Judi parlayed her valuable business, coaching, technology and design skills into her business, New Tricks. Judi and her team work with small businesses and entrepreneurs to create an on online presence that reflects their business brand and converts visitors into sales. Not only does New Tricks set up creative, useable WordPress websites, they train their clients to use new technologies and social media tools to reach their business goals. Judi is the co- coordinator of the Atlanta WordPress Users Group with over 800 members, and speaks and consults with organizations on topics such as web design and social media marketing. You can visit her website at http://newtricks.com, or follow her on Twitter @judiknight.
September 11, 2013
If you are blogging on your WordPress website, you want to keep people on your site as long as possible. You don’t have to resort to tying them up, but the next best thing to keep them reading is by using a related posts plugin to display a list of related posts with thumbnail images under each of your posts.
May 02, 2013
In honor of the impending demise of Google Reader coming up in July, I wanted to offer an even better way to share your online goodness. People who write content on their websites need to make it easy for others to access it and unfortunately, those other people, even if they like your content, will forget to go to your website. It is so true.
May 01, 2013
Creating short videos is pretty easy. The big trick is to plan not to edit since editing is the hard part and stops people from actually doing or posting them. So if you plan to do your short videos in one take, like you are having a conversation, you will do more of them.
January 19, 2013
One of my social media secret weapons that saves me time making and sharing articles on Twitter is called Buffer App . This app lets me schedule my tweets so that they come out at predetermined times throughout the day. Scheduling your tweets helps to insure that your tweets are being seen by a...
November 14, 2012
So how can you tell whether a login page is a real Twitter login page? Check the page URL. It may be similar, but it won’t be twitter.com. Once you follow the link, check the URL and don’t enter your password.