Category: Web Professional

  • How to find more clients

    How to find more clients

    “How do I find more clients for my WordPress business?”, he asked. The folks sitting in the room shifted in their seats as if it were some choreographed routine. “Hustle!”, someone blurted out. There was a collective laugh with a taste of pain and uncertainty. Like we’ve all been there before and we know what […]

  • We Are The 99% (Of Startups)

    We Are The 99% (Of Startups)

    For the last year I’ve been running a company while building a software as a service product within the same ecosystem. I listen to interviews on Mixergy and ThisWeekIn Startups that inspire me, educate me, and piss me off. Why? Because it seems that only the 1% in Silicon Valley are really going to make […]

  • The Free Fall Of A Startup Entrepreneur

    The Free Fall Of A Startup Entrepreneur

    You know the dream where you’re free falling from the the sky? Your whole body weightless as gravity pushes you to the earth. A massive knot in your stomach wrenching in fear. Panic sets in as you scramble for the parachute. Grasping and tugging at your vest to find the right one. There is no […]

  • Piss People Off By Making Money

    Piss People Off By Making Money

    Chris Brogan is back at it again. Pissing people off by releasing a new book, Google+ for Business: How Google’s Social Network Changes Everything (aff. link) If you don’t know Chris, he’s a pioneer of a business model that has really taken off in the last few years. Selling knowledge.  “People have been doing it for […]

  • Improve Your Business With Your Most Valuable Resource

    Improve Your Business With Your Most Valuable Resource

    We have connections all around us. Do you value each and every one? Recently I had a terrible customer service (hell, loyalty) experience at a local coffee shop I frequent. Insulted and offended by the owner after asking to reboot their wifi router. This is a common occurrence that a regular like myself, who spends $1k+ annually, would be […]

  • The Desktop Is Dead. Long Live The Desktop.

    The Desktop Is Dead. Long Live The Desktop.

    Has anyone else noticed the retro trend we’re experiencing? Remember when you would go to OfficeMax or CompUSA to buy your boxed (gasp) software? Racing home to pop in CD’s 1 – 4 to do a complete install? Maybe you remember as far back as Windows 95? 20 – 30 3.5″ floppy disks. Them were […]