Thanks to the hurricane Matthew this month, WordCamp Orlando 2016 was postponed to November 12th & 13th. If you’re not familiar with WordCamp Orlando yet, it’s a fantastic local conference focused on everything WordPress.
Whether you run a brick-and-mortar store or sell products 100% online, you need to be social media ready. To help, we’re creating a guide to social tools, starting with Instagram tips for business.
We’re excited to see the WordPress hosting company Pagely announce they’re moving into “Act 3” at their organization: Scale. Having worked with Pagely for years, their managed WordPress hosting platform is one we can confidently recommend to our clients.
Want to hear a WordCamp secret? One of our favorite places to hang out at these events is actually in the hall. Why’s that? The hallway is where some of the best networking, small impromptu chats, and secret sharing happens. Some of our team’s best experiences happen in the hall at WordCamp events. “The hall is…
Our team is proud to provide development support for the LearnDash Learning Management System (LMS). This week, we’re excited to hear that LearnDash was nominated by Elearning Magazine as one of the “Best of Elearning tools for 2016.”
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new client project! Over the past five months, we gave the OpenView Partners digital presence a pretty drastic makeover.
We’re thrilled to announce a new website launch this week. Leading pain management group, National Spine & Pain Centers, approached us to create a digital presence for their annual conference on pain management—the Business of Pain Medicine.
Last weekend, Easily Amused represented at WordCamp Jacksonville. The Jacksonville WordCamp conference was a perfect opportunity to spend time with local folks—including developers, business owners, bloggers, speakers, and sponsors.
Two things we’ve been focusing on from a development standpoint at Easily Amused lately are AMP and Schema.
Exciting news! We just launched a custom website development project for the Dance of the Deer Foundation. The project is the Shamanism.com membership website.