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What do you think when you hear the word ‘Networking’?  Is it truly about selling?  Or is networking more about building relationships? Networking can be scary for the newbie to the group.  But in all reality, networking should not be viewed as scary at all.  If you think about it, everyone attending that event is there for the same reason that you are:  they want to build relationships and meet new people. Recently, I...
04/16/14
Proprietary content management systems, also known as closed-source, pose a lot of issues and threats to your business.  Whether you select Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla etc. all can, for the most part, achieve your end goals.  There is a lot of doubt and uncertainty that comes with using a proprietary source.  Below are 4 reasons why you should not go with a proprietary CMS: You have to pay for it.  Proprietary CMS in...
04/10/14
Is one Content Management System (CMS) better than another?  This is a question Keystone Click receives more often than you would imagine (full disclosure, Keystone Click primarily uses the Drupal content management system.  Here is why we primarily use - and love - the Drupal CMS).  If you talk to fair-weather developers, the correct answer is two-fold.  First you must understand your end goals, not just with the design...
04/10/14
Starting Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Twitter will be releasing a new profile design to a small group of users. If you are new to Twitter, you will start with the new profile. In the coming weeks, the new features will be available to everyone.   Here is what you can expect from the changes: Best Tweets: Tweets that have received more engagement will appear slightly larger, so your best content is easy to find. Pinned Tweet...
04/08/14
Web hosting: the activity or business of providing storage space and access for websites.   Think of a web hosting provider as a property owner and yourself as a business owner looking for retail space for your website. The web hosting provider would rent out or sell you the space that you need for your website, just like a property owner would rent out a store front for a retailer.   Now let’s apply the “One Size Does...
04/07/14