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Archive for the ‘Search Engine Optimization’ category

New Facebook Integration = Goodbye WordPress

April 13th, 2012

With this post I will talk about recent code updates that went out this week, and also our new Facebook integration that is really exciting. I’ll also talk about how we will be leaving WordPress as a blogging platform for something better.

» Read more: New Facebook Integration = Goodbye WordPress

F & S Boatworks Site Goes Live

February 17th, 2012

New Homepage for F&S BoatworksF & S Boatworks came to looking for a more user friendly site that they could have full control over their site. They liked to the look of their current site but wanted a way that they could make changes and updates on their own.

We took their old site look and rebuilt it on our CMS (Content Management System). We did make a few changes, adding a slide show and a new navigation to the site. Now they are in control of their site and as new yachts are built they can post the images immediately.

It is much easier to navigate and more user friendly for clients. They also have the ability to expand the site adding more pages and content as the company grows.

Preview the site here.


Rehoboth Shores New Website

January 25th, 2012

Rehoboth Shores came to with a need to update their site and manage the content within their site. Using our Content Management System (CMS) they will easily be able to do this. We designed a custom layout and incorporated an app so they could showcase the propertied they have to offer.

Rehoboth Shores is part of a larger property management company Mid-Atlantic Shore Properties. They have other web site with us, like Tall Pines.

Visit the new site

Town of Middletown, Delaware

December 27th, 2011

The Town of Middletown’s website was starting to show its age, and it was built with a combination of software platforms that didn’t integrate well. The Town’s main goals were to make the website more attractive, and to deploy a better content management solution (CMS) to empower town employees with easy to use tools to manage the website.

Located in Northern Delaware within New Castle County, Middletown is home to more than 12,700 residents. Many affluent housing developments surround the town’s center. Current town growth town is a result of these such developments, which primarily attract high-income families relocating from Baltimore, Wilmington, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York City. The Town of Middletown’s new website is located at

Delaware Valley Development Company Goes Live

January 27th, 2011

Delaware Valley Development Company Homepage

Delaware Valley Development Company wanted a way to be able to show their properties on the web. They needed a way to make updates and changes to their site easily due to new developments opening. They also needed to make it very easy to navigate.

Our solution was to create a custom designed website with the goal of ease of use and a more clean, professional look. Their new design was then placed on our content management system, CMS-logic, which will allow them to add videos, pages, links, files, photo galleries, and more. With the clean look and large photos, either in the interior apartment listing pages or on the home page slideshow, they are able to really showcase their properties. The navigation is simple and which makes it easy to get to the exact property the client is looking for from multiple locations within the site.

DVDC can now manage their own site which will save them time and money each year.

Visit the site here.

Google Changes Search Algorithm

June 11th, 2010

I just wrote an article about Google’s new search algorithm, and what it means to website owners that depend on SEO.

RPJ Waste Services Launches New Website Design

January 27th, 2010
RPJ Waste Services

RPJ Waste Services

Utilizing Web 2.0 standards, I redesigned RPJ’s website and launched upon’s proprietary CMS software, Team-Logic. RPJ was in desperate need of a facelift on their current website. Already running on Team-Logic CMS, they commissioned us to design a new concept to give their site a more visually appealing interface. They retained all of the core CMS functionality that they had prior with the addition of improved Google Analytics, faster page load time, and an editable javascript slideshow rather than the outdated flash they were using on the homepage.

Feel free to visit their new CMS-driven site at Launches Brand New eCommerce Website for Diamond Motorsports

December 23rd, 2009

Diamond Motorsports
, a full-service powersports dealership located in Dover, Delaware, has launched their new website designed by The website features a new custom designed interface built on a high-performance Content Management System (Team-Logic CMS), an eCommerce engine (Store-Logic), a brand new vehicle listings application, and a fully integrated Customer Relationship Management (Team-Logic CRM) system.

» Read more: Launches Brand New eCommerce Website for Diamond Motorsports

Search Engine Friendly URLs added to CMS and Ecommerce Software

November 25th, 2009

Today, Delaware.Net launched a feature for our Content Management System (CMS) and our Ecommerce engine ( that will make websites come up higher in search engines, and that will make traffic reports much easier to read.

This feature is called “Search Engine Friendly URLs”. This feature has existed for years is software like WordPress, and some of the other open-source CMS solutions on the market.   Our CMS and ecommerce systems come turn-key with a more stable and complete set of features than many of the open source CMS solutions available, but we were lacking in some of the search engine and social features.  Now we have them.

» Read more: Search Engine Friendly URLs added to CMS and Ecommerce Software

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

September 22nd, 2009

Many professional website developers have known this to be true for quite a while now but, today it is official. Google no longer uses the keywords meta tag to rank your website.

Please enjoy this video from Google’s search guru Matt Cutts.

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