From blunder, through trauma to normality.
Last Updated: July 15, 2017
It was time to move my website to the hosting here at WA.I had thought about it for weeks and then spent time checking threads here for the simplest way.Got some great guidance from MarionBlack, installed the clone wp plug in and got under way.Following the procedure at site builder was straightforward and in no time, I was logging in through WA.Schoolboy error: did not allow enough time for the change, so was unknowingly still working on my site on its original host.Result was, when logging in
How much do you value your email address?
Last Updated: July 8, 2017
I have followed with interest a discussion about buying email lists. One question now comes to mind. Having entrusted your email to someone, how do you feel about their having sold it?Consequently, receiving unsolicited messages from a stranger?Surely, this is the very definition of what everyone here professes to hate - spam?Because you believe your messages are great, does not make them of any value to me whatsoever.Just my opinion, but I do not know many who do not resent having their time a
Solve a Problem With a Free Resource
Last Updated: April 4, 2017
Starting and running an online business can present us with any number of problems, some of which can only be solved by spending money.One example is needing to increase traffic by buying advertising.One problem many of us face is coping with the many links we need to use on a regular basis. Research often calls for regular use of various online resources, while more and more tools are being hosted online.To keep order with these links, I use a wonderfully simple tool called Papaly.com.It is re
A plea on behalf of your reader
Last Updated: August 29, 2014
Imagine, if you will, you have agreed to bake a cake for your friend's birthday - or some other occasion. You are not as confident as you might be, because you have not baked many cakes in the past, but you understand the principles involved and have a great recipe to guide you. You also have all of the necessary ingredients assembled, so you are good to go. On the big day, you find yourself a little short of time, so you arrive at your friend's house with a bowl of beautifully mixed and blende
So Your Site Is Sociable, Now What
Last Updated: February 14, 2014
Having these cute sharing buttons on our pages and posts (as recommended by Kyle) is all very well, but how daunting is it for a novice to keep up with what is happening on 4 or 5 social networks? I decided I want to be as efficient as possible, so I am trying out something called https://hootsuite.com The 'dashboard' looks quite neat and the developers claim that significant amounts of time can be saved, by having access to multiple networks on one screen. I have yet to prove this, but have no