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My Magic Vacuum Cleaner and Your Website

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I saw the most amazing vacuum cleaner the other day in Sam’s Club.  It was called a Dyson (roller ball).  The display at Sam’s talked about how the vacuum never loses power no matter how much stuff you suck up in there. With the roller ball technology, the vacuum almost magically navigates around your furniture, ... Read More

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Why You Should Fire Your Customers

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Having customers is way overrated.  Inevitably, the more customers you have, the more headaches, complaints, and problems you have to deal with. It really is not worth it.  So, I wholeheartedly recommend firing them all. But before you fire your customers, I first recommend that you replace them with clients. Here’s the difference: Customer: –noun: ... Read More

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Three Myths of Website Traffic

If You Build it, They Won’t Come… With over 72% of American’s having access to the Internet*, you would think just by having a website built you can get a little of that traffic to your website, right?  Wrong!  This is a very common misconception, and sadly it’s a misconception fueled by many web designers ... Read More

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