Monthly Archives: August 2013

To ‘Free’ or Not to ‘Free’

I tried half a dozen different titles and gave up. Apologies for the hokey pun. Elsewhere I have written that free is a strategy, not a price. Though that post is about giving your work or product away as a … Continue reading

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How Long Should Website Updates Take?

Less than 24 hours, in most cases. In the other cases, you should get an immediate response with an acceptable timeline. Here’s how we do it: Simple text changes are usually done before we even reply to the client. It … Continue reading

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Is Your Web Designer Holding Your WordPress Website Hostage?

You paid a professional web designer to set up your WordPress site. You’ve been updating your blog and now want to add a new product to your widgetized home page. You realize you can do this yourself without paying the … Continue reading

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WordPress: Special Hosting Needed?

No secret that we’re big fans of self-hosted WordPress. Get a good hosting package, install your own copy of WordPress (it’s free, after all) and you’re blogging away, with a solid website built around that blog.

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