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Month: October 2014

Resources build-your-own-website
5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Build Your Own Website

So you want to build your own website. There are HUNDREDS of services and DIFY (do it for you) setups out there that promise instant websites. Many offer free or very cheap solutions for business owners wanting to toss up a quick online presence. These free sites are great for a quick proof of concept for an idea, or…

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WordPress Remote IT Departments
The Evolution and Benefits of the Remote IT Department

It’s well known in our industry that IT departments have changed drastically in their organizational structure over the last decade. Although some traditional IT departments still exist, many enterprise level companies are learning important lessons from smaller startups and DIY business owners about how to streamline their IT needs. This is especially true for companies taking advantage of Open…

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News & Events
Announcing the Launch of TreatingPain!

For the past six months, our Custom Development Team has been nose to the grindstone working on the new TreatingPain website. We are currently on a happy high after launching the new custom theme for this valuable website. TreatingPain helps people across the USA find solutions to their pain. Their site educates visitors on treatment options…

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News & Events WordCampTampa 2014
WordCamp Tampa 2014 — The Research and Discovery Phase

Last weekend our team traveled to Tampa, Florida to speak at WordCamp Tampa. This conference was Tampa’s first WordCamp, and it started with a bang, with over 250 in attendance and representatives pouring in from all over the globe. It took place at the spacious Keiser University campus. This year, James Tryon—our Creative Director—decided to present “Research and…

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WP Valet Profiles – Dylan Ryan – Premium Valet

Describe your position at WPV and what you do. Currently at WPV, I am a Premium Valet. This means any request for support is directed towards me as the initial contact. After the request is made, I will investigate the issue and determine whether the issue needs to be escalated or handle it myself. I’m…

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