What Green Beer and Social Media have in Common

What Green Beer and Social Media have in Common

St. Patricks Day comes with great hype. A flurry of green and clovers sell out everywhere. For once, there is no food colouring left at your grocery store. People buy tickets for St. Party’s Day weeks in advance and everyone becomes Irish for a day. Green becomes all the hype. As for social media, let’s […]

The Fastest Growing Stand Alone Website Ever

The Fastest Growing Stand Alone Website Ever

You must’ve heard of Pinterest by now, the site where daily users have increased by more than 145% in 2012 alone. Out of the time people spend on Pinterest, only Facebook and Tumblr have more time spent on their sites.

Currently 97% of Pinteret fans are female and women post 85% of the content. When surveyed in the USA, the majority of Pinterest users were upper income women from the American heartland.

Pinterest is already generating more referral traffic to websites than YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn combined.

Join me in my Continued Journey

Join me in my Continued Journey

“So many fail because they don’t get started – they don’t go. They don’t overcome inertia. They don’t begin.”

How many ideas have come and gone in your head? How many things have you wanted to do, but just never got around to it? What are you pushing off to tomorrow that you could do today?

You changed your PSD files from your WP theme, now what?

You changed your PSD files from your WP theme, now what?

You’ve edited the PSD (Photoshop) files from your WordPress theme.  What’s the next step?

Replace the PSD files in your theme with your edited PSD files. Ensure the file names of what you edited is exactly the same as the files you’re replacing them with. Easy Peasy right? If you’ve answered WRONG! You’re in the exact same boat that I was and struggling to find an answer on the web.

I Messed up the WordPress Slider, Help.

I Messed up the WordPress Slider, Help.

Have you ever pressed clear all instead of save?  YIKES!  Been there, done that.

When I messed up my slider, the Nivo Slider site gave me the idea of what the slider settings should be so I was able to get the slider back to normal.