Video: tips for scheduling blog posts

This casual “Facebook Live” style video talks about how to schedule blog posts for your personal or business blog including how to keep a variety of topics in your schedule and how to decide when to post blogs. We talk about creating an editorial calendar (and how to be smart about it), and other tips […]

GiveCampNWA opening applications for 2018 event (Press Release)

GiveCampNWA accepting applications for 2018 event Nonprofits that serve NWA can apply for free tech solutions   NORTHWEST ARKANSAS—Nonprofits that serve Northwest Arkansas have the opportunity to receive free technology solutions through GiveCampNWA 2018, which is scheduled for October 19-21. GiveCamp is a weekend-long event where technology and creative professionals including designers, developers, database administrators, […]

Staying Active When You Work from Home

  By Claudia Young, team member When you work with others, you are basically forced to work all day or at least look like you’re always working on something. When you work from home, you are your own boss and sometimes that means you give yourself too many breaks. “I don’t technically have anything due […]

Shannon’s reflections on her internship with Jamie’s Notebook

By Shannon Farr All college students struggle with balancing their classes with their social lives, all while trying to figure out what to do with the rest of the lives. Some college students, not all, have to juggle a job or an extra-curricular club. Fewer still, there are those college students who have to balance […]

Tips for working from home successfully

  By Claudia Young, team member Haven’t read my first blog from this series? Check out my first blog in this series here. One month of full-time freelance: done. I’m struggling to find the balance between work and play. Since we just moved into our new house, I have a huge personal to-do list on top […]

Being Productive As A Full-Time Freelancer

  By Claudia Young, team member This month, I am venturing into full-time freelance work. And to be honest, it’s terrifying. I have a Type A personality, but I know that staying at home makes it hard for me to get things done. I turn into a hermit that forgets to shower and eat meals, […]

Book recommendations for leaders

  By Shannon Farr, writing intern In every area of life, if you want to make a change or alter how you do things, the best way to find inspiration is through the examples of others. Sometimes, this can mean modeling your work ethic after a particular individual. Other times, this means relying on the […]

Investment that empowers a community (why I am sponsoring WordCamp)

If you had told me nine years ago that I would not only be a part of a tech community but that I would thrive in it, I would have laughed at you. I can barely program a VCR (yes, I just dated myself), let alone do something technical like build a website. Well, with […]

4 Quotes to Inspire Any and All Small Business Owners

  By Shannon Farr, writing intern As you can imagine, as an English major, I read quite a few novels, plays, and even poetry. I spend most of my evenings curled up on my couch, reading one book or another, sipping on my glass of wine. The other night, I was reading a book for […]

The idea of #GiveThemJamie and what it means for YOUR business

By Jamie Smith, owner When I talk to people about their website and their blogs, I often ask what makes them the preferred provider or what makes them different from the competition. I often get answers that force me to push further because they are too vague. “Great customer service” (does that mean your competition […]