Matt is the co-founder of SitePoint, 99designs and Flippa. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.
GoDaddy Supports SOPA – Here’s How To Transfer Your Domains
GoDaddy.com, one of the most popular domain name registrars, has come out in support of SOPA – The Stop Online Piracy Act. Adam Savage, of Mythbusters fame, eloquently summed up SOPA in his Popular Mechanics column: “[SOPA] would allow for the wholesale elimination of entire websites, domain names, and chunks of the DNS (the underlying […]
3 Plugins to Make the Most of Gmail
Matt discusses three Gmail plugins that can help you achieve greater productivity.
Mark Zuckerberg’s First Site Sold for $30,201
Mark Zuckerberg’s first website, FaceMash, was featured in the film The Social Network. The domain recently sold on Flippa.com for $30,201.
7 Deadly Sins of Landing Page Design
Matt Mickiewicz has just returned from Affiliate Convention where the most popular presentation was about landing page optimization. If you’re not thinking about how your clients’ web sites perform, you really should be.
PayPal Doubles Fees, Forgets to Tell Customers
If you’re a PayPal customer, you may be in for a surprise the next time you look at your account. PayPal has introduced new fees for receiving money into PayPal accounts. Don’t count on hearing from them about it, though.
How to Successfully Integrate Social Media Into Your Site
At the recent Web 2.0 Expo, Matt caught a session from Digg’s Bob Buch about the best way to integrate social media into your site.
How Zappos Does Customer Service and Company Culture
At the recent SxSW conference, Matt Mickiewicz was fortunate enough to listen to Tony Hseh, CEO of Zappos, deliver a keynote presentation about how customer service and cultural fit factors into his (very successful) business model.
The Art of Responding to Feedback from Your Community
Last week Matt Mickiewicz attended the SxSW Interactive conference in Austin, TX, where he sat in on a session about responding to feedback in an online community. Here he relays some of the things he learned.
SitePoint Interviews Guy Kawasaki at SxSW 2009
Luke Cuthbertson had a chance to catch up with Alltop.com founder Guy Kawasaki to ask him about his browser of choice, his #1 piece of advice for entrepreneurs, and his thoughts on the new Twitter “Suggested Users” list.
WDN08: But I Don’t Have A Middle Name!
On January 30th, over three hundred developers and designers descended upon the Hyatt Hotel in Vancouver, Canada for Web Directions North. The conference kicked off with a keynote by Jeffrey Zeldman, one of the founding members of The Web Standards Project. Jeffrey’s presentation covered a 10-year history of the project, the obstacles faced and its […]