The Choices That Are Going To Make Or Break Your Business Site

Your business website is going to be an important arm of the company in its entirety. You need to make sure you get it right not only for the visitors


Business, Development, Geek

Create An Effective DIY Website

If you’re just starting out in business and aren’t yet making money, then it probably isn’t the best idea to drop thousands on a fancy website – not at the



Writing Your Way to Success: How to Make Your Blog a Business

Taking your blog to the next level can really help you to turn it into a business. There is nothing stopping you from making money from your website. That’s not


Business, Entrepreneur, Freelance

March to Your Own Beat: Your Career as a Freelancer Begins Here

There are so many perks to becoming a freelancer. And one of the big ones is that you finally get to march to your own beat. You don’t have to


Branding, Business, Design, Development, Freelance, Inspiration, Tips, Web, Wordpress

The Essentials on Building a Successful Business Website

In the online business world, there is no one set of best design decisions that fits all types of businesses. There are however a few design and marketing rules and


Apps, Entrepreneur, Freelance, Geek, Inspiration, Nerd Fun, Productivity, Tips, Web

Improve Your Skill Set for Free with These Online Resources

As a developer, it’s important to learn the most current platforms, as the field of software development evolves at a pace faster than any other. But unlike doctors, lawyers, or


Business, Entrepreneur, Freelance, Startup, Tech, Tips

An Onboarding Process to Keep Employees Honest, Safe & Engaged

Your recruiting efforts have delivered the best and the brightest. The newbies have great backgrounds and strong skills, but a new hire knows nothing of the culture, mission or goals


Business, Entrepreneur, Geek, Startup, Tips, Web

Economical E-Commerce: Start a Business in 5 Steps and $500

The story of how multinational corporation HP started should inspire anyone with a little cash and a dream. Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard were recent Stanford University graduates in 1939