It’s a New Year, and with that naturally comes New Year Resolutions. This year, we have a suggestion for a resolution that you can actually keep: making the website that you want for your small business. … Continue reading A New Year’s Resolution for Your Small Business – Build the Website You Want
2017 Recap: Thank You from HubRunner!
Before we move on to the excitement that 2018 brings, we want to take a bit of time to highlight the insight we have shared together in 2017. This year we have covered a wide variety … Continue reading 2017 Recap: Thank You from HubRunner!
Weedeating, Supply Side Prioritization, and the WTF Experience
Weedeating is art, and as any great artist should, I have a vision, a theory, an artist statement that guides my weedeating: controlled chaos. I like my yard to walk the fine line between expertly manicured … Continue reading Weedeating, Supply Side Prioritization, and the WTF Experience
Feedback Mechanisms for Entrepreneurs
I’ve been finding a lot of great information on feedback mechanisms lately, so I compiled it here. Seems to work out as four rough categories. User Feedback Talking to users (or customers) is incredibly helpful and … Continue reading Feedback Mechanisms for Entrepreneurs
Analysis Paralysis and the Power of WordPress
Don’t forget, WordPress is a CMS. It strikes us as somewhat ironic that many business owners who own WordPress websites seem to forget that WordPress is a content management system. Put differently, a lot of WordPress … Continue reading Analysis Paralysis and the Power of WordPress
Dynamic Skill Matching for WordPress Service
We decided this post needed an impressive title, so we settled on ^^^ that. But really, we’re just talking about finding the right contractor. THE PROBLEM Finding someone to work on your website sucks. Anyone who’s … Continue reading Dynamic Skill Matching for WordPress Service
Password Mania vs. Temporary Site Access for WordPress
Passwords are a necessary … hassle … when it comes to managing a website. Your site has to be secure, but it’s a pain to store, use and share passwords. Sure, there are some great systems … Continue reading Password Mania vs. Temporary Site Access for WordPress
The Problem With The Website Industry
The website industry is broken. It’s inefficient, outdated, wasteful and frustrating. From domains to design, from service to search engine optimization – today’s website industry is built on a foundation of complexity and misinformation that capitalizes … Continue reading The Problem With The Website Industry