When to cut bait with a client

fish or cut baitIf you’re in the practice of hosting your clients’ web sites, this message is for you.

The other day I received two emails from my web host, InMotion Hosting, where I maintain an agency account only for clients. In other words, I lease a server, which saves my clients money and lets me use tools I am familiar with (as opposed to dealing with a variety of hosts and their varying CPanel configurations and levels of support. (more…)

How is a web page hit counter like a fanny pack?

hit counterHINT: Both were popular in the mid-1990s. One was popular in the 1980s … if you know which is which, then you’re an astute historian.

And both fanny packs and hit counters have been made a lot of fun of in the years since. (more…)

Web clients, beware!

skull and bonesI make nice web sites.

Yet, once a web site is complete, and a web site owner has not opted for further search engine optimization (SEO), I have found a few of my web sites completely revamped. Either by the owner, who thinks he/she knows best, or by a “friend.” The web sites retain the original look, but are tricked out with all kinds of useless and even damaging changes. (more…)

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