Posts by Amy Masson

The Secret to Generating Ad Revenue on your Blog

Secret to generating ad revenue

If you have a blog that isn’t for business, there’s a good chance you’d like to monetize it and make a little extra cash. So you sign up for Google AdSense, create your javascript ads, and start slapping them all over your page. One in the sidebar, one in the post body, one in the…

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Meta descriptions are short again!

One of the things you can do with your content is provide meta descriptions. A meta description is simply a description of your page, seen by search engines, so that they know what your page is about. If you’re lucky, they’ll show up in the SERPS (search engine results pages) for your page. If you…

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Janine Latus

Janine Latus

We love our writer clients! (And we think they love us too.) When our client, Janine Latus. came to me and said she wanted an updated site to focus on speaking, I was quick to jump on it and get her an updated site that does what she needs and get it done fast. She…

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Secrets of a Successful Website

Secrets of Website Success

Have you ever watched the show Flip or Flop on HGTV? The show has two professional house flippers who make a living finding homes, buying them quickly, rehabbing them, and then putting them back on the market with the hope of a big profit. I feel like there should be an Internet version of this,…

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My Optics of Little Silver

My Optics of Little Silver

I love it when a site comes together so quickly and easily. Dr. Lin of My Optics of Little Silver needed a new website and logo. It didn’t need to be elaborate, her practice was already thriving. But she wanted her patients to be able to find her, contact her, schedule appointments and order contacts…

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Hiring a small team for your WordPress website

Web Design Company

When it comes to website design and development, there are a lot of choices. There are huge companies with lots of employees, big offices and big fees. Then on the flip side, you have new freelancers working solo out of coffee shops or off-shore developers working for a fraction of the cost and then there’s…

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Top Benefits of having a WordPress Website

Top Benefits of WordPress

We love WordPress. That’s not earth shattering news. I was taking my daughter to get her French horn repaired yesterday and was chatting with the owner of the shop who was having some website issues and he told me he used Joomla. I told him my own website was once in Joomla, but we switched…

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Frequently “Should-Be” Asked Questions

Frequently Should be Asked Questions

I’m a big proponent of having an FAQ page on your website. If someone lands on your site, they probably got there for a reason and not because they clicked through on a cat meme. They probably want more information and probably have some questions. And studies show that if you can answer their questions…

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