Greg’s blog is hosted at WebStoresLtd.com. This is a feed to his most recent posts.
- The Constantly Changing Landscape of Websitesby GregJameson on August 12, 2020 at 1:08 pm
Websites today consist of lots of moving parts: the database behind the website that holds all your cont, the content management system you use, such as WordPress, the ecommerce platform you are on such as WooCommerce, the programming software used to develop these tools such as PHP, server technology, SSL certificates, Google and other search The post The Constantly Changing Landscape of Websites appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Remote Work And Tech Salariesby GregJameson on August 7, 2020 at 2:46 pm
Guest post by Artur Meyster Mandated remote work probably went one of two ways for you-—you had six failed attempts to make sourdough bread or you were trying to find a quiet place away from your kids’ loud activities. Work from home is a different experience for everyone; your company’s response was probably also unique. The post Remote Work And Tech Salaries appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Work Smarter, Not Harderby GregJameson on August 5, 2020 at 12:44 pm
Working smart may be essential, but it’s only half of the equation, says Micahel Moroney for Entrepreneur.com. No successful entrepreneur or executive will tell you that it’s a substitute for applying maximum effort during every waking hour of the day. To reach the top of your field, you need to not only take advantage of The post Work Smarter, Not Harder appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Is it really that simple?by GregJameson on July 29, 2020 at 1:17 pm
I recently had the privilege of interviewing Guy Kawasaki on my 20 Minutes of Influence podcast. For those who don’t know, Guy Kawasaki was the was the chief evangelist of Apple and largely responsible for the success of the Macintosh computer. Today, he is the chief evangelist of Canva.com, the creator of the Remarkable People The post Is it really that simple? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Wholesale Stores with WooCommerceby GregJameson on July 22, 2020 at 1:09 pm
Wholesale online shopping has always taken a back seat to retail shopping carts. This is perhaps due to the fact that wholesale shopping contains so many more variables than retail does. With retail, a customer adds a few items to their shopping cart, pays the price, and checks out with a credit card. Wholesale is The post Wholesale Stores with WooCommerce appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- How big is your fan base?by GregJameson on July 16, 2020 at 12:52 am
I was recently watching TV and caught an episode of “To Tell the Truth.” There were 3 people who were claiming to be an award winning songwriter, having written songs for Earth, Wind & Fire, and the theme song to Friends. One of the people was telling the truth, the other two were imposters. It The post How big is your fan base? appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- A Few Reasons Why It’s Important To Keep A Close Eye On Your Company’s Financesby GregJameson on July 14, 2020 at 2:15 pm
Guest post by Howie Bick The finances of a business are one of the important aspects to keep a business running, operating, and functioning. Each business comes with different expenses, different levels of income, and different capital requirements. There are lots of reasons why it’s important to keep a close eye on its finances, to The post A Few Reasons Why It’s Important To Keep A Close Eye On Your Company’s Finances appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Learning Something Newby GregJameson on July 10, 2020 at 1:26 pm
I learned a new skill yesterday, one that I didn’t even know existed: Wakesurfing. You ride a surfboard on a the wave created by a specially-designed boat that generates a surfing wave behind the boat. This made me think of 3 colleagues while I was on the water: Armand Morin, Guy Kawasaki, and Daven Michaels. The post Learning Something New appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Handwritten Thank You Notesby GregJameson on July 8, 2020 at 1:27 pm
Simple handwritten thank-you notes are becoming a lost art. Yet, there’s a special feeling we get when we receive one. Hand-addressed envelopes almost always get opened first, if for no other reason than it is so rare to receive one. So when I found out about Thankster, I had to learn more. Thankster is an The post Handwritten Thank You Notes appeared first on WebStores Ltd.
- Google’s New Algorithm: Page Experienceby GregJameson on July 1, 2020 at 12:53 pm
Google has announced another update to their algorithm which will affect your page rankings. But unlike previous updates, this time Google is giving everyone fair warning. This update isn’t rolling out until 2021. Due to the coronavirus, Google has decided to give us all a heads up on the future algorithm update and what it The post Google’s New Algorithm: Page Experience appeared first on WebStores Ltd.