This morning Chris Brown posted a video about Web 2.0. I had in a tab all day, waiting to get enough work done so I could view it. Now that I've had time to view, I wished I wouldn't have waited. The video is a beautiful illustration of how 'Web 2.0' is changing the way we use the net. Now I'm … Read more about Michael Wesch Understands Web 2.0
All right, the cat's out of the bag. I am much more than just a website designer. Healthy WebDesign is all about helping small business owners use the web to plan, develop, execute and grow their business. So yeah, I design the website. But I also help my clients get clear in their objectives and … Read more about One 'Real' Reason Small Business Owners Should Blog
Yesterday a very dear, long-time friend called me to ask my advice about a website. "Sara" (not her real name) is just finishing a naturopathic degree and thought it would be a good idea to have a website to market her services. Sara's mainly a stay-at-home mom (most demanding job I know of) to her … Read more about Do You Own Your Website?
In part 3 of my comments on a really good post from ProBlogger written by Tony Hung of DeepJiveInterests about what he calls "the five prerequisites for having a successful blog." One key...be interesting. â€œInterestingâ€ doesn't mean being something your not. Nor does it mean trying to be … Read more about The Foundation of Blogging Success – Part 3: Be Interesting
I had some time over the holidays to think about the past year; the projects I've worked on, the people I've worked with and many of the conversations I've had. It's been a great year and I thank you for that. As I looked back over past conversations and one-on-one consultations, I'm struck with the … Read more about The Keyword Myth
Can you be found in your website? No, really, can your site visitors find you? I'm sure they can find out about your services, you upcoming events, and how to contact you. And you likely have a bio of who you are and what you've done. But do these things express who you are - you know, as a living, … Read more about Is Your Bio Page "About You?"