venture – White Knight Safety Solutions, an app that works across major devices created to ease in reporting safety incidents in the Oil and Gas industry. […]