Embedding A Twitter Feed On Your Website – Should You Do It?

By Mark Pridham | February 24, 2015 | 9
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If you’ve been reading my blog, you know I am a fan of Twitter. Twitter is a great place to connect, share information, and build relationships. You have no doubt seen websites that have their Twitter feed embedded in their website, generally in the footer or sidebar. It’s fairly easy to do, but should you do it?…

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10 Ways To Get More Twitter Retweets

By Mark Pridham | February 23, 2015 | 0
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Do you you remember this commercial? This is a perfect example of how Retweeting works. With over 280 million monthly active users, Twitter has become one of the main stages of the Social Media world. Of course, with over 500 million Tweets being sent every day, we need to do everything we can to ensure our Tweets…

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The Pridham Group Team

By Mark Pridham | February 22, 2015 | 0
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Many people have asked me who “The Pridham Group” is. Today, I’d like to introduce you to my team. Mark Pridham Mark Pridham, the owner of The Pridham Group, has been designing and developing websites since 1999. Coming from a background in photography and IT, Mark has a passion for design and detail. Being a…

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A Handy Twitter Checklist

By Mark Pridham | February 22, 2015 | 3
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If you downloaded my Facebook Checklist, you may find this handy Twitter Checklist useful as well. I know I always like to have a checklist handy when creating new Social Media profiles, or even when reviewing them to make sure I haven’t missed anything.

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Working With Images In WordPress

By Mark Pridham | February 20, 2015 | 0
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Working with a new Content Management System can be daunting at first. WordPress is one of the easiest platforms we have worked with from a client viewpoint, but even WordPress has it’s quirks. This is the first in a series of articles about working with WordPress.

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5 Website Mistakes You May Be Making

By Mark Pridham | February 19, 2015 | 0
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When building a website, every detail is important – from the content, to the images, to the placement of the various elements. Unfortunately, when launching a website, many things can be overlooked. With the proliferation of pre-made themes and DIY websites, many sites are being launched without thinking of how website elements work together, yet each having their own role.…

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The Right Image For The Right Purpose

By Mark Pridham | February 18, 2015 | 0
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Have you ever been lazy when creating images for Social Media? I have. It’s all to easy to create a single image, and then spread it around your various social media networks, like it’s a “one size fits all” thing. But guess what? It isn’t. Every social media channel has a specific size image that…

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10 Ways To Be More Productive When Working From Home

By Mark Pridham | February 17, 2015 | 0
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Many entrepreuners find themselves working from home these days, whether it be a solopreneur situation, working as a part of a virtual team, or managing employees from a home office. One of the dangers of working form home is being unproductive. There are distractions at home that we do not see in an traditional office environment – housework, interruptions from…

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My Top Three Blogging Tools

By Mark Pridham | February 16, 2015 | 0
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Deciding on which application to use for your blogging can be a tough choice. Some people like writing their posts in Microsoft Word, Mac Pages, or some similiar word processing application. Others write in the platform they are using for their website – WordPress, Joomla, etc. I have shuffled around a lot between applications, tried lots, found…

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Using Evernote To Control Your Newsletter Subscriptions

By Mark Pridham | February 15, 2015 | 3
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If you are anything like me, you are subscribed to countless newsletters and RSS feeds. And, like me, you may also have reports, updates, etc that are delivered to your inbox on a regular basis. All these emails not only fill up your inbox, but may also cause you to miss important emails, emails that…

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