Diving Into WordPress

Our company has long worked with small business. You know, anywhere from 1 to 10 people in the company. Small business that doesn’t have huge budgets and work hard day in and day out to pay the bills and keep people employed. We found a niche with these small businesses in offering them all sorts […]

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How Google Fiber Should Change Rural Communities

With all the talk about Google Fiber here in Kansas City and the recent announcement that Olathe, KS is now on the list of next cities to get Google Fiber, I keep wishing I would get something faster soon. You see, I don’t live in town, Lenexa, Overland Park, Leawood, Shawnee, etc. I live out […]

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Don’t Say Too Much

When you are driving on a highway and you see a billboard, how many words do you take the time to read? If you try to read more than a sentence, please let me know which highways you frequent and when so I can avoid them. I don’t think it’s safe to try to read […]

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The Art of the Infographic

Does anyone else sigh to themselves when they see a big block of text they are supposed to read? Maybe I am just more lazy than the average person, but unless I am really interested in the subject at hand, I find reading a chore. This can be a difficult problem when a company is […]

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Cut the Teather and Get Away

Technology is great and allows us to be more efficient if we know how to use it. I think of some people who will remain nameless, that just can’t use technology and are paying for stuff they’ll never use half of. Still not texting? No emails on your phone? No cell phone??? For those of […]

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New Website

We have worked with Scott Balentine at Lifestyles Custom Homes for as long as I can remember. The website we did for him way back in 2005 really stood the test of time. It was clean, simple, well written, great photos, and was just easy to use and find what you needed…and looked good. Scott […]

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