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  1. Top 13 Soups in Nashville

    Why is soup a winter food? It’s a trick question; the answer is it’s not. But I ask to point […]

  2. By the Numbers: The Power of Statistics

    Everyone loves playing the percentages. You find them filling up incredibly cool-looking infographics and looming large in PowerPoint presentations. Speakers emphasize […]

  3. The Shoe Shine Man

    So how long does it take to get a good shine? About seven minutes, give or take, says Carlos Deford […]

  4. Touch Me Twice: Decreasing One-And-Done Visitors for Unsung Nashville

    After launching Unsung Nashville, we took four key steps to engage people more than once.

  5. Don’t Tank Your Rank: Why Website Redesigns & SEO Must Coexist

    Website redesigns are a tricky gambit when it comes to SEO. In the exciting rush to realize the vision for […]

  6. Make the Most of Professional Conferences with Twitter

    Thoughts on maximizing conference attendance via Twitter, in the stylings of Dr. Seuss (kind of): You have elected (or been […]

  7. Queen Bee

    What’s the difference between Sourwood and Dark Wildflower honey? It’s the kind of question Carol Hagen answers weekly at the […]

  8. Website Themes – Buy, Renovate or Build?

    As a web developer specializing in writing WordPress code, a question I’m often asked is, “Should I purchase and use […]

  9. Analytics: A Love Story

    Just like the novice dater faced with a wealth of possible matches, when you first dig into analytics for your business you’re probably going to be overwhelmed by the sheer amount of what you see.

  10. 3 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Business Blog

    ‘Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions. You may be swearing off junk food or spending more time at the […]

  11. Reaching the Heart of Healthcare

    My dad passed away unexpectedly last month. I went home to Illinois for a week to spend time with family […]

  12. Don’t Overlook the Easy Wins

    I’m fairly certain that one reason Parthenon keeps me around is that I’m a relentless reader and learner. What I […]