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Make your Law Firm’s Website a Go-to Resource for Clients and Prospects

An informative and professional website is a great way for law firms to differentiate themselves from competition. But it can be hard to know what to include that’s relevant and useful to your clients. We just found a free WordPress plugin, designed specifically for attorneys, that seamlessly integrates useful information directly to your site.

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Choosing a Hosting Provider for Your WordPress Websites

If you’re planning on creating a new WordPress website — or are unhappy with your existing hosting provider — you’ll need to choose where to host your site.  It’s daunting to sift through the hundreds of different hosting options to figure out which best suits your needs.

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How to use graphs to display data on your think tank website

As a think tank or research institute, your website needs to convey complex information in a straightforward way. Charts and graphs help a reader analyze and understand what you’re saying and create visual interest. They’re a great addition to any site, but they can also be clunky and require complex coding.

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Review: Import your MailChimp newsletter to your WordPress website.

We wanted to post a MailChimp quarterly newsletter onto our wordpress site without having to manually enter the content in MailChimp and WordPress. We tried using the MailChimp export to HTML function, but a lot of the formatting did not work correctly when we tried to bring the code into our WordPress website.

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How to make your accounting firm a go-to resource

We’ve recently built several websites for accounting firms. And in doing so, we’ve discovered an excellent product called ClientWhys, which can be integrated into any website and is specially designed for accounting firms. So we wanted to share our experience after having set up this product for several clients in the financial industry.

Read More »

Make your Law Firm’s Website a Go-to Resource for Clients and Prospects

An informative and professional website is a great way for law firms to differentiate themselves from competition. But it can be hard to know what to include that’s relevant and useful to your clients. We just found a free WordPress plugin, designed specifically for attorneys, that seamlessly integrates useful information directly to your site.

Read More »

Choosing a Hosting Provider for Your WordPress Websites

If you’re planning on creating a new WordPress website — or are unhappy with your existing hosting provider — you’ll need to choose where to host your site.  It’s daunting to sift through the hundreds of different hosting options to figure out which best suits your needs.

Read More »

How to use graphs to display data on your think tank website

As a think tank or research institute, your website needs to convey complex information in a straightforward way. Charts and graphs help a reader analyze and understand what you’re saying and create visual interest. They’re a great addition to any site, but they can also be clunky and require complex coding.

Read More »

Review: Import your MailChimp newsletter to your WordPress website.

We wanted to post a MailChimp quarterly newsletter onto our wordpress site without having to manually enter the content in MailChimp and WordPress. We tried using the MailChimp export to HTML function, but a lot of the formatting did not work correctly when we tried to bring the code into our WordPress website.

Read More »

How to make your accounting firm a go-to resource

We’ve recently built several websites for accounting firms. And in doing so, we’ve discovered an excellent product called ClientWhys, which can be integrated into any website and is specially designed for accounting firms. So we wanted to share our experience after having set up this product for several clients in the financial industry.

Read More »

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