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Clients Deserve Us At Our Best

By John Locke Nov 24, 2014 in Business and Entrepreneurship, Client Attraction

Our Clients Deserve Us At Our Best

There’s something that I see in the web industry that bothers me. It’s still a widespread practice, though it should have ended a while ago.

This practice is destructive to both clients and developers, and ultimately helps no one. Hopefully, by talking about it, we can help eradicate it.

What I’m referring to is when developers deceive their clients.

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Useful Twitter Tools For Business

Twitter Tools That Make Life Easy

This is Part Three of a mini-series on using Twitter for business. Part One is a general intro to Twitter. Part Two is about gaining meaningful followers on Twitter.


There are many useful Twitter tools that will help you in your efforts. These are just a few of the ones I have used.

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How To Get Meaningful Followers On Twitter

By John Locke Nov 16, 2014 in Client Attraction, Marketing Strategy, Social Media

How To Get Meaningful Followers On Twitter

This is part two of a mini-series on using Twitter. Part One can be found here.


Here’s a disclaimer. I don’t have tens of thousands of followers on Twitter. But I’m pretty satisfied with the quality of followers that I do have. Having a two-way familiarity between those I follow and those who follow me is important to me. I’d like to share the things that helped me get meaningful followers on Twitter, and if you choose, you can take some of those ideas and see if they work for you.

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Intro: Twitter For Small Business

By John Locke Nov 12, 2014 in Client Attraction, Marketing Strategy, Social Media

Intro To Using Twitter For Business

This is the first of a mini-series on using Twitter for small business. Today we’ll cover the basics of using Twitter. You should also read the Twitter Small Business Guide if you’re new to the platform.

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WordCamp San Francisco 2014 Recap, Day 2

WordCamp San Francisco 2014 Recap, Day 2

On Day Two of WordCamp San Francisco 2014, Matt Mullenweg dropped some bombshells concerning the future of WordPress and WCSF. I got to meet some of my web development heroes, and the speaker track was just as amazing as it was on Saturday. You can read my recap of WCSF14 Day One here. Now, onto coverage from Sunday.

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