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Questions to ask when hiring a web developer
Seeking a company to partner with and trust to build your online presence can be nerve-racking and intimidating. The stories flood in over and over again how companies spent a ton of money and hated what they ended up with or even worse generated... Read more! Check out the complete list of questions on the Keystone Click blog!
Ongoing Fees of Owning a Website
Owning a website is a lot like owning a car. Think about it; you get to customize a website so it fits exactly what you need, you get what you pay for, and it requires maintenance.  Just like a car.   When you buy... Read more! Visit the Keystone Click blog for the complete list of fees you might need to look out for!
Don't Let Crappy Content Ruin Your Website
I attended a session at DrupalCon that focused on content being the key to a successful website. A website will do you no good, even if it looks amazing, if it is loaded up with bad content. The harsh reality is that the content... READ MORE! Visit the Keystone Click blog for the full post!
Networking Tips
What do you think when you hear the word ‘Networking’?  Is it truly about selling?  Or is networking more about building relationships? Networking can be scary for the newbie to the group.  But in all reality... READ MORE! Visit the Keystone Click blog for the full list of networking tips!
Remember the story about the Three Little Pigs? One little pig built his house out of straw, one little pig built his house out of sticks, and one little pig built his house out of brick. We all know how this story goes so...where am I going with this? ...READ MORE! Visit the Keystone Click website to finish this post!
Take control of your inbox
We've all seen that funny cartoon with the email ten years ago to email now.  It's showing how exciting email was when it first came out and everyone started using it.  Nowadays, email is a bit overwhelming to many. Over the years, I found a number of fun and cool tools online that have helped me.  And being the curious individual that I am, I reached out to my network... Read More
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