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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Wild Apricot’s Member Side Data

If an organization is going to really utilize the association management software capabilities of Wild Apricot, it should consider at the very least how Wild Apricot can help them in all membership data management areas.

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Still An Issue In 2012: Updating the Web Site

An organization can have a content management system for their website, but that doesn’t mean they are going to use it for every update.

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Web Site Travel Directions

Anymore these days it seems a bit archaic to provide text and website-hosted map images for providing directions to an organization’s place of business.

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The Annual Web Development Contract

We’ve been in business doing web development since 1996, and one of the keys to our still being in business, we believe, is our use of the annual web development contract. We’ve seen quite a few local web development businesses come and go since we started. There are lots of reasons that web development companies […]

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Your Web Site Must Have Some Sort of Analytics

I know that this is starting to sound like a broken record. But in the past week, I’ve spoken with three prospective clients, none of which have any knowledge of whether they have any sort of Analytics software monitoring their web site’s traffic.

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Kessler Freedman, Inc.