Category: Cre8pc

Search Engine People published an interview conducted by Ruud Heim today, cleverly called Ruud Questions: Kim Krause Berg. From the introduction: The only way you haven’t heard of Kim yet is if you just started out. Kim is the mama of search, the mommy of a whole generation of site builders, SEO experts and nowadays even usability folks. With great care but ever greater determination she helps lead the forum she started: Cre8asite Forums. It’s one of the oldest forumsRead more…

For years Cre8pc has supplied web site usability reports or site audits to companies and individuals, from small business to Fortune companies.  Some of the most well known marketing and SEO companies have sub-contracted these reports, many on a regular basis. New for 2009! Partnerships with several top name SEO’s has enabled Cre8pc to offer support in the way of SEO, Social Media Networking, PPC Linking, and Web Design. These people co-quote on projects and together we offer a teamRead more…

It was gratifying to meet with a returning client this past Tuesday night and learn that his conversions increased “immediately” upon making even the simplest of suggestions from his first usability audit. He’s so excited that he emails me his new pages and jokes around that I said his was “disjointed” and “clunky” but now? He’s breaking revenue records for February already and returning for more help because now he has proof that usability testing increases revenue. According to himRead more…

Part II of the Kynya Kronicles begins with my favorite one. And yes, I have to order a new power cord for my laptop. It was already going bad. Kynya just finished the job. Dear Dell (My Shitzu-Bichon ate my cord!) Speeding Puppy Kynya (Bichon-Shitzu) and the Toy Basket Challenge Laser Kitty Indulge in Kynya and Cre8pc pet antics here

I’m not a fan of the phrase, “Super Woman”, although I’ve been referred by some people as being one of them.  I think everyone is super for something! I like the term offered by my boss during my first web design job in 1995. He called me an “Over Achiever”.  I was unsure of what an overachiever was, but I had goals and I intended to meet them. Since 1995, my life has been frightening, filled with risks and sometimesRead more…

What do you do when you’re nominated in a category that isn’t in your line of work? Work harder. My blog post, Online Reputation Management: What Goes Around May Be Total Crap, was nominated in the Reputation Management category. Have you noticed how one dimensional social networking is? Or how the sense of Time feels awkward when you crank up Twitter and see comments from “0 seconds” ago, “4 hours ago” or the huge gaps of nothingness that occurs inRead more…

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