Move Forward

Photo of stairs advancing upward with multiplication equation of 7 times 1 and ascending with each step to the next number in the seven series.

In your business today, take a moment and reflect on this quote from Mark Twain – “Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection.” Let’s all move forward in our businesses today.

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Why My Server Does Not Have Email Available

Mailboxes in a row.

I’m often asked why my server does not have email available. I always recommend G Suite to my clients and there are several main reasons why I do so. This post will help you understand why not hosting email services on my server makes sense and is beneficial for you.

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WordCamp Buffalo

Thank you for attending my talk at WordCamp Buffalo! Here are the resources that I mentioned: Business Continuity Plan Template My slides:

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StudioPress Sites Are Live!

Not Just Another WordPress Site The ease of an all-in-one website builder with the flexible power of WordPress Get Your StudioPress Site Now Introducing StudioPress Sites — WordPress made easy without sacrificing power or flexibility. It’s perfect for bloggers, podcasters, and affiliate marketers, as well as those selling physical products, digital downloads, and membership programs.…

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Learning Is Not Luck Of The Draw

Learning is not luck of the draw

A photo posted by Paul Oyler (@pauloyler) on Jan 28, 2017 at 11:13am PST “Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence.” ~ Abigail Adams  

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WordPress Truly Is A Community

In my post on Monday, I mentioned the WordPress Community, and how much it means to me. I’m thinking some probably were thinking, “how can a ‘thing’ be a community?” Here is how WordPress is a Community Tuesday was a really bad day for me. Several things went wrong. I was stuck on two different…

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The Year That Was For Oyler Creative, And A Look Ahead to 2017

In December of 2016 I traveled to Philadelphia for WordCamp US, the largest WordPress conference in the United States.

Most people wrote their “year-in-review” and “look-ahead” posts over a month ago. But I’ve never been accused of being like most people, so I’m publishing my look back at 2016 and my look ahead at 2017 near the end of January. Thank you for indulging me… WordPress Community In 2016 I jumped wholeheartedly into the…

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