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The Most Common Startup Website Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

A website serves as the online presence for your business, and for a startup a website is often the first opportunity your customers have to learn about who you are and what you have to offer. Someone who visits your website should immediately understand your business and the product or service you deliver. Unfortunately, too

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Now officially – LLC

We are very proud to add LLC to the end of our name! :) Our Public Notice in  The West Sider: And an another one in NY Law Journal:

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Meet Benny – The New WordPress 4.0

Rising to prominence as the “King of Swing” in the mid 1930’s, Benny Goodman is one of the most popular bandleaders of all times. WordPress has released WordPress version 4.0, codenamed Benny, in honor of Benny Goodman. From media management to writing and editing enhancements that improve the content management user experience, Benny includes a

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Travel and eCommerce – What They Have in Common

From amusement parks to boardwalks to historical sites, it seems there are almost as many travel destinations as there are travelers. Whether you are on a trip, planning a trip or fondly remembering a favorite trip, here are some lessons that traveling can teach us about eCommerce. 1. Tourists like excitement The longest lines at

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WordPress 4.0 Beta 2 is Now Available

If you are ready to try the latest and greatest WordPress beta release, then look no further as WordPress 4.0 Beta 2 is now available via the WordPress plugins.  If you are feeling adventurous, you can select the “bleeding edge” option. You can also download a copy of WordPress 4.0 Beta 2 here.

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Magento Go and ProStores

Magento Go and ProStores are Saying Goodbye It’s time to say goodbye to eBay’s e-commerce platforms Magento Go and ProStores, which will be shutting down effective February 1, 2015. Approximately 10,000 merchants using these platforms will be affected by the change, and many are being advised to migrate to the Magento Community Edition or Magento

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Aiibaba Debuts New US eCommerce Platform

11 Main, a new invitation only online ecommerce platform by Chinese internet giant Alibaba, is now open for business in the US. Focusing on small niche markets and boutique shops, Alibaba released the new platform shortly before their IPO on the New York Stock Exchange, with an expected valuation of approximately $153 billion. As an

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Why Your Mobile Website Needs an Upgrade

The good news is that responsive website design has a significant advantage over non-responsive sites, while the bad news is that very few websites are both responsive and fast, leaving plenty of room for improvement. Software and services company Restive, LLC recently released a State of the Mobile Web report on their assessment of websites

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How Video Improves Websites

With 93% of internet marketers using some form of video on their website in 2013, video is here to stay. From simple iPhone and smartphone created videos to high end animations, there is no doubt that the use of video helps attract and retain an audience and convert browsers into customers. Youtube is currently the

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Magento Community Edition 1.9 – What You Need to Know

During the recent Imagine 2013 Global eCommerce Worldwide Conference, eBay Enterprise announced the release of Magento Enterprise Edition version 1.14 and Community Edition version 1.9. Promising an easier, faster and streamlined system, eBay Enterprise head of Product and Strategy Mark Lavelle stated “The latest Magento platform updates are a direct reflection of our commitment to

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