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7 Things That Are Easier With a Custom Content Management System

Posted on June 6, 2016 by Julie Short
Lately, we’ve been sharing some of the benefits of custom content management systems. First, we looked at three specific functionalities that are easier to achieve with the CMS than they are with WordPress and similar platforms; then, we looked at ad...
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Do You Need Advanced Custom CMS Applications?

Posted on July 2, 2015 by Julie Short
In an earlier post, we looked at some of the top-level advantages of using a custom content management system instead of WordPress or the other more popular options. To be sure, custom CMS setups aren’t for everyone, but for companies that can use th...
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3 Benefits of Using a Custom CMS

Posted on June 25, 2015 by Julie Short
Deciding to implement a content management system into your new website is an easy call – doing so makes it easy for you to add and update pages while maintaining a consistent look throughout every part of the site. Figuring out which content managem...
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Perfect Harmony: How a Designated Conflict Management System Makes Your Business Better

Posted on May 29, 2014 by Julie Short
No matter what kind of business you run, there's bound to be conflict. If you allow conflict to go unresolved, it has the potential to lead to unhappy employees, employee turnover, lackluster production and even expensive lawsuits. You may be surprise...
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What happens on the internet stays on the internet. Forever.

Posted on March 21, 2012 by Jennifer Pointer
When I was in school, I remember being told by advertising experts that "any publicity is good publicity."  Perhaps in some industries, this is (or was) true. I remember Jerry Falwell galvanized what he referred to as the "moral majority," primarily by m...
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Online Credibility

Posted on March 19, 2012 by Jennifer Pointer
Mashable had a great post over the weekend, listing the factors that make a tweet credible, according to researchers from Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University.  The data seems to confirm what we discussed  last week pertaining to networking and reci...
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