Why you must have a mobile-friendly website

Why You Must Have a Mobile-Friendly Website (especially in 2017)

According to a recent report from Pew Research Center, 77% of all American own a smartphone. When they first surveyed smartphone ownership conducted in 2011, that percentage was only 35% – that’s a fairly significant jump in only 6 years. An August 2016 blog post from Search Engine Land state that Google reports indicated that … Read moreWhy you must have a mobile-friendly website

Genesis CSS Column Classes

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The Genesis Framework is one of the most popular for WordPress. They have a ton of great-looking child themes just waiting for you to add your own creative flair and create a fantastic website. I’ve even used them for some clients as a starting point for their site. One of my favorite “hidden features” of … Read moreGenesis CSS Column Classes

Is Do It Together WordPress Coaching right for you?

WordPress One on One Coaching

In my years working with WordPress, I’ve come across a lot of people that had a similar situation. They had a website, so they didn’t need a whole new one, but they did have some questions, and the basic tutorial places covered info that was too basic for them. So, now, what? That’s why I … Read moreIs Do It Together WordPress Coaching right for you?

WordPress 3.8 Parker – First Look

WordPress 3.8 a.k.a. “Parker” was released this week, with a new Dashboard look and some interesting new features. I’m trying something new in this video, and have recorded my “first look” at these changes. Check out the video below to see some of the new features and my reactions to them. I’d love to hear … Read moreWordPress 3.8 Parker – First Look

How to Install WordPress in a subdirectory

The question came up recently about how to install WordPress in a sub-directory so they could use OptimizePress for some landing pages. (OptimizePress is a theme specifically for creating product or event landing pages, squeeze pages, opt-in pages, sales pages, etc. Because it is a theme, it will override your existing theme if you want … Read moreHow to Install WordPress in a subdirectory

Changing the favicon with a Genesis theme

I get a lot of random WordPress questions, and yesterday was no exception. A friend had purchased a Genesis Child Theme – Event Manager – for her upcoming conference for moms. While she was having good success using the theme and getting her site set up, she was having a devil of a time changing … Read moreChanging the favicon with a Genesis theme

Work Sample: Just Call Mike Home Helpers

Michael Harrawood is the husband of a colleague of mine. They called me several months ago, asking for some help with Mike’s website. Mike had started a home repair and handyman type of business, and wanted a simple website to advertise his business online, and provide reference and legitimacy for those looking for more information … Read moreWork Sample: Just Call Mike Home Helpers

What is a Content Management System?

I was speaking with someone today about how using a Content Management System (CMS) can help them have more control over their small business website and was surprised to learn that she wasn’t familiar with the term. This was interesting to me as I thought it was a fairly well known term and was also … Read moreWhat is a Content Management System?