How to Keep Multiple Divs Inline When Browser is Resized: The Nowrap, Responsive Approach

Responsive design is all the rage these days. But what if you want to keep multiple inline elements from wrapping on the page when you resize the browser? Here’s how: The Markup Let’s start with the HTML structure: The Style The whitespace and display properties are the driving force here. We are instructing the single…

8 Easy Ways to Create Content So You Can Never Say “I Don’t Know What to Blog About” Ever Again!

It’s easy to make excuses when it comes to blogging, and I’m the first to admit: I’ve made them, too! But “I don’t know what to blog about” should not be one of them. Here are some extremely easy ways to create content so that you never have to stress about your blog again! 1. Recap…

How to Share Google Analytics Dashboards with Other Users

I recently created a Google Analytics Dashboard of conversion points for a client. If you’ve ever created one of these bad boys, you know that they can be tedious and time consuming. (And since I like everything to have a place and everything to be in that place, it makes Dashboards especially tedious for me!)…

How to Rank Better Internationally: Best Practices for Good International SEO

Sometimes we focus too much on US traffic, as many of us are national and not international. For those companies who do business internationally, however, it’s important to remember that the world is flat and the Internet is no exception. Target the right search engines Not every country is as in love with Google as…

What’s a #Hashtag? And How Do You Use Them on Twitter (and now Facebook)?

With the roll out of hashtags on Facebook this week, it’s important to go back to the beginning. What is a hashtag? How do you use them? What is a hashtag? “I don’t know why people keep talking about hashtags, they’re just pound signs!” – One of my dear friends You’ve probably seen hashtags if…

Personal vs. Professional Social Profiles: Should You Separate Yours or Be Completely Transparent?

I recently got interviewed for my college magazine about social media and how I use it personally and professionally. One of the things I realized during the interview is that I don’t really have a line between my professional and personal presences online. I’m friends with both real life friends and professional contacts alike on…

The Truth About Working From Home: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

I’ve been working from home on and off for about two years now, and I’ve learned a lot about it. There’s a lot online on working from home, as everyone has a different experience. While seemingly glamourous (and it certainly can be sometimes), there are also some things to keep in mind if you are…