Everyone has at one point or another found a website where something working or the page has been removed. This is known as a “404 Error” and no one likes to get them. In fact, it can anger online customers.

Did you know that you can design your own error page? I’ve seen some really great ones (I’ve done my own) but this one makes me chuckle.

Take the opportunity to make me smile when something goes wrong. They won’t blame you, they’ll move on just a little happier.

>>If you’re up for it, check out this amazing Hollywood-style error video. I love it! http://youtu.be/hXUwWljkNAI

Responsive Website

Have you noticed I haven’t been writing lately? I have been anxiously awaiting returning to content creation but was in the middle of a website redesign and I didn’t want to muddy the waters.

As a social media trainer, I get to work with some amazing tools every day and my site needed a new coat of paint and a tuneup to stay in line with mobile web browsing. My new site is responsive, meaning that no matter what device you view it from, it will resize to fit your viewing needs. No maintaining a mobile site AND main site because it’s all the same thing.

I highly recommend my web designer, Kevin Gallagher of Inbound Design. He works in WordPress, created my last website as well as this one, and we’ve worked together on many projects. He’s a great guy, easy to work with, and I’m always happy with the finished product.

Now that it’s done, back to writing!