If you are using Gmail, then you probably by now have realized that Gmail does not allow HTML signatures. And if you are anything like me, you refuse to accept “no” as an answer. I spent a little while searching around on the Internet trying to find a workaround to this issue. It turns out that a […]
A few days ago I published a daily marketing tip that discussed the power of herding. I now want to take a more in-depth look at this principle and discuss how I take advantage of this human tendency in my websites.
Let’s start by examining exactly what herd behavior is. In my marketing tip I defined herding as “an excessive collective behavior in which people believe that something is good (or bad) on the basis of other people’s […]
Today I was working on a few minor changes to my site’s design and I wanted to add a few custom page templates to the site. I have been working with WordPress for as long as I can remember and I have used custom page templates extensively in the past. However, today I ran into an apparent bug in the 2.7 version of WordPress.
If you are like me, you are probably one of the most frequent visitors to your own site. And if you are using Google Analytics this can present a number of problems when it comes to accurate reporting. This tutorial explains the best and easiest way to filter your own computer from Analytics reporting.