WordPress again most frequently used CMS among Online Pacemaker finalists. Boom: 70% this year, up from 54% last year. The CoPress legacy lives on.
CNBAM followup: The why, how and results (so far) of the Revolution. Revenue has held steady since switching to three days a week, and online traffic is up 218 percent. Props.
10 years in the making: The new DailyOrange.com. Syracuse University’s Daily Orange finally makes the switch from College Publisher to WordPress, with a very nice responsive design at that. Joey Baker has been vindicated.
WordPress leads pack of Pacemaker finalists picked. Powering 53% of the top 55 student news websites in the nation.
Yesterday morning, I gave the last of three CMA NYC sessions I led this week: Considering making the switch to WordPress? Join Daniel Bachhuber, code wrangler for Automattic’s WordPress.com VIP, to learn how to make open source work for your publication. We’ll discuss whether WordPress… Continue reading →
This morning, I gave the second of three CMA NYC sessions I’m leading this week: You publish with WordPress, are comfortable with editing theme templates and making basic CSS changes, and you’re ready to take your site to the next level. Join Daniel Bachhuber, code… Continue reading →
This morning, I gave the first of three CMA NYC sessions I’m leading this week: So, you’ve heard of WordPress before, possibly used it for your personal portfolio, and want to learn everything there is to know about it. Well, everything we can cover in… Continue reading →
Daniel O’Connor: Moving Pipe Dream from College Publisher to WordPress. Responsive design for a student newspaper website. Props.
Mad props to Ivar Vong and the rest of his team who finally pulled it off. They did the switch to “web-first” too. It’s been a long time in the making.
Following Lauren’s lead, I’ll be speaking at the Spring College Media Convention on Sunday morning, March 13th (the conference runs March 12th through 15th) at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. The organizers have asked me to lead two sessions: WordPress hack attack (Sunday, 9-9:50… Continue reading →