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WebCami goes on the road with GoDaddy

In July, I was asked to participate in employee education for GoDaddy.  Although the worker bee in me told myself, I can’t possibly be out of the office for almost two weeks, I jumped at the chance to learn more about one of the biggest technology providers to small businesses in the world, with over…

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WebCami’s Guide to Buying Domains

Buying domains, whether it’s just one or many, can be a confusing experience for a business owner. You have choices on where to buy the domain, what extensions (.com, org, .net) should you grab, how much should you pay, etc. And what if the domain you really wanted is already taken? A domain name is…

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How to send your website copy to WebCami

I’m often asked what is the best way to send me text changes or text content for your website.  This can be applied to both new website projects, as well as changes to an existing website. New website projects There are two types of new projects I work on.  Brand new websites from scratch and website…

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Do you need a password manager?

In my many years of being a web designer, I’ve seen it all when it comes to password management. Some clients have books they logged each password in.  Many clients will  “save password” on their browsers and call it a day. Others will simply use the same password for everything. And while I’m all for…

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Zoom video conferencing to the rescue

Seattle viaduct at sunset

Here in Seattle, we are about to experience the Seattle Squeeze and it’s time to find alternatives to meeting in person. Our beloved Alaskan Way Viaduct has closed forever and for the next few weeks, Seattle is down one major freeway. As a resident of West Seattle, I am wondering what this means for getting…

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