You may believe your blog needs your name and face to gain trust. But this isn’t true for most blogs, and there are advantages to keeping it impersonal.
Earlier this week, a hula hoop performer told the story of being asked to perform at a $1000/plate event for Oprah Winfrey for free. The producers suggested that the exposure would be well worth her time and expenses in performing. The problem was, she’d obviously already gotten enough exposure to come to the attention of
Things have changed around here – again. I started this site about nine years ago (actually under a different domain name) as a journal of my struggles to learn everything I could about running websites. Then for the past few years I stopped maintaining this site for the most part because I was too busy
I’ve been working with the Genesis Framework for WordPress lately, and I recently discovered there are two ways to make Genesis display the post meta and info conditionally, and which method you need depends whether the theme is HTML5 or not. On most sites, I use excerpts on the front page, and most Genesis themes