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Social Media Integration

Facebook and Twitter are two very important social media platforms that can seriously improve the reach of your website content. Content Management Systems can be configured to automatically send new content to Facebook and Twitter via RSS feeds, with linkback to your website, which improves traffic. WordPress Sites $500 per site Install Facebook Connect and […]

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Suck Creek Cycle website

Bike Shop Website with Facebook Features

Suck Creek Cycle website I’ve been hosting and helping with Suck Creek Cycle’s website since they opened in 1998. The site was long overdue for an upgrade, so I took an existing template design and tweaked it a bit to look like the bike shop, then integrated social media and syndicated content from their vendors. […]

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Social Media — Facebook, Twitter, Blogging and Sharing

Social media, including sites like Facebook and MySpace, micro-blogging platforms like Twitter, and sharing/bookmarking tools like Digg, and Stumble Upon are all very important to your outreach to customers, not to mention the incoming links they provide, and the potential of exponential viral traffic. Add to this the need for regular blogging (on your […]

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Office Coordinators Inc. website

Office Furniture Retail Showcase

…the site came together, and how easy it is to manage with WordPress! “Inquiry mode” e-commerce: customers can select items, add to shopping cart, then email for more information or price quote Search Engine Optimization: Google Analytics and Sitemaps WordPress Content Management Social Networking with Facebook “score card” Thank you for your persistence. You’re our […]

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Sequatchie Cove Farm website

Organic Farm Website with Slideshows and Content Management

Sequatchie Cove Farm website This site was produced in tandem with Widgets & Stone, a Chattanooga design firm. We’re members of Sequatchie Cove Farm’s Community Shared Agriculture program, so we are very familiar with the quality of the eggs, dairy, meat and produce coming out of the clean and fertile Sequatchie Valley. (Will Work for […]

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