2019 seems to be the year businesses want to get real about content marketing on LinkedIn, or give it another try. Some of our clients want to find out if LinkedIn can be used to bring in new business. I have been in meetings with several clients or potential new clients this year already on … Read moreKick Start Your LinkedIn Marketing Project
We switched from Gmail to ProtonMail in 2017 and wrote a post about the benefits and downsides back then. There is one obvious feature that people keep talking about, or to be more precise, a missing feature: calendar. Before making the switch we expected a calendar feature to be added: “sometime in the future”. While … Read moreHow to Use ProtonMail with Google (G Suite) Calendar
If you can pay 10 bucks a month to stream the latest stuff from Netflix (and/or Amazon Prime, or Spotify, or …) you can spend 10 bucks per year to support Wikipedia. On the long run, the stuff Wikipedia holds is much more important than the virtual shelves from Netflix. We tend to forget that … Read moreWikipedia or Netflix?
A client asked which tool to use for screenshot creation. Taking screenshots: A problem software developers solved thousands of times. But this request was different: Our client wants to create hundreds of screenshots – one of each published post! Of course you could spend a few hours and click around. But you might miss a … Read moreHow To Create Screenshots of All WordPress Posts
The web turned 30 last week and the World Wide Web Foundation launched the #ForTheWeb Campaign. Besides asking you to support the principles of an open web, the campaign is asking: How has the web changed your life? What do you use it for? What are your hopes for its future? We want to know. … Read moreWhat’s My Web Story? #ForTheWeb
Stories, the innovative social media format brought to the game by Snapchat, got adopted (copied) by Instagram, then brought on to Facebook and WhatsApp. Now Google jumps on the bandwagon too, by launching AMP Stories. It is in many ways different then what you would expect when you hear “Google Stories”. How are AMP Stories … Read moreA First Look at Google AMP Stories
We were hired to set up and market a live stream on Facebook and Twitter. In this post we share some of our learnings put together from our internal discussion on Slack. Setting up your scheduled live stream on your Facebook page takes a few clicks. You will share the details like server URL and … Read moreHow to Promote Your Scheduled Live Stream (Facebook + Twitter) – Our Learnings
It’s 2023, and for 365 days in a row, not a single picture has been uploaded to Instagram that the algorithm hasn’t already seen at least twice. The team at Facebook got together and developed new ideas on what Instagram can grow into. Soon the idea of Riskygram was developed. Inspired by the movie The … Read moreInstagram is Dead: Here’s What Comes Next!
Our website is running in the Amazon cloud, specifically, we are using an offering called Lightsail. We have written a blog about Amazon Lightsail in 2017, calling it “WordPress in the cloud for the non-techie”. The relaunch of our website a few months back was the perfect project to take Amazon Lightsail to the test. … Read moreOur WordPress Website Hosted in the Amazon (Lightsail) Cloud
A typical workday often requires switching between different projects and tasks. I try to not get into multitasking, but sometimes its unavoidable – a client calls, or one in a million idea hits me, or a push notification requires me to act. Switching between tabs is required. I start clicking around – I remember I … Read moreBrowser Tab Madness – How to Stay Productive With 50 Sites Open