There is no single best way to drive traffic to your website. It takes a mix of creativity, resourcefulness, and diligence to attract the right crowd. Plus, once you draw traffic, you need to have a system in place to engage your new visitors and turn them into repeat visitors, prospects, leads, customers, and advocates. […]
The Social Media @ Work 2012 Conference, held in Harrisburg, PA on October 17th, is both an educational and encouraging experience! I had the opportunity to attend the conference for the first time, along with GuavaBox business partner Andrew Dymski, and have loved the experience so far (mid-afternoon right now!). With an eclectic group of […]
If you’re asking that question, you’re a step ahead of most! That means that you’ve already heard of Permalinks and understand that you ought to change them from the default configuration.
This informative post will teach you about Permalinks, how to change them, and why it matters. Read More!
The infographic in this post was created by Zenoss based on data from systems management surveys beginning in 2006. It illustrates the attitudinal transformation towards open source applications, but the statistics really point to the profound impact of the collaborative nature of Web 2.0 technology, as well as a gradual, global assimilation to the Web 2.0 […]
After several months of hard work, GuavaBox.com has finally launched! No longer a freelancer, I have now adopted the title of Co-Founder. Our current one-liner states that: GuavaBox provides strategic inbound marketing solutions to small businesses and non-profit organizations. All that means is that, along with my partners at GuavaBox, Andrew Dymski and Brandon Jones, we […]
The Pain: Planning and implementing a content development and deployment strategy is a challenge. No doubt. But strategy is a large part of what separates the web winners from the Internet’s incompetent. Organization and timing are crucial to your success as a content developer and marketer. The Antidote: the Editorial Calendar is a free WordPress […]
It’s easy to put off upgrading your WordPress site. While it’s true that you may have some reparative work to do following an upgrade, it’s far better than the alternative. WordPress upgrades generally have a lot to do with security, and statistics show that the vast majority of hacked WordPress blogs are using outdated versions […]
Twitterer: Andrew Dymski Twitter Profile: @AndrewJDymski Background: A senior Marketing major at Grove City College, Dymski is also an MCLA Division II All-American goalkeeper for the Grove City Lacrosse Wolverines. He is heavily invested in the sport of lacrosse, and recently co-founded mclaDNA.com, a resource for developing collegiate lacrosse programs. Outside of lacrosse, he’s into […]