Tag Archives: WordPress

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How to repurpose blog content

Earlier this year, I blogged about how to audit your web content, and today I want to look at how to repurpose blog content that may need a refresh or is worth pushing to the top of your feed with new thoughts. In essence, this post is … Read On ›

Tools I LOVE, every day

Originally posted February 13, 2014, this post has been updated with new additions for 2020. I love the work I do. And I love the tools that help me do it! Today, I want to tell you about the tools and resources that I personally adore. Without them, … Read On ›

How should writers display their work?

Designers have visuals-galore to use in their website “work” or “portfolio” section. Writers usually don’t. They have words. So when it comes to designing websites for writers, the portfolio section can pose a unique challenge. This is one of the topics that came up at a workshop I gave this summer … Read On ›

Is it called “Client Onboarding”?

I had the honor of returning as a speaker at WordCamp Atlanta in May 2019. My session was:  Getting Clients to Sign on the Dotted Line Consultations, estimates, proposals, contracts, oh my! If onboarding your clients is a struggle, this session is for you. I’ll share my super straightforward … Read On ›

5 Common WordPress Misconceptions

When it comes to WordPress misconceptions, I’d like to set the record straight. Here are some common misconceptions and concerns that I hear about WordPress, and here’s how I respond to them.  Misconception #1: WordPress is just for bloggers WordPress is a Content Management System that helps to manage … Read On ›