The Best Job In The World

Tourist officials in Australia are looking to hire someone for what’s been called by many “The Best Job In The World”. The requirements: The ability to speak, read and write English well, good swimming skills and a love for snorkeling and scuba diving. No academic qualifications are needed. If you think you qualify, you may […]

Blog Comment Spam- You May Have Caused It

If your blog receives a lot of spam comments, have you ever thought that you may be the culprit? At first, this idea sounds rediculous, but let me explain to you why this may be the case. For those of you who use WordPress as your blog platform, you have some options in your admin […]

Achieve Your Goals One Step At A Time

Everyone with an online presence has a goal in mind- whether that be to gain a certain number of visitors to your site, RSS subscribers, make a certain amount of money, or gain a high Google Pagerank. How well you keep your motivation may depend much on you. It is important to set realistic, achievable […]

Color Coordination Made Simple

When it comes to designing websites, it is important to color coordinate your pages well so that they look more professional and appealing to your visitors. This is when I load up one of my favorite pieces of software- Pixie. Pixie is a small, simple piece of software designed by Nattyware that is used to […]

How To Make A Great Landing Page

If you’ve got a landing page that you want to rank well in the search engines, you’ve got to be sure that it is designed with search engines in mind. If you want your landing page campaign to be successful, make sure you follow these five rules: 1. My landing page contains at least 250 […]

Don't Wait On Domain Name Propagation

Since I usually flip at least a few websites each month, I’m continuously acquiring domain names, setting up and removing hosting accounts. I prefer to design each website online rather than on my local computer, but I don’t want visitors or search engine spiders to find the site until it’s completely finished. How do I […]

Don’t Wait On Domain Name Propagation

Since I usually flip at least a few websites each month, I’m continuously acquiring domain names, setting up and removing hosting accounts. I prefer to design each website online rather than on my local computer, but I don’t want visitors or search engine spiders to find the site until it’s completely finished. How do I […]

The Power Of Anchor Text

Have you ever wondered exactly what kind of power lies in the hands of anchor text? Let me enlighten you. Back in 2003, a bunch of people who didn’t like George Bush too much got together and inserted links everywhere they could that looked like this: Miserable Failure Eventually, enough websites linked to George W. […]

Remove The Unremovable

How many times have you attempted to delete a file or folder in Windows, but were given a notice such as this: I run into this problem quite often when working with Adobe Illustrator files. Even though the program is closed and the file is not in use, many times Windows will not allow me […]

Unlock The Power Of Google

Do You Take Advantage of All Google’s Tools? Did you know that Google is good for more than just searching for websites? Most of us may know some of the basics such as how to check for backlinks, related sites, etc. I’m going to show you some great resources that you may have been missing […]

Site Of The Week- Enkayblog.com

Well folks, it’s time to pick a new Site of the Week- the first one of 2009, in fact! This week’s featured site is: Enkayblog.com A nice, unique design makes this blog easy to navigate, and it takes no time at all to find what you’re looking for. The post that helped me choose this […]

WP-Textarea

WP-Textarea is a very simple plugin used to set the default textarea height to your liking when writing posts or pages in your WordPress blog. WP-Textarea has been tested and is stable on WordPress versions 1.5-2.7. Why Use WP-Textarea When writing posts or pages, the small default size of the textarea where you insert your […]