Somewhere along the way, we forgot about the power of our very own website. We started prioritizing a 3rd party service over our own business. Well, I’m here to tell you to stop that ✋🏼 and bring the attention back to your website.
When it comes to web browsers, Google Chrome is my main browser of choice. It syncs all my Google Accounts and makes it easy to switch between them on any device. I also use G Suite for my business and everything integrates with each other. For my line of work, Chrome is fast, simple, and… Read more »
“I need to use an image for my website/marketing piece. Where do I go?” Whether you’re putting together your content for an email campaign, a blog post, or your website in general, you’re going to want to pair it with an image or two. Most of the time when an image is needed, people head… Read more »
Despite the world shutting down, March was a game-changer for my business. I came home from Alt Summit off a learning high and ready to take action with my business. I dove in and finally purchased Neesha Woolery’s Organize and Automate course, something that had been on my to-do list since before I had Lily…. Read more »
Ask me about WordPress plugins, and I might geek out a little. 🤓 They can be great when you don’t know how to do something or need some extra cool features, but too many plugins can slow your site down and open you up to security risks. Here’s my philosophy on plugins: I am in… Read more »
Things are about to get exciting for The Lovely Geek. I’ve been working on stuff behind the scenes this past year which are finally going to come to fruition in the coming months. If you’re new around here, let me fill you in on a little backstory. I’ve been designing and developing websites since 2002…. Read more »
Hi friends! Today I am excited to reveal the launch of my updated design at TheLovelyGeek.com! I’ve been working busily behind the scenes for quite some time on the new design (hence the lack of blogging), so it’s a great feeling to finally launch it! Let’s take a tour!
A look back on my history as a blogger and web designer over the past 14 years. I’ve come quite a long ways since my LiveJournal and Geocities days.
This week my brother-in-law lost his battle with cancer and went Home, two close friends of mine got married, an app I designed launched at work, I posted my annual survey, and I finished my slides for WordCamp
A year ago I asked you lovely readers to fill out a survey to help me build a better blog. Now that my new blog has been live for about a month, I’d like to ask you to please fill out my reader survey for this year. Take Survey Answers are anonymous – unless you… Read more »