Category Archives: Leverage the Web

Twitter Tip – Adding a Feed (Timeline) to Your Website

I recently added a view of my tweets to the right sidebar here at Trifects. It took me less than five minutes. But, that five minutes came after a half hour of googling. Apparently I needed to search for “Twitter timeline” not the many variations of “feed” and “stream” I tried first. Basic Twitter Timeline Continue Reading »

Multi-Media Web Storytelling … and my giraffe video

Halloween us upon us and I’m serving up links to some scrumptious web content topped off with a camera phone Halloween Giraffe video production. I’m hoping there’s inspiration here for those looking to generate customer interest with engaging web content. Statistics show that prospects like to educate themselves online before directly interacting with supplier sales teams. Continue Reading »

WordCamp SF 2013

I’ve become involved with WordPress for the first time this year and it’s been a great experience. WordCamp SF gave me a chance to meet some of the people who I only knew through: Reading their books (Stephanie Leary … WordPress for Web Developers) Taking their online classes (Morten Rand-Hendriksen … Lynda.com course … WordPress 3: Continue Reading »

The Pull of WordPress

Happy 10th Anniversary to WordPress and the community that has made it the leading Content Management System (CMS) used to create web sites and blogs. If you’re in corporate marketing or a leader of an enterprise eager to grow market share and strengthen customer ties, WordPress may be able to help your company better tell your Continue Reading »

Multiply Webcast Impact – Retain and upload video content

I’ve found live webcasts to have an amazing marketing ROI and the benefits of the live event are extended when you download, convert and share webcast video content. Before I describe the three step process further, here’s my experience about how to maximize the impact of the live webcast: Conduct a full run-through – assess Continue Reading »

Pixlr Image Editor

I love Photoshop. But, when it’s not available, Pixlr is a great alternative. Here’s a three minute video showing how I created this composite image using Pixlr. The application is available for use online without charge. It is more limited than Photoshop but Pixlr handles the basics well. The images used to create the composite image in Continue Reading »