About Paige Duffy

Pursuing her love of writing fiction, Paige earned a Master of English and Creative Writing degree from Southern New Hampshire University. Constantly busy, she loves putting her all into a project until it's done. When she’s not creating stories, she’s experiencing them—either through books, manga, or games.

Here are my most recent posts

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Ten: How to Measure Your PPC Campaign

Previously in our Simple Tech for Small Business Owners series, we talked about PPC (pay per click) advertising. This is a great method for small businesses to get ads out there since they only need to pay for ads that generate actual clicks to their website, not just duration of ad time. But having a successful PPC campaign isn’t just about … [Read more...]

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Nine: Domain Names

Your small business website is a great way to build your brand and attract new customers. However, getting people to your website is the result of a number of factors, which mostly relies on SEO to pull in attention and search engine rankings. Even so, there’s another level of consideration that comes into helping people to your site: your domain … [Read more...]

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Eight: CSS

Previously on Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, we’ve discussed the importance of understanding coding and learning HTML. As a brief recap, we talked about why it’s good for your small business website to learn about HTML, as it’s one of the most widespread coding languages for web development in the world. In general, if your site runs on … [Read more...]

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Seven: Video Campaigns

If you’ve ever used a video streaming service, then you’ve likely seen a video ad before. Video is an increasingly popular form of media, which makes it the perfect form of advertising. Not just for large companies, but for smaller businesses as well. When you make use of a video campaign, you’re creating some great opportunities for attracting … [Read more...]

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Six: HTTP vs HTTPS

Cybersecurity is something that is on everyone’s minds these days. From the risks of potential hackers to phishing schemes, we’re always wondering what new threat will come to the surface. In addition to these problems, website owners have their own worries about security as well. Any website owner should take steps to ensure the security of … [Read more...]

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Five: HTML

In my previous post, I discussed WordPress, one of your content management system (CMS) options for building a website. Most CMSs don’t require users to have any knowledge of code to make a functioning website that’s ready for business. Even so, understanding basic code can help any business owner greatly. Coding may seem like an impossible to … [Read more...]