This post originally appeared on the Mvestor Media blog. This is part 2 of 2 of the my MozCon 2016 review. You can read part 1 here. As I stated earlier, I did not attend every speaker – only those that I thought were relevant to my particular line of business, web design. Taking the … Continue reading MozCon 2016 Review – Part 2
This post originally appeared on the Mvestor Media blog. Last week, I was fortunate enough to visit Seattle for MozCon 2016. This was my 5th MozCon, where my first was in 2011. I was looking for partners for our new Local SEO partner program. As usual, I met up with Brodie Tyler from ReviewJump where we … Continue reading MozCon 2016 Review – Part 1
I’m heading to MozCon 2016 in Seattle, and I’m super excited! With the exception of 2015, I’ve been a MozCon attendee since 2011. I’m very excited to attend again this year. Over the last 2 to 3 years, my business has changed so much. This year, my purpose for going to MozCon is a bit … Continue reading MozCon 2016 in Seattle – See You There!
At Mvestor Media, we regularly make tweaks and updates to sites that we have built or taken over. We were working on a blog slider for a client recently, where we were taking advantage of the_excerpt() to display a snippet of the blog article. They had Jetpack’s Sharedaddy sharing feature enabled, which by default, was … Continue reading Remove Sharedaddy Sharing from the Post Excerpt in WordPress
After several months and lot’s of “writer’s block”, I finally finished my book, entitled, Websites that Win: 11 Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making. I am extremely excited that I have completed this process, as I hope it will propel me into the next phase of my business at Mvestor Media. The book is an essential … Continue reading My New Book Is Now Published!
At Mvestor and FCI, we use a sales pipeline management tool called Base. It’s basically a CRM for any and all deals/quotes/proposals that are currently active. It helps organize, track, maintain the sales process. If you aren’t using The company who built Base is putting on a conference in San Francisco called Forecast (props to … Continue reading See you at Forecast 2015!
So I have been kind of in the dark about this upcoming cinemagraphs “trend” in web design recently. I’m glad I was enlightened, because these things are cool! In layman’s terms, a cinemagraph looks like a still photo, but only a certain element of it moves. I hope that they become more mainstream in current … Continue reading Cinemagraphs – Cool Alternatives to Video
Last week, Google officially rolled out their mobile friendly update, which basically favors websites that are mobile friendly in their search results. This has caused a bit of a panic. Some small business owners are now taking reactive efforts in making their websites mobile friendly, to keep Google happy. I find it interesting for a couple … Continue reading My thoughts on “Mobilegeddon”