Rebuild, Reorganize, Remain Calm

Rebuild, Reorganize, Remain Calm

 

I have a great deal of empathy for my clients who need help making their websites meet today’s rules for everything. Because those rules for everything change every week. As someone who is hired to help businesses build usable, accessible and functional websites, the least I can do is make sure that my own act as an example. Anyone who works as an SEO, digital marketer, web designer, software development and content writer, to name a few areas, are also…
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Hochman Consultants Hires Kim Krause Berg (Press Release)

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cheshire, CT April 15 (Press Release) – Search marketing agency, Hochman Consultants, announces the addition of Consultant, Kim Krause Berg, owner of Creative Vision Web Consulting, LLC, of Quakertown, PA, to its digital marketing and web site development team. Kim Krause Berg is a website usability and accessibility consultant specializing in website testing, meeting website ADA legal compliance and standards, usability and conversions website audits and business requirements support. Her career spans over twenty years and includes…
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Kim Krause Berg Joins Hochman Consultants

 

Read Full Press Release Search marketing agency, Hochman Consultants, announces the addition of Consultant, Kim Krause Berg, owner of Creative Vision Web Consulting, LLC, of Quakertown, PA, to its digital marketing and web site development team. Kim Krause Berg is a website usability and accessibility consultant specializing in website testing, meeting website ADA legal compliance and standards, usability and conversions website audits and business requirements support. Her career spans over twenty years and includes search engine marketing, online community management,…
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Still Building Websites Like It’s 1995

Still Building Websites Like It’s 1995

 

Somewhere in my pile of web junk, countless desktops, laptops, tablets and Kindles later, is a picture of me using my first PC in the kitchen of my old townhouse. My parents and the guy who would later become my husband (for which I had NO idea at the time that was in my future!), were standing behind me. I must have been showing them how I would unplug the house landline, dial up AOL with the 9600 baud modem,…
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