Winging It

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At least a few times in your life you've probably muttered the phrase "Just wing it." When you "wing it" you improvise, or do something without proper preparation or time to rehearse.

Appropriate times to wing it may include:

Running into a prospective client and completely forgetting their name but wanting to close the sale Getting a last-minute invitation to the event-of-the-year and not having any time to go home and change Realizing it's the end of the month and you haven't posted a blog entry yet

However, one time you do NOT want to wing it is when you are creating your website. Sure, it's as easy as ever to just throw together a website with a...

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When a Door Closes

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We have a big announcement to make.

We're moving!

As you may or may not know, our current address includes the indicator of "Suite B1". And yes, "B" stands for basement. (But to be fair, this isn't the dark, spider-filled basement that nightmares are made of...as far as basements go, this one is pretty suite ;) We've enjoyed our time here, and we like the location. But it's time to go.

So you are probably wondering where we're going?

Someplace warm or on a beach?

Someplace right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the CLE?

Well, no. Like we said, we kind of like our location so we figured, why ruin a good thing?

Which...

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Freedom of the Press

WordPress, that is.

If you are online in any capacity, chances are you’ve at least heard of WordPress. It’s a development language that is used to create websites and blogs. It’s open source, and it’s generally affordable. But just like everything, it has its pros and cons.

Availability

WordPress is not hard to find. Just about any developer can work with it...even if it’s not their primary development language. You can even build a WordPress site on your own, and many do. But while building your own website may seem appealing, the resulting website may not be able to say the same. Creating a website can be overwhelming, so whether...

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