Content is Queen: Strategies for Creating Compelling Website Content

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As the senior project manager here at Executionists, I’ve held many clients’ proverbial hands through the web development process. We, the web designers and developers, are thoroughly linear in our thinking: here’s our process, here’s what we need, when we need it, thank you very much. However, I’ve found over the years that clients can…Read more »

Drupal Programmer’s Sarcasm Makes Me Happy

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At Executionists, our team works with several external developers with expertise in various programming languages. Robert Jung is a Drupal developer extraordinaire that we call on when a Drupal project comes our way. Below is an email correspondence Robert wrote at the end of a long series of client requests. It’s letters like this that…Read more »

If My Website Works, Why Should I Care If It’s Hacked?

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I was enjoying a flight of Belgium beers at the local Yard House with my friend Jayme Check, a business management consultant at Quantum Leap.  I was telling him about a new series of website maintenance services we are offering. The services center on updating and maintaining websites built on Wordpress, Magento and Drupal platforms…Read more »

Notice To All Drupal.org Users: Drupal Hacked, Confidential Details Exposed and Reset

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Website content management platform provider Drupal.org has advised its users to reset their passwords after admitting it had been hacked on Wednesday May 29, 2013 by an unidentified group or individual. There were no specifics offered on exactly when the hack had taken no place or how many accounts were compromised, but according to some…Read more »

Choosing The Right CMS System For Your Website

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Editors Note: This is a guest article contributed by Alex Zokaei. Content Management Systems have quickly become the most used web developer tools used in web design. Open source content management systems allows for quicker and less time consuming methods for updating the website after completion. This article will discuss the features and benefits of using…Read more »

Ten Basic Text & HTML Tips Every Website Manager Should Know

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If you’re a faithful reader of our blog, then you know how often our projects are based on CMS (content management system) platforms such as WordPress, Drupal, and Magento. If you are a marketing and communications executive charged with managing the content of your organization’s website, blog, news & events area, or e-commerce store, then…Read more »

Website Maintenance, or, how do I drive this thing?

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Our bread & butter is designing (or redesigning) & programming websites for businesses of various sizes. Our clients range from family-owned small businesses to large financial enterprises. Our projects include content management system-based sites built in WordPress and Drupal and Magento-based E-commerce sites. These platforms are meant to be more user-friendly than a hard-coded HTML…Read more »