E2W Sneak Peek: Freelance Survival With Neil Gaiman (7/28)

July 24, 2016

Join us next Thursday, July 28th, as we share some invaluable tips on surviving as a freelancer from award winning author Neil Gaiman. Gaiman proves an excellent source of advice as he shares aspects of his own journey to becoming one of the most successful contemporary freelance artists. We based the upcoming discussion on a keynote […]

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Expand2Web Color Palette Workshop Was a Blast

July 12, 2016

The Expand2Web Experts spent the past few weeks really diving into color. Specifically how taking the time to create a color palette based on some basic color theory produces beautiful and professional results. This was our first “workshop contest” and I am very impressed with the efforts of our group. Cool Expand2Web hats will be […]

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Color 101 – Create Professional Color Palettes

July 7, 2016

Color is used in nearly every project on the web and has a big impact on your final project.  With 16.8 million colors to choose from, constructing a palette can seem overwhelming.  With a little bit of color knowledge you can create professional and stunning color palettes time and again.  Palettes that will make your […]

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Expand2Web Summer Class Schedule

July 2, 2016

I’m very excited to announce a new training series for the Expand2Web Experts group. We’ve been doing informal classes for quite a while now, and it’s time to return to a more structured class schedule, and fresh new course topics. Thomas and I have always defined our success by how successful our members are in […]

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15 Common Pitfalls To Avoid As An Internet Freelancer (2 of 3)

June 27, 2016

Isn’t it great to be an Internet freelancer? Working for myself, in an industry that I love, is something I consider priceless. One of my favorite parts of the job is the Expand2Web Experts group. By sharing lessons we have learned on the road, Thomas and I are able to help our members better succeed. […]

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How To Choose The Right WordPress Theme

June 26, 2016

With the ever growing popularity of the WordPress website creation tool, we decided it was time to re-visit choosing the right theme – 2016 style! How Do I Make Sure To Choose The Right WordPress Theme? As I first began outlining the material for this class I knew immediately how it would begin. Even better, […]

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15 Common Pitfalls To Avoid As An Internet Freelancer (1 of 3)

June 14, 2016

Freelancing is wonderful and can provide you with freedom, flexibility and, with some work, control over your financial destiny. In the beginning it can also keep you hovering somewhere between extremely challenged and frustrated.   Have no fear as this is something we all experience from time to time, regardless of skill-level.  It was with […]

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Product Inspiration From Shigeru Miyamoto, Creator of Mario Brothers

September 13, 2015

Have you ever used a product, played a game, or used an app that was effortless to learn? Every so often I run across that kind of elegance, and it is truly a pleasure every time. Recently I watched an interview with Shigeru Miyamoto – he is the creator of the very successful Mario Brothers […]

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Reviews and Reputation Webinar Recording Available

May 3, 2015

Do you have questions about how your local business should handle online reviews? How involved should you get? How do you handle bad reviews on Yelp, Google or Facebook? What about syndicated reviews? Last week I was a panelist on one of the BrightLocal InsideLocal webinars – Making Reviews and Reputation Work for Local Businesses […]

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Taking Care of Your Customers

April 10, 2015

The best way to grow your business is to take good care of your customers. Deliver great products and services, and add that personal touch. But sometimes things still go wrong despite your best efforts. That’s why you need to be proactive with your customers, and ask for feedback to identify any issues right after […]

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