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Should Your Association Migrate to WordPress? Why WordPress Beats Drupal

Ab Emam June 12, 2017

A content-rich or membership-driven website for your association is imperative. It’s a cyber business card that allows prospective members to meet you and is an equally important resource for your current members. While the debate of Drupal vs. WordPress can become a question of preference, WordPress still dominates the market with a 28% share of […]

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How To Use The Google Analytics Plugin With WordPress

Ab Emam June 9, 2017

Google Analytics gives you the data to skyrocket your websites traffic by helping webmasters figure out if they’re meeting their traffic goals. We show you how to quickly and easily use the Google Analytic plugin with your WordPress site to drive traffic and conversions.

3 Reasons to Bring Your Tech Business to Washington, DC

Ab Emam September 24, 2016

Traffic, politicians, bureaucracy—sure these are all expected in the DC metro area. What no one expected is the rise of the tech industry as a cornerstone of the city. See why we chose to build our business here, and why you should too.

wordpress vs. drupal

Which is Best: WordPress or Drupal?

Homiera Fields July 8, 2016

If your organization is looking to redesign its website, chances are you are faced with the question, "Which is better, WordPress or Drupal?” As two of the most popular open source content management systems (CMS), each with countless benefits, the answer is never simple. We asked our expert development team to leverage their immense experience by breaking down the advantages, and disadvantages, of each to help you best decide which is right for your project.

5 Reasons to Use a WordPress CMS

Are Custom WordPress Templates for You?

Homiera Fields June 10, 2016

There are many great benefits of implementing your website with custom WordPress Templates. They are customizable, easy to implement, affordable, and much more. Read on to learn more and see if this option is right for you.

WordPress Command Line Interface

Trending now: WordPress Command Line Interface

Homiera Fields February 17, 2016

Catch some expert insight into WordPress Command Line Interface and how WDG developers are utilizing this innovative feature.

A Developer’s Take on the Google Publisher WordPress Plugin

Homiera Fields January 16, 2014

Google released another tool, the Google Publisher WordPress plugin, in their push to further their reach as an ad-serving giant. Google Publisher is a toe hold in a content-driven WordPress ecosystem that will only grow as more people discover just how easy it is to publish online using WordPress’s content management system. Google has been […]

72 hours, 30 volunteers, 3 Organizations = Success

Kurtis Shaner September 10, 2012

GiveBack DC 2012 was a huge success! Our three teams worked late into the night finalizing the development aspects of the websites. The Web Development Group is excited to announce each of the nonprofits’ websites were successfully launched, much to the excitement of GiveBack DC volunteers, sponsors and the nonprofits themselves! Setting-up WordPress for nonprofits […]

The Volunteers Who Made GiveBack DC A Success

Kurtis Shaner September 10, 2012

GiveBack DC has been a huge success, thanks to all of the awesome volunteers who dedicated their time and talents over the weekend of September 7th. With their skills, MacBooks, and almost 30 hours of dedicated effort, GiveBack DC proudly launched awesome, new websites for some very deserving local non-profits. Check out the new looks […]

WordPress Training Classes in DC and Virginia Are Open for 2012 Enrollment

David Everett December 27, 2011

Update: It’s 2014! Interested in WordPress training classes for the new year? Get in touch or learn more. We are excited to announce that in 2012 we are offering more frequent WordPress training classes in DC and Virginia. 2011 proved to be a great year for teaching novice web content editors and web masters on […]

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