MozCon 2016 in Seattle – See You There!

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!

Remove Sharedaddy Sharing from the Post Excerpt in WordPress

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

My New Book Is Now Published!

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!

Cinemagraphs – Cool Alternatives to Video

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

My thoughts on “Mobilegeddon”

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”