Artists draw their inspiration from their connection to the world. Things like “writer’s block” and other labels for being stuck are no surprise when we’ve gotten too comfortable. Too walled off or callous. Life has a way of slapping the smirk off our faces at strange times.
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“More traffic is always better!” is a thought pattern that just won’t do the web a favor and crawl under a log. Yes, websites need traffic to accomplish anything. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned in years of doing research for clients it’s this: the bulk of websites either parrot the same information or […]
In a recent discussion with David Wyatt of Design One Web, whom I’ve worked with for a couple years, we went into detail about some of the more important things someone learning SEO needs to know. These items were borne of my own trial and error as well as countless hours reading, researching, and testing. […]
There’s trial and error in anything, but we can all shorthand our learning by following those with a track record of success. One blog in particular I can recommend is Neil Patel’s blog. There are a lot of SEO blogs out there; let me tell you why this one. Nothing on Neil’s blog is conjecture. […]
I’m passionate about writing, but I’ve written a lot of crap over the years. When I look back at older works of mine it often feels like pulling a tarp off an old project, cringing at it, and quickly replacing the tarp before anyone else sees. A lot of them I felt good about at the time, […]