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One of the advantages of growing older online is that my digital basement is packed with stories from the old days of website design and search engines. There was the time I stood next to Rand Fishkin when he wiped off his shoes. That was apparently so exciting I wrote a blog post about it. We were so young.er. And the many logos I made. Not sure why I wanted to use cables. My Photoshop skills were awesome, right? There were conferences that I live blogged or delivered talks at or in the case of this particular night in New York, was dragged onstage to… Continue Reading I’m Taking NamesRead More →

The farmhouse

Since August I not only had two knees replaced, but we also purchased a small Bucks County farm to expand my business and grow new ones. It’s difficult to believe that in 3 years, so many changes could occur within one family, but that’s exactly what has happened with mine.  One minute we were going through the excitement of watching our new house being built, living with my in-laws, moving into the new house and getting settled, and now we are preparing to move out. Why? Three years ago, I didn’t have my hobby business, Peaceful Wraps and more recently, the macramé art. For Creative… Continue Reading Creative Vision Web Consulting and Peaceful Wraps are MovingRead More →

Kim and Matt during podcast

In July 2017 I traveled to Ohio on the invitation of well-known author, speaker and teacher, Matt Bailey of Site Logic Marketing to be interviewed on usability. Over several days we chatted about the old days of the Internet and our career involvement in the SEO and Usability industries.  Matt creates easy listening podcasts. I was excited to be considered for his Endless Coffee Cup Podcast project. The result are a series of 4 or 5 podcasts. The conversation is relaxed, fun, and educational. If you own a website or work on one, you may find many ideas and inspiration. The following are the first… Continue Reading Kim Krause Berg Podcast Series and New Column NewsRead More →

Cre8asiteforums Archives

Danny Sullivan has no idea the role he played in my life, but he’s about to find out. His recent decision to pursue new endeavors seems like a good time to tell him. In 1996, I was the webmaster for a magazine publishing company.  I was assigned to the publication about the Internet. I got the job because I taught myself HTML, owned Cre8pc.com, and animated the magazine’s mascot, which impressed the magazine editor. He had given me my first big break. It was my job to convert the print version from MAC to PC for the website version I was hired to build, maintain… Continue Reading Danny Sullivan Was My Life Line, LiterallyRead More →