By: Paul | February 24, 2017


Monthly Review

Welcome to my January, 2017 monthly review post. This is where I get to tell you what I’ve been up to and what I have done over the preceding month that has worked well and what hasn’t. It is also my opportunity to share with you the why behind my decisions.

Starting in January, I have decided to focus on putting out higher quality content. To start, I spent a long time reviewing previous content looking at what could make it “better”. While I have a bunch of notes on what can be improved, the overarching theme is to continue to create the same content, but to deliver it more concisely. That is to say an original video that was 48:00 minutes long could have been delivered in 20:00 minutes. While this will require more editing...

Category: Monthly Review 

Tags: Review, January, 2017 

By: Paul | January 25, 2017


According to the Oxford English Dictionary a Solopreneur is "A person who sets up and runs a business on their own." By this definition it is hard to imagine a scenario where a Solopreneur utilizes a collaboration tool before having a team.

However, this thought process is inherently backwards. The answer isn't to look at your business from the standpoint of 'today' but rather as 'some day'. Today you run all aspects of your business, but more than likely some day you will want to hand off those tasks to someone else.  This is especially true in day to day activities that are not the main focus of the business.  Imagine how much more time you would have if you didn't have to answer every client question, chase down invoi...

Category: Collaboration 

Tags: Google, Google Drive 

By: Paul | January 20, 2017


Today's video covers how to setup Google Search Console (previously known as Google Webmaster Tools).

Category: Website 

Tags: SEO, Google 

By: Paul | January 11, 2017


Today's video covers an important portion of your website that is often overlooked.  How to set defaults for text, background, headings, menu, and so on.

When building a website, most people choose to stick with the default elements of the theme.  This is fine in most situations as the theme has been built with a certain look and feel.  However, if you are wanting to stick out a little bit from everyone else; or if you are proactive enough to have your own company colors and font face, then you will definitely want to check out this video.

Picking your company's color scheme can been seen in this video:

How to Create Your Company Logo for Free! 

Category: Website 

Tags: Design, Zoho 

By: Paul | January 05, 2017

 Month Year Website Views Growth % Growth
 11 2016 280 190 211.11%
 12 2016 393 113 40.36%

Category: Monthly Review 

Tags: 2016, December