A month ago, I experienced my first time attending / being a sponsor for StartupOKC. It did not disappoint! The volunteers that run StartupOKC were amazing, and there were impressive large sponsors that brought valuable coaches for the participants. The ideas were ground-breaking and the work accomplished by all these teams were nothing short of
You have a shiny, brand-new website. It looks great, loads quickly, has all of the bells and whistles you hoped it would. But having a good website isn’t enough. People have to know about it, visit it, use it. How do you know if people are coming to your site? Where are they coming from?
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You’re smart. You know that it’s important to use the right tools for any given job. You wouldn’t use scissors to mow your lawn (unless you’re THAT guy…) and ideally, you wouldn’t use a hammer to remove a screw. The same thing is true about the technology you use for your business. Why would you
Many of you either currently have or have had WordPress sites that you created yourself – and that’s great. I want to give you props for taking that leap and getting it done on your own. Avoid having an “unmanaged” WordPress site by asking yourself these questions: Are you using the most cost effective hosting
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It’s 2017. And like everything else, the World Wide Web keeps changing. “Experts” have a list of to-do’s, suggest certain looks, and put high value on certain functionality. You see and hear buzz words – like “responsive” or “user interface”. One person says one thing, someone else says another. You have a business to run
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