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Launching a Website Part 3 – Dedicated Servers

See previous posts in this thread: Part 1 – Shared Hosting Part 2 – WordPress Part 3 – Dedicated Servers Earlier we discussed shared hosting and its advantages: cheap, easy to setup, and easy to administer. The biggest downside to shared hosting is speed. Since your website is hosted on a server with potentially hundredsLearn More
  • 21 Feb, 2018
  • Phil Hong
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  • dedicated servers, marketing, web hosting, wordpress,

Backing up a WordPress website

Why Backup? Backing up is one of the most important conversations we have with all of our clients. Backups are simple to setup and administer but often they are ignored because they don’t help to achieve immediate business objectives. Only when something goes wrong do backups become top of mind. A WordPress website represents weeksLearn More
  • 17 Jan, 2018
  • Phil Hong
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  • backup, marketing, web hosting, wordpress,

Launching a Website Part 2 – WordPress

See previous posts in this thread: Part 1 – Shared Hosting Part 2 – WordPress Now that you have your web hosting provider selected, it’s time to make some fundamental choices about the website itself. The first question is always “what technology do we use?”. The answer is likely going to be WordPress. Over 70Learn More
  • 26 Oct, 2017
  • Phil Hong
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  • marketing, web hosting, wordpress,

Launching a Website Part 1 – Shared Hosting

Launching a website is an exciting time. It is the digital representation of your business. In today’s hyper-connected world, it should be a primary channel for conducting business. This series of posts covers our methodology for launching a website. Part 1 – Shared Hosting The cloud is all the rage these days and for goodLearn More
  • 26 Aug, 2017
  • Phil Hong
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  • dedicated servers, marketing, web hosting, wordpress,

Transitioning from Paypal to Authorize.net

One of our clients recently requested to change the payment gateway for her website from Paypal to Authorize.net. We have been using Paypal for 5+ years but the relationship has always been tenuous. First some background: We went with Paypal initially because it allowed us to customize the entire check-out process and hide Paypal fromLearn More
  • 3 Jul, 2012
  • Phil Hong
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Academic Event Management Redesign

Academic Event Management specializes in planning events such as continuing medical education courses. Recently we were responsible for implementing their new site redesign. Working closely with their designers we were challenged to come up with a solution that met the client’s needs and resulted in a clean, elegant upgrade.   In December 2010 we launched the new websiteLearn More
  • 15 May, 2011
  • Phil Hong
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  • website redesign css php,

Introduction to PHP

The purpose of this article is to help you determine if PHP is the right technology for your web application.Learn More
  • 24 Sep, 2010
  • Phil Hong
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  • framework, introduction, php,