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Month: March 2016

Website Management Website Management for WordPress
Hiring the Right Team for Website Management

Taking care of your website should be manageable. Given the fantastic open-source software like WordPress available, the wide variety of plugins, and the massive amounts of data you can collect to gain context on how you’re doing—website management should be easy. (more…)

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AMP for WordPress—How to Get Started

Google recently launched AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) to create “a better, faster mobile web”. When Google makes announcements backing projects like AMP, it’s worthwhile that site owners take note. (more…)

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Meet Our Custom Website Development Client: Nico Secunda

Valet recently launched a custom website development project for the Dance of the Deer Foundation, and we decided to check in & see how our client felt about the results. We chatted with the site’s Managing Director, Nico Secunda.

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News & Events
PressNomics 2016 Conference Highlights

We’re excited to kick off 2016 with some great conferences, including one of our favorites—PressNomics! Our team headed west last week to Arizona to attend PressNomics 2016. One of the highlights of the conference was meeting with folks face-to-face whom we typically only get to see online in the WordPress space. (more…)

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Maslow’s Hierarchy for Your WordPress Website

Maslow’s Hierarchy is a theory of human need often expressed as a pyramid. Starting at the bottom, the most fundamental human needs (food, water, shelter) are in the larger section. Towards the top of the pyramid, it moves up towards growth and self-actualization (love, esteem, and being your best.)   (more…)

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WordCamp Miami 2016 Conference—A Wrap Up

WordCamp Miami 2016 was just last month, and what a terrific conference it was! This particular WordCamp was very fulfilling for me. I was able to bring my oldest daughter—who is 6, to attend the Kid’s Camp on Saturday. I volunteered at a WordCamp Kid’s Camp in Orlando last year and thought that she would…

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