SSL Security for Clients and Patients

Saturday, 31 August 2013 by

SSL security for clients and patients is often overlooked when private practices develop purchase web development services. Every site owner knows that over time, the costs start adding up. The cost of SSL for a small practice is often seen as prohibitive.  This article was written for my clients who at times make very bad

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Graphic Design and Logos

Tuesday, 14 May 2013 by

Graphic design is an essential part of every piece of marketing collateral and is undertaken to convey a specific message (or messages) to a target audience. I provide a variety of graphic designs for logos, packaging, branding, print and web. I use a combination of typography, visual arts and page layout techniques to produce a balanced, focused and symmetrical final result.

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This month I implemented new and improved CMS maintenance update packages that better provide for the needs of my private practice clients. I tried to create standard packages that could be priced consistently from site to site.

Most private practices fail to appreciate the risks they are taking by not keeping their site updated. A WordPress® brochure website built for a private practice will typically include:

  • WordPress®
  • 10-15 open-source plugins
  • 1-5 commercial plugins
  • 1 open source theme
  • 1 commercial theme
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CMS Client Training for WordPress®, Drupal®, and Joomla® Websites Learn how to create content for your WordPress website with private CMS client training. One-on-one training is instructor-led interactive online with private and group session available. Learn how to create and edit content. Virtual Interactive live Instructor-Led Training: Drupal®, WordPress®, Joomla® Overview You and the trainer/tutor

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I am excited to attend this year’s Seattle WordCamp 2013. I’ve been lucky enough to attend WordCamp in SF, but this is the first time in Seattle. This is also the first time I will be speaking at WordCamp. As a seasoned DrupalCamp speaker, I am excited to get more involved in the WordPress community.

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One day when I was providing website services to a client and I was putting together a cost estimate, it occurred to me that if I made my services and prices more “transparent” it would be in the best interest of the client. In addition, it would make pricing my website services easier. In fact, it could make my services point-and-click easier. That is when it hit me that I could create a website services store where my clients could go to shop.

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Best Online Storage Reviewed

Friday, 15 March 2013 by

Review of Online Storage Providers Online storage of computer files is becoming more important to companies, professional practices, and even individuals and families. I have been purchasing online storage for several years and am thrilled with all the storage solutions that are commonly known as cloud storage. This article provides a quick review of cloud

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Take Control of Your Site

Friday, 18 January 2013 by

It is easy for small business owners to manage their own hosting and domain registration services if you keep it simple and avoid temptations. 1) Start Here with Hostgator hosting (since they will move your site FOR FREE).  Do this before you initiate hosting or at the same time. 2)  Follow this link to order

Configure Email for Outlook

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 by

Be sure to replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name. Your/Display name: anything you want Email address: enter the full address (name@yourdomain.com) Type of connection: POP3 or IMAP Incoming mail server: mail.yourdomain.com Outgoing mail server: mail.yourdomain.com Outgoing mail server does require authentication. Incoming mail port: 110 for POP3, 143 for IMAP Outgoing mail port: 25

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Managing your Email with cPanel

Thursday, 13 September 2012 by

Managing your email is a snap with cPanel and Webmail. Simply follow the simple steps below and you are on your way to having total control over your email. Intended Audience:  Clients with maintenance agreement for hosting Objective: Demonstrate how to create, edit and delete email accounts Critical Information: This does not show HOW to

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I was recently talking to local practitioner about ways to add value to the firm. During the course of the conversation I realized that he and I were talking about two different concepts. I was talking about adding value to his net worth and he was talking about the economic concept of value added activities. 

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Forensic Expert Goes Online With New Website A number of years ago during a CMS training session, I met a clinical psychologist who had an almost inspired appreciation of the endless possibilities of Web 2.0 technology.  In the first hour I knew that he was “ahead of the curve” in regards to his understanding of content

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