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As many of my readers, family, and friends may know, my background comes first and foremost from my love of visual art. Honestly, there was a time where I abhorred the use of computers in art, commercial or otherwise. I did everything I could to try to escape the digital menace. But that was before…(Read More)

I recently read an article that stated that most small business owners think that they have an as-seen-on-TV “Set-it-and-forget-it” website. Today, I decided to run an analysis of the search engine optimization for about eight of my clients sites today. Many of their scores have dropped by as…(Read More)

Are you on Facebook? Do you have a Facebook page? If you own a business or professional practice, you probably should. You may have heard about “The Purple Cow.” I’ve made mention of it in past blogs and articles, but it’s worth repeating the meaning: If you were driving along the highway in…(Read More)

Last year, I was introduced to Twitter. I started to notice that some of the people I was following had a REALLY cool, custom, and different look to them. I wanted to learn more about those people, and, subsequently, I started to follow them and their “tweets.” A friend of mine, Tony Dinon of MVP…(Read More)

Check out the new website we’ve built for Lee’s Academy of Martial Arts www.leekungfu.com Lee’s specializes in authentic Kung Fu styles including Chinese Kenpo, Northern Shaolin Longfist, Temple-style Tai Chi Chuan, and Wing Chun. They also offer urban self defense (White-collar Warrior by Bob Bartkowski), Filipino Kali and…(Read More)

Check out the new website that we have built for Trish Kroner’s Safety Net Money Solutions www.safetynetmoneysolutions.com Contact Trish if you are or someone you know is a divorcee, widow, or retiree who wants income and a safe place to save for your retirement…(Read More)

Recently I had the occasion of dealing with a good friend of mine on a graphics project. As somewhat of an experiment and as part of a barter deal, I agreed to do the project at my cost. Moreover, purely from a labor-cost standpoint, I had my supplier manufacture the work. The resulting scenario…(Read More)

In a previous post, I outlined a story where a friend of mind, who was viewed as the leader of a group, blew off one of his monthly meetings. By the way, this infraction as well as the stated summer hiatus of the meeting, has broken the momentum, abruptly halting the flywheel of what was…(Read More)

WOW! I’ve had a lot of REALLY useful knowledge crammed into my brain over the course of the last two weeks. Having completed training in Project Management towards a PMP Certification, and nearing completion of training for a Six Sigma Green Belt, there are a TON of opportunities that, as I business owner, I…(Read More)

I want to share a brief story about a recent conversation I had with a fellow consultant. One of the topics we discussed was the labor of logo creation. It was pointed out to me that you could purchase a custom logo for as little as $6 online. Basically, what happens is that an overseas…(Read More)

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