Monthly Archives: June 2015

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When Good Content Goes Bad: A Cautionary Tale

Business people often seek out someone like me because they’re busy. Writing consumes time and energy they don’t have to spare. So they hire me, set parameters, then say “get to it.” That’s fine. Still, I always urge them to stay aware and involved as I work. Great content comes from clear expectations and ongoing [...]

By |June 29th, 2015|Cautionary Tales|0 Comments

Cuckoos in the WordPress Nest (My Site Was Vulnerable and Yours Probably Is, Too)

©Subash BGK (flicker.com)This image has not been altered. My business demands that I maintain a website, but I make no claim to being a web design expert. I help people write books, I've always thought that was enough to be getting on with, and so I've always reserved this space for writing-centered advice. [...]

By |June 1st, 2015|Learn From Mama's Mistakes|0 Comments