Recently I was working with a start-up client’s website development team to create an e-commerce site for their products. And while doing so, even though I’m on the marketing side of things, I noticed an issue that had to be rectified.
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Lately I’ve been presented with a bunch of questions about permalink structures for WordPress and decided to whip up a quick explanation. In particular, I’d like to touch permalinks and why they should not include category names.
oken to 9 of my friends/associates that have been in the website design business for over 5 years, and I asked for their opinion on WordPress. Surprisingly, 7 out of 9 designers use WP on a regoken to 9 of my friends/associates that have been in the website design business for over 5 ye
Lisa Ling, an American journalist best known for her role as co-host of ABC’s The View, has launched a new website for women, by women with a goal of helping women overcome the curveballs life tends to throw.
Over the past 2-3 years, I’ve noticed small and large business website design drastically shift from Flash to Social Media friendly CMS systems (e.g. WordPress), which is a widespread trend that’s taking over.
Many of you Social Media enthusiasts love WordPress and stand behind the platform 100%, and I’m in the same boat as you. It’s robust, adored by search engines, intuitive, and ultimately an all around kick butt system that can be used for blogs or as a Content Management System (CMS). But when it comes to e-commerce systems, who takes the cake?