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WordPress Website Design and Development Spring Special

Save 25% on a new WordPress Website – Design & Development!   Throughout the month of April, I am offering a WordPress Design and Development Spring Special¬†with a 25% discount on any new WordPress website! If you have been considering a new website, a redesign of your current website, or perhaps moving your current website to a WordPress platform, now is the time to act! This offer includes a new WordPress design and WordPress development for your website. As a WordPress developer and specialist in the Charlotte, NC area, I specialize in helping small and mid-size businesses get their...
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Google Apps for Business Drops Free Version

On Dec 6, 2012, Google officially removed the free version of their very popular Google Apps for Business. In the past, you could register a free account and set up your email to run through Google’s gMail service. You could also use this to establish a business account for Google Drive, Google Plus, and many other Google services. While I understand why they are doing this, its a shame for the many small businesses. The service is a great option for managing email, especially when you consider the strong spam filters that Google offers for its gmail service. I was fortunate enough to have signed...
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Ed Nailor to speak at WordCamp Raleigh

I am excited to announce that I have been selected to be a speaker at this year’s WordCamp in Raleigh, NC. I will be speaking in the developers track on the topic of creating truly dynamic sidebars. I will be sharing...
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2012 WordCamp Raleigh

Just booked my registration for WordCamp Raleigh 2012¬†happening Nov 3-4, 2012. This is the area’s largest WordPress “convention” and its been over a year since the last one. This will be my second WordCamp and I am excited to get together and network with other WordPress developers and users. Might learn something in the process Are you going? If so, let me...
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Change in Availability

Change is an interesting thing. At times, it comes when you don’t really expect it, and in ways you never would have dreamed. But, that’s the way life is, right? Earlier in the week, my full time employer and I parted ways. I am no longer employed full time and am now available for contracting on a variety of projects. If you have contacted me in the past about a project that I was not able to take on, please feel free to contact me now. I would certainly be interested in looking at your project again to see if something can be worked out. Also, if you happen to know anyone that is in need...
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