Review: Sumo Sway Couple

Not your momma’s bean bag chair… Last summer the folks at Sumo contacted me and asked if I’d like to review one of their awesome   Read More »

Review: Sumo Omni

Last year I began to see reviews of a cool looking giant bean bag on several blogs, and I was impressed with the way the company was marketing their product through non-traditional means. I was also jealous. I wanted one.

Tutorials: Learn by Doing

One of the best things about the internet is the plethora of instructional content. If you want to learn how to do just about anything, you can find a tutorial out there to teach you how. For me, tutorials have been absolutely essential to learning how to use Illustrator and Photoshop in particular. When someone asks me what books I recommend for learning the programs, I point them not to a book, but to online tutorials because you’ll learn much more quickly that way.

10 Fantastic Books About Marketing Your Blog Online

Blogging is one of the best social networking tools available. Maintaining your own blog enables you to share your thoughts and ideas, and can even   Read More »

SmartLinks Plugin and Widget: a Review

There’s a cool new plugin out that automatically gives your readers extra information about some of the items you link to. It’s called SmartLinks, and   Read More »

Blog Review: Failure is the Key to Success

Everyone has failures in our lives and only by learning from them do we improve ourselves and succeed in our goals. The quote above is   Read More »

Review of the top 4 mini-blogging options

I’ve got a new post up over at Wisdump about the top 4 mini-blogging options that are available, including a comparison chart to get a   Read More »

Pmetrics- a review

I’ve been using Pmetrics from Performancing a couple of days now, and so far I really like it. I was planning to write a review   Read More »

How to write killer flagship content- a review

I recently read ChrisG‘s e-book “How to Write Killer Flagship Content”. I’m not a big e-book reader, but I have a lot of respect for   Read More »

Performancing for Firefox- review

Now that I have four separate blogs going, I decided to try a blog editor to see if it would make things simpler. Logging in   Read More »