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7 Reasons I Won’t Have Phone Calls With Clients

By now, freelancing and “remote” work has become, for the most part, a mainstream concept in the business world. Still, even as communication via email, Skype, and online project management applications trickles down into the small business world, I still regularly come across business owners who, for whatever reason, “expect” to have phone calls with […]

Show Google ‘Review’ Stars From Facebook Pages

If you are not aware, back in 2013 Facebook added the ability for users to “review” any business by simply going to the Reviews tab of their Facebook page and leaving a quick comment along with a “stars” rating on the traditional 1-5 scale. Just a few short years later, Facebook has already become one […]

Overview Of CloudFlare ‘Dev’ Mode In WordPress

By now, a large number of webmasters across the planet have heard of CloudFlare — a Silicon Valley SaaS with serious funding – although the vast majority still don’t seem to understand it very well. The truth is that since it first launched, CloudFlare has evolved rapidly as far as the various services and technologies […]

You May Not Want to Display ‘Weather’ Widgets

After spending time in Southeast Asia, I came across many clients and companies involved in the tourism industry. One of the most common “issues” I saw was the peculiar attraction to embedding “weather” widgets into their homepage. Since the early years of web design, “weather” widgets have existed. When the first generations of personal homepages […]

WordPress Founder Matt Mullenweg Attacked Me

I’m not really sure where to start here. Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, recently attacked me publicly after I wrote a guest post for the very well-known WP Tavern blog, which covers all kinds of WordPress-related news. In the post I advocated for the hurried deprecation of XML-RPC, a rather unstable technology included by […]

Pingbacks, Trackbacks, & XML-RPC Need To Die

This post was originally submitted as a guest piece to WP Tavern, and is re-published here in its original form. It was just 2 weeks ago that I wrote a blog post announcing that all current and future domains hosted at LittleBizzy would have XML-RPC permanently blocked due to the non-stop problems it was causing, […]

How I Ranked Page #1 For “Upwork” In 5 Weeks

This is a follow up post to my previous post on ranking #1 world-wide for the search phrase “Upwork sucks” in less than 3 weeks. Ranking at the top of Google for a controversial phrase and welcoming thousands of freelancers to click, comment, and share the heck out of a story that made them feel […]

Install phpMyAdmin On Ubuntu 14.04 (Nginx)

phpMyAdmin is one of the most loved AND hated applications among server administrators for rather simple reasons. Firstly, it is widely loved because it makes SQL database administration so easy by way of a proper UI (user interface), but secondly it is widely hated because it is so often the target of hackers and other […]

My #1 Enemy As An SEO Consultant? PRIDE.

The situation is so common that I can practically rehearse it in my sleep: a new potential client has contacted me looking for loading speed improvement or other types of optimization for his WordPress website. “I want my PageSpeed scores to improve,” he might begin. “I want the site to load a lot faster, and, […]

How To Use The ‘Submit URL’ Tool From Google

If there’s one thing webmasters have learned over the past decade, it’s that Google trends come and go. In some cases it’s not even worth noting certain changes in the Google-sphere because they are truly so unpredictable! In this case, the ‘Submit URL’ tool is one resource that all webmasters should be keenly aware of. […]

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