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Statistics Show Why You Should Focus On Improving Social Media
Without getting sidetracked in paid advertisements, boosting posts, and doing other stuff that doesn’t work, entrepreneurs should always be...
Slow websites suck – how I turned around my web hosting nightmare
My webhosting story has been a bit of a nightmare. As I’ve expanded my online presence  with currently over...
An introduction to my take on organic Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
You probably didn't know I've maintained an SEO (Search Engine Optimization) business ever since I was in university (even...
Don’t Pitch Me, Bro – I Don’t Appreciate It
It appears that LinkedIn is becoming the new Facebook and Facebook is becoming the new LinkedIn. I’m so tired of the social media bullshit. There’s nothing social about it. On Facebook I’m lucky if I see one post from a friend for every ad they force down my newsfeed.... Read more
Ditch Your Snail Mail Filing Cabinet And Go For Digital Document Storage
Confession time. As an author, my desk is always covered in paper. Lots of paper. Funny how I help my clients stay organized and optimize their processes, yet I’m a mess myself. I get bored easy, and always have several projects on the go. Someone said, “A clean desk... Read more
A Beginners Guide To Blogging – How To Start A Writer’s Blog
Considering starting your own writers blog? Many of the authors in my book writing program already have. Today, I’ll share a quick beginners guide to blogging and starting a writer’s blog. Not to be confused with writer’s block – which, if you follow my author bootcamp program, doesn’t exist. Period.... Read more
Statistics Show Why You Should Focus On Improving Social Media
Without getting sidetracked in paid advertisements, boosting posts, and doing other stuff that doesn’t work, entrepreneurs should always be looking for strategies that support improving social media statistics. You might be one of them. If so, do you know the key social media statistics? Do you know how many... Read more
6 Crucial Success Tips For Online Teachers
Have you ever thought about creating an online course? Do you have one (or more) created already? My online teaching business has grown and changed a lot. I’ve made some initial mistakes by giving up too much control and participating in somebody else’s platform. It was great to help... Read more
Getting started on your website: the good, the bad, and the ugly in web hosting
I’ve had my own sites since high school and have pretty much seen it all when it comes to web hosting companies: the good, the bad and the ugly. If you are relatively new to the concept of having your very own place on the web this article will... Read more
Slow websites suck – how I turned around my web hosting nightmare
My webhosting story has been a bit of a nightmare. As I’ve expanded my online presence  with currently over 13 different active domains, the web hosting companies I worked with before couldn’t keep up. And slow websites really suck. People abandoned my sites and I was losing traffic, and business.... Read more
Lessons learned from a photography website gone wrong
In one of the travel photography shows I participated in, I ended up having a conversation with a fellow photographer I had not seen for quite some time. She was just starting out in landscape photography, and had joined my photography class to learn my tricks of the trade.... Read more
Why I keep my domains and webhosting separate
I’ve been creating and publishing website ever since I was in high school, albeit with the help of a good friend at that time and a large amount of floppy disks. “Wilko’s Home Page” it was called, and it featured multiple frames, colorful backgrounds and even a MIDI background... Read more
An introduction to my take on organic Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

You probably didn’t know I’ve maintained an SEO (Search Engine Optimization) business ever since I was in university (even for me that’s been a few years now 🙂 With almost 20,000 sites submitted (!), the original service has done very well for my Dutch clients back home. However, most of my current connections don’t speak a lot of Dutch – so I’ve been working on a translated, “North-Americanized” edition of this popular, long-running SEO service.

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