Author Archives: jamescoletti
You’ve seen it before: people who amass tomato sauce because it’s on sale. They bring home jars and jars and jars of the stuff, even though they don’t necessarily have room in the pantry–or family members who even like a … Continue reading Next Time on Hoarders: Bloggers Without Content Strategy!
Anyone who makes a living with WordPress has dealt with a bad client relationship. We as as designers / developers understand that clients don’t always understand exactly what it is that we do, but have any of us taken the … Continue reading You’re doing it wrong and it’s all my fault: dissecting the client relationship
You’re proud of your blog. It’s a labor of love or maybe the best, most insightful content to offer, but it’s not got the readership or results that you want just yet. Join WhatCounts Director of Strategy, Christopher Penn, as … Continue reading How to Market Your Blog (okay, Mom’s reading, now what?)
Corporate and organizational blogs are at their richest when they encompass a multitude of voices, when it’s not just marketing or communications writing, but engineering, administrative, and front-line staff contributing to the organization’s story. For nonprofits, educational, and cultural organizations, … Continue reading Managing The Multi-Voice Blog
An open discussion on how with all the Social Media Sites being used on a daily basis how having a blog can dramatically increase one’s Social Media influence in a very short time..
It happens all the time. You’ve got a site that was brilliant four years ago, and the site developer has retired to a beachfront Internet cafe in the Cayman Islands, and you forgot or just never really knew how to … Continue reading Ten Must-Do steps in converting to WordPress