One of the best parts about the WordPress Standard Theme is the simple and yet powerful navigation bar that contains whatever you want. It has the capacity to contain eight preset social media icons or any custom buttons you want to include, the automated category navigation, or any endless number of custom navigation links that you create. At the same time, it would cool to make our website on all platforms (desktop, mobile) into an application looking format, simply by adjusting the location of the navigation bar.
Archives for October 2012
We love sharing the resources that we make or come across online and a huge thing that has been a benefit for myself is my RSS feed. This living and breathing list is always in flux, adding some websites and removing others at least every month if not more frequently. Below is our current list as of this month that we are subscribed with and categorized for your use. (Note: All new blogs added since last post are in bold)
Chow Hon Lam has a charming way of combining geek culture with his own art style in a fun and unique way.
Here’s more of his work:
Fоr а lоng tіmе Google search hаѕ bееn ruling the rооѕt. Probably due to this еvеry one of us is lеd tо believe that ‘Intеrnеt’ mеаnѕ ‘Gооglе.’ Climbing tо the fіrѕt page of Google search rеѕultѕ hаѕ bесоmе imperative. Online marketing hаѕ become ѕynоnymоuѕ wіth Google search. But іѕ that the truth? Hаѕ the online market decisively ѕhіftеd towards social media? This pоѕt trіеѕ to еxplоdе the myth оf the Google supremacy.
In the previous post, Branding Your Church Like a President, we acknowledged that a solid brand starts with the look, mannerisms, and presence of the candidate. However, a successful candidate (like a successful brand), goes beyond the “big speech” and becomes something people keep talking about.
To grow your brand you need to consider the main factor in success: What Others Say About You.