Alyssa Gregory is a small business collaborator and the founder of the Small Business Bonfire, a social, educational and collaborative community for entrepreneurs.
20 Social Networking Sites for Business Professionals
With the growing use of social networking by business professionals, there is a growing number of social networking sites focused on business users. Check out Alyssa’s list of 20 business networking sites worth a look.
10 Attractive Mobile WordPress Themes
If you don’t have a mobile-friendly version of your website or blog, you could be missing out on a huge audience. Lucky enough to have a WordPress powered site? Alyssa Gregory shares 10 sharp, professional, and functional mobile WordPress themes to help you reach your mobile audience quickly and easily.
It’s Time to Make a Change
Change is good. Alyssa talks about how you can tell if it’s time to embrace change, and what change means for her.
Solo: Project Management for Creatives
Alyssa explores a new project management tool for creative and modern freelancers. Do you think Solo could help you boost productivity?
Three Options for Changing the Domain Name of Your Blog
Changing the domain name of your blog can be painful. But you have options. Alyssa explores three options for moving your blog to a new domain.
Digging into Social Data with SocialReport
Social Report is social dashboard that helps you track all of your social accounts, networks, websites, short links and blogs. Alyssa gives it a test drive.
Four Criticisms from SitePoint Readers to Facebook
The upgrade to Facebook Pages has caused a discussion of both good and bad new features. Alyssa gives us a recap of the criticisms. What’s your take?
Using Facebook as Your Page
Alyssa further explored one of the most confusing features of the Facebook Pages upgrade — using Facebook as if you are logged in as your Page, not you. Here is a look at what she discovered.
Facebook Pages Are Changing
If you own a Page on Facebook, you will soon be prompted to take a tour of the new Page design, then decide if you want to upgrade. Alyssa gives us an overview of the changes.
Using a Client Referral Program to Grow Your Business
Structured client referral programs are an excellent way to encourage your existing clients to pass your name onto their colleagues. Alyssa takes a look at some of the benefits of client referral programs and some questions you need to consider before you set one up.