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Five Reasons Why I Love Wordpress


Main | Stop tweeting about the # of followers you have » October 23, 2009 Five Reasons Why I Love Wordpress WordPress was originally made as a blog publishing application but has now evolved into a huge content management system (CMS). It was first released in May 2003 by its co-founders Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little as the successor to b2/cafelog. These are what turn the basic blog program into a full content management system. Essentially, the WordPress theme system is a way to skin your website. It’s bigger than all of us.

The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Amanda Gant

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The only time I was called Amanda up until 2003 was when mom got really angry. With a good content management system or a developer, you can add almost anything to your site. also edited all three versions of Andy Crestodina’s book, Content Chemistry , so I’ve read that one more than a hundred times and at least thirty times in the past six months. But should you?

WordPress vs Drupal: Which CMS is Right for Your Site?


Most websites these days have massive amounts of content that must be managed for the smooth functioning of the site. The role of this falls to content management systems, or CMSes. It was first released back in 2003. So where do these two systems stack up in comparison? That depends on what you want your content management system to do for you.

Social Media Strategies for Small Business: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn Marketing

Rich Brooks President, flyte new media GET WEB MARKETING ARTICLES EMAILED TO YOU MONTHLY WEB MARKETING NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES 2010 How to Claim Your Business on Facebook Places 6 Reasons Your Conversion Rates Are So Low The Visibility Formula: How Web Marketing Builds Your Business How to Build Your Online Social Network Quickly and Ethically 8 Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog Content Strategy for Online Lead Generation 5 Steps to a More Effective Web Site Business Blog FAQ: Blogging Secrets Revealed! Last week we got a small job from someone who found me through Twitter.

eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

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Contents Introduction Towards a Definition Driving Forces Developments to Date Barriers Future Potential References Web Links Introduction A definition for the term Personal Learning Environment ( PLE ), remains elusive. The primary purpose of the systems is to organise course content for transmission to enrolled students. 2003). eLearning & Deliberative Moments. 2002).