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WordPress is great for the small business website

WordPress is perfect for your small business

When building websites back in the 90’s, we had to build every page from scratch. If something changed for one page, we had to make the change on every page. For larger sites, this was a nightmare. Maintenance was tedious and almost impossible to do by yourself. If you decided you wanted to change the design of your site, you basically had to throw out the old site and build a new one.

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  • April 15, 2014
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Why Custom Facebook And Twitter Pages Are Almost Always Worth It

There are a lot of reasons we could give you as to why it’s so important to have a custom Facebook or Twitter page for your company. We could write about the growing number of studies that show how people are increasingly going online to social media sites to find products and service recommendations.

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  • September 2, 2013

Aolani – San Diego’s best charter option

Cofa Media is proud to announce the launch of the new Aolani website. Aolani is a beautiful 58′ SUNCHASER American Catamaran, that can be chartered for corporate events, weddings, birthday parties, whale watching or holiday cruises.

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  • August 15, 2013
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Web Design and Development Sign Off Agreement

You could say the Sign-off Agreement officially marks the end-point of a project, generally trailing behind UAT (also called System Acceptance). Could you close a project without a Sign-off Agreement? Of course, you may be thinking this process is overly bureaucratic, and that may be true for certain situations.

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  • August 2, 2013
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Common Mistakes in the Web Design Process

Designers aim to make every project a success, but there are several reasons why a finalized project doesn’t live up to expectations. Being aware of these pitfalls will help you to achieve the aims set out at the beginning of the design project.

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  • July 17, 2013
ccLoop email irritations

Why e-mail irritates me

As technology progresses it is supposed to make our lives simpler and easier. This is not the case at all when it comes to e-mail. E-mail might just be the most unproductive piece of technology, but unfortunately it is a necessary evil that is here to stay.

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  • July 3, 2013
mobilesites gone wrong

The Wrong Way to Build a Mobile Business Website

4 Problems a New Business Web Design Can’t Fix

There isn’t much a new business website can’t do for your company. In fact, if you meet with a company like ours, you’re sure to hear about increased sales, better search engine positioning, the potential to find new customers via the Internet, and so much more.

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  • June 2, 2013
web hosting misconceptions

Web Hosting Misconceptions

“Can’t you just move this site to my other account.”

I seem to get this question nearly every week from clients. It is just transferring files right? Well not necessarily. Sure some sites you can just copy the files from one server to another, but in this day and age of everyone wanting the latest technology and everybody having the new latest and greatest idea, those sites are few and far between.

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  • May 9, 2013

Choosing an Android Notepad Application

One of the core features of a smartphone for many people is the ability to take notes on the fly. Android phones often don’t come with a notepad application preinstalled but there are a large number of them available for download from the Android Market. These have functionality ranging from simple to sophisticated.

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  • May 6, 2013
Web navigation

The Essential Guide to Designing Efficient Website Navigation

This is a simple explanation in Website Navigation, but it seems that even the basics are often overlooked.

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  • April 7, 2013

Overcoming Workplace Blocks on Facebook, Twitter and MySpace

Access Denied! 3 Simple Methods for Overcoming Workplace Blocks on Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.

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  • February 17, 2013
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