WordPress Specialist & Website Co-Creator / Coach

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Hi, I'm Chris.

I work with transformational organizations, working hard to make the world better, while providing a meaningful livelihood for themselves and their families.

I help you reach your audience with love, effectiveness, and fun, using WordPress and other technologies, and helping you craft authentic messages, and then integrate those messages with the technology, to create fun and meaningful systems. 


  • Over 12 years experience building WordPress websites for small business startups and learn organizations,
  • Focusing on visionary and transformational leaders throughout many industries
  • I bring a breadth of web development and front-end design experience
  • Compassionateheart-centered, yet practical consulting on all things WordPress and related communications technologies

Go Beyond Themes

I'll show you how to go beyond the battle of "which WordPress theme to choose", and settle on a much more stable approach.

Expert Coaching

I like the "teach a man to fish" approach—I can work one-on-one with you in a series of focused sessions that get the job done much quicker (and cheaper) than you'd expect.

Focused Development

I'll do targeted development work, combined with a consulting approach, to give you the most bang for your buck.

Marketing Technology

  • Integrate email, web, FaceBook, and other marketing methods
  • Create your doable content matrix
  • Support and community to get the job done

Heart-Based Marketing

  • Learn the ways to really align with your ideal clients
  • Align the technological systems with the methods you love to do
  • Develop deep understandings of how to reach and develop long-lasting relationships
Aaron Clark on Having his WordPress Site Get Hacked

What's it like to get your WordPress site hacked?

By Chris | May 20, 2013

WordPress security is not sexy! But getting hacked can be very painful. Aaron Clark of WindowCleaningSantaCruz.com talks about having his WordPress site hacked; what it took to get it back; and how much it cost him.

WPEngine Turns off Revisions (Heads-Up)

By Chris | May 10, 2013

Graeme Maclean via Compfight WP Engine is wonderful. But I have a peeve that they turn off post revisions (support.wpengine.com/i-noticed-revisions-are-disabled-why-and-how-do-i-enable-them/). They say it is a performance issue. This may well be so. Problem: Post revisions can save your ass. They don’t warn people, so you can be taken by surprise by this (… and, more…

How to Choose the Best WordPress Theme

By Chris | April 3, 2013

The WordPress theme market has grown and grown over the past few years. There are many great themes out there, but many customers find themselves disappointed, because they didn’t know what to expect, or get what they thought they were getting. This slide show gives you a roadmap to follow, to help you make better…

Google Analytics—Understanding Accounts vs. Properties vs. Profiles

By Chris | April 1, 2013

I have to admit, that every time I go into Google Analytics in the last few years, I find the organization of data into categories, and sub-categories—and sub-sub-categories—demonically complicated. That is why I finally sat down to make sense of it. Here is what is important, if you are tracking websites: Google’s documentation about “Accounts…

The Best Google Fonts Plugin

By Chris | March 30, 2013

In the past few years, the ability to legitimately use a large variety of fonts has become real. This allows us a huge expanse in what you can do with fonts on the web. And Google has provided such a wide variety of fonts for free, that it makes it easier than ever. This morning…