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Archive for the ‘Social Networking’ 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

Golf Course Upgrades Website With CMS

January 24th, 2011

January 24, 2011
Dover, Delaware
For Immediate Release

Golf Course Upgrades Website With CMS

Wild Quail Golf and Country Club located in Camden, Delaware, had an attractive website that was built by Delaware.Net several years ago. Unfortunately, that website was not running on our CMS-Logic Content Management System. We offered Wild Quail Country Club a very inexpensive upgrade of their website so that they could take advantage of this new CMS platform, which would enable them to better manage all aspects of their website.

» Read more: Golf Course Upgrades Website With CMS

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.

http://www.johnmckown.com/google-changes-search-algorithm-youve-been-warned/

John McKown’s Presentation at Ignite Sussex on “Participation”

March 24th, 2010

I had a great time presenting at the Ignite Sussex event at Dogfish Head Brew and Eats in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.   If you have never heard of Ignite, it is a new type of networking event where local artists, professionals, and technology-related folks give short, 5-minute presentations.  Giving one of these presentations is tough – you have 20 Powerpoint slides on auto-play, and only 5 minutes to present.  That is only 15 seconds per slide!   You have to talk fast, be passionate, and know your material.   Good Ignite presentations should be fun, and I did my best to keep mine entertaining.  Let me know what you think!



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