Sprocket Websites recently launched a new website for In Touch Massage & Day Spa– just in time to build some serious traffic over the holidays.
Sprocket Websites is very pleased to offer a new website package designed expressly for authors. The website shows off the author's books and keeps his or her followers aware of the latest scheduled appearances. Based on the very popular DNN Platform, but all the Content Management System parts are taken care of by our staff. And we've created a remarkable pricing scheme that lets starting and established authors both have professional grade websites.
If you belong to trade associations, chambers of commerce, technical groups, etc., you should tell your website visitors. Why? How? Well, let me tell you.
Sorry, ladies, I don't mean any disrespect about purses or fashion; I'm just angry at the person who broke into a client's site and added code to redirect it a louis vuitton knockoff website. Here's what happened...
There has been some talk about DotNetNuke and Windows Azure for quite some time, so the topic isn’t really new. However to learn about DNN putting specific effort and custom code into getting DNN Evoq running on Azure was - thought provoking.
Windows Azure has never been important to Sprocket Websites. We know what it is, we know what it does, but it just doesn’t fit our business model or our customer’s business model. We host numerous websites through PowerDNN and...
Our friends and key hosting supplier PowerDNN wrote a cautionary blog post about DNN Evoq Cloud. There was a flurry of responses and a bit of drama attributed to it in DNN circles, and it prompted a followup post. There was further talk about that one. So lately in the DNN blogosphere it's not been business as usual, but it has been all about business. Here's what I mean.
It's an intriguing thought. Website owners and developers alike spend a great deal of time considering what CMS to use, but that's not the most important part, as I came to realize at this year's CMS Expo.
The 7th annual CMS Expo began this morning at the Hotel Orrington in Evanston, although the fun began last night at our Chicago DotNetNuke User Group meeting, also held here. I'll tell you what happened last night, and what's in store for the Expo.
A client whose site exhibited the symptoms of the Microsoft problem asked why DNN didn't protect her from it. I was able to sing DNN's praises to her ...
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