Build Your Own WordPress Site – 4 part class in December
Nov15

Build Your Own WordPress Site – 4 part class in December

If you’ve ever wanted to build and design your own blog or website using WordPress, then this class is for you. I will be helping students to understand the difference between using WordPress.com and having a self hosted WordPress system. Join us in December to learn how to set up the WordPress site, activate and install the theme of your choosing (there’s +2600 of them!), build custom menus, upload headers, build out content,...

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Asheville Joomla Meetup hosted by Big Boom Design
Jan22

Asheville Joomla Meetup hosted by Big Boom Design

The first ever Asheville Joomla Meetup will be held this Wednesday the 23rd of January 2013. The location will be at the Enka Candler AB Tech Campus in Room 2046. We will be walking through the initial Joomla setup basics so if you’re new to Joomla or CMS this is the meetup for you. You can sign up here for the Asheville Joomla Meetup. View Larger...

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Highlights of WordPress 3.1
Feb23

Highlights of WordPress 3.1

Internal Linking – click a button for an internal link and it allows you to search for a post or browse a list of existing content and select it for inclusion. Admin Bar – contains various links to useful admin screens. By default, the admin bar is displayed when a user is logged in and visiting the site and is not displayed in admin screens for single blog installs. For multisite installs, the admin bar is displayed both...

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How to backup a mySQL Database through SSH on GoDaddy Dedicated Server
Jan24

How to backup a mySQL Database through SSH on GoDaddy Dedicated Server

I rarely post these types of articles but I spent way to long searching for this content earlier today. It’s sometimes a bit shocking when you run into a question or issue and somehow Google doesn’t give you the correct answer within seconds of a search. Crazy to think that sometimes we actually need to dig threw forums and blogs in search of a solution. I’ve been dealing with some server migrations lately and...

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To stalk or not to stalk – Facebook for Business not for Personal

It’s hard to believe that it’s been only six years since the launch of Facebook. Over the past six years they’ve managed to change the lives of over 500 million users. Now I already know what you’re thinking… “changed the lives.” Most, if not all of you reading this right now have a Facebook account, a Fan Page, or are members of a group. Even if you don’t, you’ve been involved in...

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Professional Blogger and Social Media Expert in The High Country to hold second round of Social Media Workshops for area businesses.

Sarah Pinnix, founder of HighCountryMomSquad.com, and RealLifeBlog.net is gearing up for a second round of “Talk of the Town” Social Media Marketing Workshops…to be held once again at The Broyhill Inn & Conference Center on the campus of Appalachian State University. The new series begins on Tuesday, April 13th and will be held on the first Tuesday of every month moving forward. Pinnix has worked with brands, companies and tourist...

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Social Media for the (AWI) Architectural Woodwork Institute comes to the Biltmore Estate

An Event Update…afterthoughts: For anyone that wants to start tracking a website without using google analytic you might want to check out Trackle.com or you can link to the google analytics page here. I also mentioned Hubspot who has a a great online tool called a website grader. Over the next few weeks I’ll add to this list of after thoughts about todays AWI meeting. Event Host: Carolinas Chapter AWI Location: Inn on...

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