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Swift Media is an Orange County Website Developer, Internet Marketing Expert since 2000.
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Re-assessing your website and ensuring it aligns with your current business goals has to be done occasionally, here's a start: 1. Read Your Website It's probably been a little while

I am late to the game on this one. I had seen talk about this speech but fell upon it today and saw a great presentation on belief, choice and faith - clearly worth the watch when you have 20 minutes. ...

Here's an interesting take on the internet and technology - it's worth a quick read: http://idlewords.com/talks/web_design_first_100_years.htm...

Regardless of the current, meaningless trend to value a tech company by its users, a company needs fuel to keep running and that fuel will either come from customers or investors. In fact, those investors are the customers and they are buying into a ponzi...

Niche vs. Growth. When does it become apparent that a niche has grown to its full potential? In days, months, years? The value of our offering appeals to a limited number of people or businesses for various reasons. The fact is" we must decide if what...

A quotidian habit. Improvement really should be a daily habit. It makes it a much easier proposition. Making particular processes a daily routine will ingrain the need to do each thing. If you’ve ever had a habit of running nearly every day and you go at the same...

Finding your way to a perceptive idea and penetrating approach are the steps to the creating your vision.

Focus.

As the person who is at the helm, you must have a clear cut and distinct reason for the business. This reason must be clear to you. If you have not written and presented this reason a thousand times in a hundred different settings in dozens of forms, you don’t know what your business does.

by Maria Popova - Atlantic Article The Great Gatsby author's surprisingly blunt advice to would-be writers: http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2013/01/nothing-any-good-isnt-hard-f-scott-fitzgeralds-secret-to-great-writing/266935/ I found this in the Atlantic but  please check out her website with a lot of great stuff for those who like this kind of stuff: http://www.brainpickings.org/ Also / Notes:  For...