Posts in the Bizblogging category

Seattle's Space Needle image for Seattle WordPress Design Part 2 blog post by AIM

Be sure to check out Seattle WordPress Design—Part 1: DIY For Puget Sound area businesses that want a WordPress website built for them, the obvious choice is a Seattle WordPress design shop—a company that specializes in using and extending WordPress. As you surf local designRead more

Photo of the space needle for the blog post: Seattle WordPress Design Options--Part 1: DIY

Seattle area businesses that are looking to set up a website with WordPress have lots of options to consider, from building it themselves to hiring a professional WordPress developer. In this post, we’ll share some of the things you should think about if you’re consideringRead more

Chess, as shown in this photo, requires strategy to win. The same is true of blogging.

Like dieters, most business blog owners start with the best of intentions. They know that blogging is good for their business. They know that it’s going to take some time and effort, but the goal is worth it; people will find them online, learn aboutRead more

Pen image for Make your next hire write blog post at AIM

In “Rework” by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, the authors recommend that when making a hiring decision, if all other considerations are equal, go with the better writer. That’s good advice, particularly for businesses that want to compete online. You need a good writerRead more

Google Analytics logo for the AIM blog post linking to the tutorial: How to install Google Analytics on a WordPress blog.

Metrics are the often-overlooked part of managing a website, but knowing who is visiting the site, where they are reaching the site from and what they are clicking on when they reach the site are the keys to creating a website that is best-suited toLearn more about using Google Analytics

Photo of a hamster disguised as a lemming in a post concerning the use of WordPress tags for SEO

In the search for extra terrestrial life, NASA uses a “follow the water” strategy while in creating a sound search result on the Internet, Google uses a “follow the links” strategy. When links from one page link-through to a separate page with related content, GoogleRead more

AIM blog demonstration photo of what you can do with PicMonkey.com

Picnik—the online photo-editor that pioneered the genre—is officially out to lunch (and it’s not coming back), but hold back those tears long enough to say hello to PicMonkey. PicMonkey.com offers many of the same features once found in Picnik, and that isn’t surprising since theRead more

AIM Team on the radio

Eric Boettcher, CEO and Scott Pelland, President of Applied Imagination Media, along with Kirk Davis of the Small Business Development Center at Green River Community College, were guests on BizTechTalk, a local radio talk show covering business and technology topics on KLAY AM 1180. YouRead more

Stop Spam on the keyboard image

Monty Python sang about spam. Campers eat spam. But when it comes to your website, spam is no laughing matter and when you get a ton of it, it’s pretty hard to digest. How to identify spam on your WordPress business website New WordPress businessRead more

a snowman represents how social media snowballs in The Social Media Snowball Effect post on AIMBIZ.com

Snowballs are famous for getting big fast. Start with a lump the size of your fist and before you know it you’ve got something that could squash a Volkswagen. The snowball grows quickly because you keep expanding the surface area, which means that every timeLearn more about social media

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