Category: Cre8pc

When I was in the first grade, one of my classmates was a witch and I had no reason not to believe her. Every day on the playground I would swing on the swings and watch her cast spells on the little kids during recess. She never cast one on me. It was a very scary time in my life for many reasons. One was having been forced to moved to Troy, Michigan from Pennsylvania, where all my Sunday schoolRead more…

I was interviewed by a reporter for a local newspaper the other day. Today, May 27, the piece has been run in print and online. It’s called Supermom Succeeds. It’s not easy for me to remember how hard things were when I started out. The reporter tried to get a sense for what drove me and I knew I failed at offering a real answer. I couldn’t describe how I knew, without any doubt, I would be able to makeRead more…

Philadelphia, PA – May 4, 2009 – Cre8pc.com announced today that it has been recognized as one of the top 200 mom-owned businesses in StartupNation’s 2009 Leading Moms In Business Competition. The competition, sponsored by VerticalResponse, recognizes the achievements of mothers across the country that run outstanding businesses. “Moms across America were honored in this year’s ranking, showing that they’re capable of starting and running successful businesses while managing to balance family, career, home and self,” said Rich Sloan, co-founderRead more…

Twelve-plus years into the Internet Marketing and Usability/UX Web Design fields, I’m deeply entrenched in what I call Emo-Web. How much of our responses to web sites is planned before we ever arrived? Taking a nudge from my article at Search Engine Land, How Does Your Web Site Make Visitors Feel?, a few people who resonate with what I presented are discussing the topic in Neuroscience Meets Mysticism. Although my first piece on the topic didn’t catch the imagination ofRead more…

At long last, the last day to vote for me in the Leading Moms in Business contest has arrived. There will be a top 200 Winners Circle, which I hope to make. You can vote once a day!

The following testimonial is a true account from someone who was there at the very beginning. Alan Runfeldt says: As one of Kim’s earliest clients, I can attest to her story – and still recall the time I invited her over to use my credit card to buy food for the kids. It was a worthwhile investment in an extremely creative and energetic go-getter. When our CEO refused to pay her more than $25/hour, I upped her billing hours toRead more…

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