Seeking an awesome Web Developer

Written by Mike on September 9, 2015

As we settle into a new academic year, I’m on the lookout for a web developer to join our Integrated Marketing and Communications team. We’re a WordPress campus, and we develop several other PHP applications for campus. Do you know how to manage a LAMP environment, love solving challenging projects, and want to work with a smart, fun, creative team? This is the position for you! Here’s the full posting.

John Carroll University, a Jesuit Catholic university in Cleveland, Ohio, is seeking

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Stand Out Features of MailChimp WordPress Plugin

Written by Mike on September 4, 2015

If you want to create an email list or want to send email updates to your website’s subscribers, you can use MailChimp WordPress plugin.

Email marketing is one of the most powerful ways of conveying your messages to a large number of web users. In fact, many website owners are using it effectively to engage more and more site visitors. With the use of email marketing, you can increase the audience engagement when you publish a new post.

Why Create an Email List?


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User habits, Apple Music and Biffy Clyro

Written by Mike on July 16, 2015

Users are set in their ways and something as petty as not being able to drag a track into a playlist has set off my relationship (and a tenner) off on the wrong foot.

Snapchat Geofilter Template

Written by Mike on June 25, 2015

Of all the social platforms out there, Snapchat has been the one that I haven’t totally wrapped my brain around yet.