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WordPress & Daylight Savings Time

WordPress & Daylight Savings Time

It’s that most wonderful time of the year. For the folks that have are a WordPress.org site, don’t forget to go into your “General Settings” and set up your appropriate timezone, else you will be wondering why you posts are posting an hour earlier or later than scheduled. Continue Reading

National Business Women’s Day

National Business Women’s Day

Did you know that today, September 22nd is National Business Women’s Day in the U.S.? According to the US Chamber of Commerce , there are nearly 9.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States, generating over $1.4 trillion in revenues and employing nearly 7.9 million people. When was the last time you thanked or supported… Continue Reading

The ABCs of communicating with a web developer

The ABCs of communicating with a web developer

Over the past several years or so, many things have happened in my development of websites and online presence. Some good, some bad, and other times questionable. Here are some items I hope that you’ll find useful for not only your website, but in your other professional relationships as well. 1. Be specific A client… Continue Reading

nextSTEPH is once again Google AdWords Certified

nextSTEPH is once again Google AdWords Certified

nextSTEPH is once again Google Adwords Certified. In the ever changing world of online marketing, continuing education is of the utmost importance here at nextSTEPH.  We are committed to keeping updated on the latest changes to the search marketing landscape. Certification is one piece of that. In celebration of this, if you’re thinking about Google… Continue Reading

Declutter Your Inactive WordPress Plugins

Declutter Your Inactive WordPress Plugins

One of the main reasons while some WordPress installations go south is due to lack of maintenance. (Shameless plug, check out our WordPress Backup & Maintenance Packages.) If you have some WordPress plugins that have been inactive for a while (more than a month) unless the plugin is seasonal, the best thing to do is… Continue Reading