There are 3 questions that you need to ask yourself before you jump into building your website - need to plan your purpose for your website!
Pictures are worth a thousand words but three words you don't want to be associated with the images on your website are "cease and desist" Let's talk about how to avoid that!!
On the premiere episode of Been There, Done That, Learned This, I answer the question, “are free websites really free?”
I’ve had my Rocketbook Everlast for a couple of months now, and I wanted to give a quick review of what I do and don’t like about it. Enjoy!
In this Cool Business Tools video, I unbox my new Rocketbook Everlast! I use notebooks and journals all the time and was looking for something like this that’s reusable. The best part is that I can scan the pages and have them sent to email, my Google Drive account, or various other places!
In this video I show you how to check and see if the domain name you want for your website is available before you try to buy it.
In this video, I show you how to get free images for your website that won’t break any copyright laws! They are royalty free and there are several sites you can use for this including Pixabay, Pexels, and Unsplash.
Once you have set up your hosting account and installed WordPress, you need to know how to login to your new website to start creating it. I show you how in this video.
In this video, I show you how to make sure your website is secure with the free SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificate included in Siteground hosting packages. You want this on your website so that it has the little padlock sign next to it in the address bar when people visit your website. That way, they know that it is secure when they enter any personal information or payment information on your website.
In this video, I show you how to set up your Siteground hosting account after purchase and how to get WordPress installed on your website.