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Google Analytics – Basic Audience Overview

May 23, 2014
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Google Analytics – Basic Audience Overview

Getting your Google Analytics set up is a lot like joining Facebook – at first you find yourself logging in once a day to see what’s new, but once a little time goes by you learn to relax and just get updates when you want them. Depending on your need to keep track of website…

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Google Analytics – An Introduction

April 17, 2014
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If you’ve got a website then it probably won’t be long before you start asking some questions about its performance. How often is it being viewed? Who is viewing it and for how long? Is the website being found by the intended audience? Google Analytics can provide you answers to these questions and more. But…

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Why Does My Website Look Different Across Browsers?

February 26, 2014
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It’s a question that has perturbed developers since the dawn of the internet. The code we produce is the same, no matter which browser is reading it… and yet, it can appear very differently on diverse screens and devices using different browsers. The explanations for this phenomenon are myriad, owing to both browser bugs (or…

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Should You Choose One of the New Top Level Domains?

January 8, 2014
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Beginning in late 2013, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) started issuing new Top Level Domains. We wanted to write a blog post to help individuals and small business owners understand what this means to them and their current and future domain purchases. In order to give you a more complete understanding…

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Creating Website Content, Part IV: What Goes Where

September 30, 2013
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At this point, you have created a list of all of the elements that could go into your ideal website, considered and committed to what is more realistic, and received and accepted a quote that works for you. Next it is time to work with your designer to organize and present the content in a…

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Creating Website Content, Part III: Getting Realistic

August 13, 2013
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Based on your brainstorming you’ve got a list of what should, ideally, go into your website. Your list should include your dream considerations for DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, and CONTENT. Now when you sit down for a consultation with your website designers/developers, they will be able to give you an accurate assessment of what is realistic. The…

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Be a Solo Pro Beacon to Build Your Business

September 14, 2012
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We live in a very image-centric society. We’re filled with preconceptions about how we should look or dress in order to be taken seriously. As a Solo Pro, we may try even harder to fit those preconceptions since we’re on our own and don’t have a big ‘corporate’ identity to give us credibility. Blending in……

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Solopreneur Tip:… | Facebook

September 12, 2012
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See on Scoop.it – Solo Pro World | Business in the 21st Century Success for Solopreneurs wrote: Solopreneur Tip: Create your goals,… Join Facebook to connect with Success for Solopreneurs and others you may know. See on www.facebook.com Read the full post

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Dental Insurance | Self Employed Dental Insurance

September 12, 2012
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See on Scoop.it – Solo Pro World | Business in the 21st Century The small business person has more than one choice for dental expense insurance. See on healthdentalinsurances.com Read the full post

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What’s the difference: solopreneur, self-employed, entrepreneur

September 12, 2012
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See on Scoop.it – Solo Pro World | Business in the 21st Century Because it matters what we call ourselves, I’m curious to hear what you believe is the difference (if there is one at all) (What’s the difference: solopreneur, self-employed, entrepreneur: http://t.co/8yuKnA2e…)… See on www.linkedin.com Read the full post

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