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Tadpole’s Andy and Melissa at the 2013 Society of American Travel Writers Convention

This week, Tadpole’s Andy Christian and Melissa Cahill presented a WordPress Workshop to attendees of the 2013 convention of the Society of American Travel Writers. Every year, SATW brings together its members in a different location throughout the world to network, recognize excellence in Travel Journalism with the Lowell Thomas Awards, and participate in Professional …

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Tadpole’s Dana a Big Hit at CiviCon and WordPress San Francisco

Tadpole’s Dana Skallman was in San Francisco in April to present to the growing number of WordPress users that are interested in integrating CiviCRM, a web-based, open source Constituent Resource Management (CRM) system.  If you’re a non-profit, a church or community group that wants the ability to collect and manage information via your WordPress website …

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Where to get help with WordPress

Five ways to get help with WordPress (and actually get an answer)

At Tadpole, we use WordPress for every site we build, and that’s because it’s an amazingly flexible and extendable platform that can do almost anything. That being said, it can have a huge learning curve for those who aren’t used to using a Content Management System. So, how do you find help with WordPress when …

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The Importance of WordCamps, Meetups and the WordPress Community

Tadpolers Andy Christian and Kevin Cristiano are going to be busy travelers for the next couple of months. They’ll be attending both WordCamp Baltimore on September 8th, and WordCamp Philly on October 21st-22nd.  Everyone at Tadpole is also heavily involved in the New York WordPress community.  Four of five members helped organize this year’s WordCamp NYC — and Tadpoler Melissa …

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