Clients Ron and Jill White of Probity Builders and BESThq in Beaverton — together with several sponsors — are presenting the 2nd annual Business Expo West the afternoon of Thursday, April 4, from 1 – 5 pm. Come on out and either become a sponsor or exhibitor, or just stop by for free to view the businesses, public agencies and non-profits there. Please take a look at the attached flyer, then sign up at BESThq.com! (Attendee registration, while free, is encouraged.)
OK, I’ve been getting a plethora of emails lately from google on this topic on perfectly functioning sites registered under my google analytics account.
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Mac OS 10.6.8:
This was driving me nuts! When trying to access files on my desktop (MacMini) while working on my laptop (MacBook), some of the desktop’s folders claimed to have zero files in them! I knew this was just flatly wrong, as when I view them on the desktop computer, they’re all there and accessible.
Turns out, I like to use various punctuation marks in my file names, Continue reading
Here’s another example of a longtime client, Dr. Cheryl Matschek, who after years of the same website knew it was time for an update. Again, this client had the site developed by another designer, prior to 2000, who eventually was no longer available. Enter KP Services. Continue reading
Relationship. Empowerment. Inclusion.
Probity Builders, a KP Services web client, has announced the formation of the BESThq private executive suites in Beaverton, Oregon. On Watson Avenue, in the heart of downtown Beaverton, these suites will offer: Continue reading
WebVisions is a don’t miss event. Bringing together the freshest minds in the field, it’s the best bang for your buck for learning the trends to come on the web and in mobile computing. You can meet with the movers and shakers of the wireless world who are creating tomorrow’s web, today. Continue reading
A few years ago, I feared that free and “immediate” (heh) services such as GoDaddy’s Website Tonight (GDWT) feature would put me out of business. No more! Seriously folks, this service, specifically, creates bulky, ugly, inconsistent, search engine un-friendly pages that don’t comply to current coding standards (at best), can break browsers and follows 1999 practices (at worst). Is this what you want??? Continue reading
Recently, business writing workshop and seminar presenter Gail Tycer had a presentation recorded for promotional purposes. Gail’s end desire is something to show prospective clients her presentation style, as well as highlights the comments attendees had for her afterward. Here’s part one, the comments: