Marketing Tips, Tricks & Guides

February 3, 2016
Drupal 6 Support to End

Drupal 6 which was originally released in early 2008 is reaching its end of life. Drupal 6 will no longer be supported by the Drupal community as of February 24, 2016. We’ve put together answers to frequent Drupal 6 questions below.   HOW DO I KNOW IF MY WEBSITE IS BUILT WITH DRUPAL 6? The easiest way to […]

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June 24, 2015
How to add a business to Google Maps without an Address

Getting your business listed on Google Maps increases inline visibility even if your business is entirely mobile or online. If you aren’t operating a brick-and-mortar storefront you want not want to post an address, and you don’t have to! Listing your business on Google Maps is done by setting up a profile in Google Places […]

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April 8, 2015
Share Login Cookies between WordPress Subdomains

I wrote a post early last month that walked you through how to share login cookies between two WordPress installations. In this post I’m going to take it a step further and break down the code to make sure it can be easily understood and used. The first WordPress install is actually exactly identical, so […]

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April 8, 2015
Media Queries for Common Device Breakpoints

The @ media query is 1/3 of the recipe for responsive design, which has been a large topic of discussion with the recent announcement that Google will be making this a ranking factor for mobile searches. It is the key ingredient that, in it’s simplest for allows for specified CSS to be applied depending on […]

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April 7, 2015
Extend an EC2 root volume while running

This process has been tested on multiple EC2 instances but I must state as always, you should make at least one back up and maybe a backup of your back up to be safe. This will run you through extending your root file system on a running EC2 instance with out any lengthy downtime. First […]

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February 11, 2015
Share Cookies between multiple WordPress sites

/** This post is now outdated. You can find the updated version here. **/   Let me just start by saying finding information regarding this topic was plentiful, but there wasn’t really a solid way or explanation on this process. Hopefully I can make it easy enough to follow. The process is different for Multi-Site […]

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February 3, 2015
Clear the DNS cache on your iPhone

Although this sounds like a complete pain to complete, it’s actually very easy with only two steps… Put your iPhone into airplane mode… wait for the network to turn off Take your iPhone out of airplane more… success! See I told you it was easy. You can also just power off your iPhone and reboot […]

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October 18, 2014
Setting up your old Drupal 6 site on a new server

When moving your site from one server to another the process can be quite tedious and ultra confusing. In this post we hope to make transferring your Drupal based website ultra easy. Let me preface this entire post with the official statement from Drupal on how to properly transfer your site to a new host. […]

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October 13, 2014
CPanel Open File Limits

Uh Oh! MySQL stopped connecting, now what?!? This scenario happened to us on our new AWS platform so we decided to dig a little further into the problem. Every 4-6 hours we would get a notice from our monitoring platform that we are receiving an error 500 on our website. When we check the site […]

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August 26, 2014
Google acquires video and special-effects startup Zync

So I’ll start off by saying that this will be the first of may technology updates and neat articles that I’ve come across. This time Google has purchased yet another startup in hopes to push out their competition, Amazon. Google said on Tuesday that is has acquired video and special effects startup Zync. The terms […]

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July 9, 2014
Free eBooks from Microsoft

Ever want to get the latest eBook from Microsoft? Don’t worry Eric Ligman, Microsoft’s Senior Sales Excellence Manager, has released over 100 free ebooks that cover everything on how to use the Windows 7 operating system to programming for mobile devises. Let’s face it, Microsoft is a part of everyone’s life and some of their […]

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July 8, 2014
Screw Sexy, Be Helpful

As a business trying to gain new customers is a challenge. Then most of us are competing with bigger companies that have the resources to develop multi-million dollar ad campaigns that are viral, creative, and “sexy”. All of which are great on occasion. Instead a new trend for small businesses is to become more helpful […]

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