Archive for the ‘web 2.0’ Category


Is a Tweep a Real Friend?

07 · 04 · 09

by @geekgirls

I often find myself defending using the word friend when referring to a twitter user. I converse with many of the same people online everyday and hadn’t realize that I replaced the word tweep with friend some time ago.

I began to question whether or not these twitterers could in fact be considered my friends or if I was taking this internet social platform too seriously. So, like any good geek girl, I decided to analyze the meaning of the word friend. Read the rest of this entry ?


10 Secret Sites for Web Designers

06 · 20 · 09

By @geekgirls

Well, they might not be secrets exactly, but no one told me which sites could help and why when I started out in the web design field. And there are so many online resources to help, after your website is up and running. Here’s what I use on a regular basis and why: Read the rest of this entry ?


WordPress for the N00BIE who wants to be the GURU

06 · 18 · 09

By @Pavlina20

WordPress is hands-down the leader for web publishing. It is the Mac-daddy, the best, and the most awesome. I started out my wee home on the internet with blogspot account, then that turned into Blogger (owned by Google) and I just didn’t have the freedom there to do what I wanted very easily. I am no code master. To this day when I need to change my template I have a list of resources that I must go-to for the proper code. Whoa, let me back up. Templates, did I say? Yes. Template. Welcome to the world of WordPress. Read the rest of this entry ?


Marketing Strategy Needs SEO

06 · 17 · 09

By Lisa Kaslyn

Many of the businesses I speak with share some perplexity when it comes to their Inbound Marketing strategy, and its primary tactic, search engine optimization (SEO). Here’s a simplified way of looking at it: If traditional marketing is about pushing information – sometimes intrusively- out to customers, (i.e., advertising, trade shows, telemarketing, direct mail, and email) then inbound or new marketing is more about making your business findable in a world where customers have more control over what information they receive and how they receive it. Read the rest of this entry ?


5 Must Have Tools in my Web Design Arsenal

06 · 16 · 09


When I first got into web design I didn’t know much about anything. I created pages on free sites such as and All I had to do was fill out a form, hit submit, and my web page was created for me.

Then I discovered HTML and that’s when my love for web design began. That’s was back in 1999. Now ten years later I am still have a passion for it.

Here are my 5 must have Web Design tools: Read the rest of this entry ?


When Girls Speak Geek

05 · 21 · 09

By @kcwebgirl

For many years now I have made technology the focus of my career. I get a euphoric high from discovering new platforms for communicating with the masses and new ways to connect women to technology. The introduction of Web 2.0 was a godsend for women and girls in general. Why? Because the major focus is community communication and let’s face it, women and girls are more community oriented. Whether positive or negative, we like to interact with each other in a community. Social networking was pretty much a tech match made in heaven as far as I’m concerned. Read the rest of this entry ?


How I ended up with 4 different Webhosts

05 · 13 · 09

By @bunnykins2 (cross posted at Bunnykins Blog)

I have been asked a few times lately by friends how I keep track of all the webhosts I have. This usually comes up when I state I have more then one or even say that I have 4 total webhosts. So I thought I would write up a blog entry for all of my friends saying how I ended up with 4 webhosts. Read the rest of this entry ?