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Drupal 6 to WordPress

At the Wordcamp Victoria 2012, we’re going to help site-owners who run Drupal in Victoria BC if they want to change that. This training session will cover migrating from Drupal to WordPress. Something for all of those Drupal users who want to switch to...

Products, Services and Scarcity (Real and Imagined)

In 2011, we did a podcast about getting the locomotive going—getting momentum. Then, I had a busy week and failed to live up to my pledge of momentum building. There’s saying it and there’s doing it. I said it, but everyone needs to do it. Getting the locomotive going...

Product Orgy

Where has this column / concept of the First $10,000 gone? It’s been lost in the Hinterland of hard work. Some of it has been hard work to prep for my own first $10,000 (that’s what this is– not a “I did it, now you can too”, it’s a...

Dress For Success

I used to have SEO dialed in. One SEO firm at a tradeshow had me plunk my URL, hoping that my keywords and meta tags would be akimbo. Nope: my site was ideal and they couldn’t lure me in for some lucrative SEO contract work. Then I went to sleep in a sense and...

SEO and Drupal: Five Modules To Make You Stand Out

In the days before I worked with a content management system, I built pages by hand. It’s an exercise in consistency. One of the joys of a CMS like Drupal is that it repeatedly put all of your best practices into place. Having such a large open-source community really...

Five Projects I Would Really Love To Do

Twenty years of web development. Before that, I experimented in digital publishing. And before that: game design. Go back further and you get to the era when I used my computer solely for writing. That’s a lot of years in front of a computer. In the early days, I did...