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For the past 15 years I’ve been devoted to a vibrant online community called Cre8asiteforums. Every day, night, weekends and holidays the forums has been part of my life. This week we launch our first newsletter, called Cre8tive Way, and our first Google Hangout. It’s an exciting time to be part of a large web design and marketing community. Please come celebrate with us and join the family.

Are you a lover of tools to make your job easier?  Cre8asiteforums recently added an entire page filled with them! Check it out here: Free Webmaster Tools

Remember me?  Me neither.  Somewhere in the flurry of becoming an employee rather than a consultant I went from being busy to being overwhelmed with work. As some of you know, I founded Cre8asiteforums and in October of 2012 it was sold to Internet Marketing Ninjas.  I came along with it, so part of my work is focused on growing the Cre8tive Community there.  Several months later and I can say all the changes and upgrades have been paying offRead more…

Google has created a circus of sad-faced SEO clowns jumping through hoops trying to get rid of “bad” links to their web sites. This is why I never ever chose to be a slave to search engines and chose the human side of the web experience over the algorithm changing lead-line approach where every site owner is pulled along under the threat of low rank, poor PR scores and penalization. The first disavow link removal request I got was aRead more…

The new series, The Beal Deal, features interviews by Andy Beal that are run on Saturday’s for a relaxing read.  Today’s post features my interview. Andy has known me for most of my career.  We’ve “grown up” in this biz together.  In fact, Andy was one of the handful of people in the search marketing industry who understood the benefit of offering usability and user experience practices along with online marketing services.  Twelve years ago, I could count on aboutRead more…

Forms on websites are one of the usability conversions topics I write about and one of my favorite areas to test because they always have issues. From understandability to readability to ease of use, online forms are famously frustrating to use and easy to spam.  Designers will love this new resource from my friends at UserTesting.com   And yes, they even added one of my how-to pieces for forms design. The Form Usability Treasure Trove: 42 Top Resources Beat YourRead more…

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