Why Doesn't My Photography Studio Website Appear in Search Results?

June 25, 2013

This is a series of post examining why our Fort Worth photography studio website performs poorly in Google search results, and why it fails to convert the visitors it does get into new clients. The first post sought to analyze Google Analytics data and get a clue as to how users arrive to the…

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Optimizing a Photography Studio Website for Converstion and SEO: The Analysis

June 22, 2013

The internet is a competitive place for small businesses, and this is especially true when we are talking about portrait photographers. My lovely wife is a family photographer in Fort Worth , Texas. She's been doing portrait photography professionally since 2007, and being the good nerd husband I…

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Coming to Terms With Enterprise JavaScript

June 17, 2013

What is enterprise javascript? Good question. One that might even make you chuckle 1 a little bit on the inside. The word "enterprise" is definitely a loaded term. It could be considered by some to be a buzzword. Others might say "Why are we talking about starships?" When I use the term "enterprise…

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The Paralyzing Grip of Fear

June 10, 2013

My sons love playing basketball. After a certain age (around 12), youth sports change. The court or field is no longer filled with kids that were dragged to the game by their parents. These kids are here because they love playing the game. So what do you do if your kid loves the game, but just isn't…

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What I Learned From Brennan Dunn's Consultancy Masterclass

June 07, 2013

Consulting is something that I truly love. Helping businesses succeed, helping employees to stop focusing on mundane repeatable tasks, helping enterprises drive large scale commerce... these are truly activities that I enjoy. Getting into the mix, digging up core problems and providing solutions is…

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My Sketchnotes and Thoughts from BaconBizConf 2013

June 06, 2013

It is hard to explain how excited I was when Amy announced BaconBizConf in April of 2013. A small conference devoted to like-minded people that either are, or want to be, bootstrapping product businesses. The speaker lineup included personal "gurus" that I look up to and listen to closely like…

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Lessons Learned: A Year with a Large AngularJS Project

May 22, 2013

After a year of working with a large AngularJS project, I thought I'd share a few of the lessons that I learned in the process. Firstly, I love AngularJS. It suits my needs exceedingly well, and I expect it will be my goto for the forseeable future when I need a solid framework for "thick client…

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