Two Trends of the Evolving CMS (Part 3)

On March 4, 2015, in WordPress, by Janice Burney

Driven by mobile device adoption, responsive design became an important factor behind web development requirements. Websites are no longer static, one-way content broadcasts. Websites are the hub for conversation, community and commerce. As part of an overall digital strategy, web content management needs to measure the impact of content while unifying and scaling mobile and […]

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WordPress Lessons Learned (Part 2)

On March 4, 2015, in WordPress, by Janice Burney

WordPress Lessons Learned Content management systems operate in a continually evolving landscape. The popularity of open source solutions has caused a shift among developers from custom coding environments to open source CMS solutions where the source code is completely open and available for customization. WordPress builds are well suited for sites that require less integrated […]

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WordPress As A CMS? (Part 1)

On March 4, 2015, in WordPress, by Janice Burney

WordPress released in 2003 was born from the desire for an elegant and well-architected personal publishing platform built on PHP and MySQL. Starting as a bloggers platform, WordPress evolved into a full web-based content management system with thousands of plugins, widgets and themes that offer a complete customizable enterprise solution.  As a free open source […]

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You’re on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube – Now What?

On March 8, 2012, in Social Media, by Janice Burney

When developing content for your social sites, keep in mind that brands no longer call the shots. The power of the social voice has forced brands to rethink how they inform consumers about their products and services. There’s no denying that traditional media has been usurped by social media. But let’s not throw traditional media […]

There’s A Social Media Revolution

On November 29, 2011, in Social Media, by Janice Burney

Social Media is … a lot of stuff Erick Qualman, author of Socialnomics, put together a series of videos that really qualify the social media revolution going on today. And if you haven’t figured it out, because there’s a lot of figuring, 90% of people trust their peers on brand recommendations, but only 14% trust […]


Best Social Media Plugins for WordPress

On May 26, 2011, in Social Media, by Janice Burney

There’s a myriad of great WordPress plugins to choose from making it hard to stay on top of the best ones. We have tested countless apps and found that these plugins deserve mention. Hope this will save you time and effort on your blog. Twitter Widgets Display your twitter feed on your blog or website […]

Steps for Website Technical SEO

On May 21, 2011, in Search Engine Optimization, by Janice Burney

Get Your Keys to the Technical Search Engine Optimization Kingdom Technical Requirements for SEO For more information: 2011 It’s true, traditional marketing (telemarketing, cold calling, print ads…) is being replaced by Social Media strategies that generate inbound marketing traffic. Technical SEO First Steps Organic search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the most […]

Is Traditional Marketing Spent?

On March 30, 2011, in Social Media, by Janice Burney

Marketing tools have changed since the Internet superhighway weaved a prolific path through households. Is social networking replacing traditional advertising? It’s time to take a good hard look at your advertising budget. How are you allocating funds? Are you still spending enormous amounts of money on print and commercial advertising? Your company could benefit from […]