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Jim is a writer, teacher, consultant, and an advocate for clarity in communication. He helps clients make sense of their online presence, and translates tech-speak into plain English.

3-Minute Guru: Adding ReCaptcha to a Contact Form

By Jim Wright | October 24, 2017

Cut down on the unwanted messages that come through your site’s contact form by adding ReCaptcha. It takes only about three minutes to learn to add it.

Getting Started With Speaking Engagements

By Jim Wright | October 11, 2017

Speaking engagements can be an excellent marketing tool for web writers. Through them you can build authority and connect with high-quality prospects. Use the helpful tips you find here to get started with this proven marketing strategy.

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3-Minute Guru: WordPress Menu Tip

By Jim Wright | September 22, 2017

If you want to make your WordPress drop-down menu clickable, but not the main menu item, there’s an easy way to do that. See how in this video.

Video How To Guides on Setting Up Your Email Service Provider

By Jim Wright | September 1, 2017

These videos show you how to set up your email service provider, start building your list, connect with your readers on a regular basis, and respond automatically when your readers take certain actions.

WordPress Updates You Need to Know About

By Jim Wright | August 25, 2017

WordPress updates always seem to include some new–and very useful–functionality. Check out how WordPress has changed for the better in this edition of Tech Corner.

Are You Sabotaging Yourself by Sharing Your Goals?

By Jim Wright | July 26, 2017

You may be sabotaging your goals in a completely unexpected way. It’s something experts routinely recommend that could actually be holding you back.

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3-Minute Guru: Email Tips

By Jim Wright | June 27, 2017

Have you ever found yourself wondering how to set up a contact form to send to multiple email addresses? Here’s a quick and easy email tip to help.

3-Minute Guru: Finding Royalty-Free Images

By Jim Wright | May 11, 2017

Images are important to you as a web writer, because they make your content more effective. Here’s an easy trick for locating royalty free images on Google.

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