Archive for the ‘BX’ Category

What To Do About New Top Level Domains

By jrosen | February 11th, 2014

You may have already heard about new Top Level Domains coming out. Kudos to the company NameCheap, who is putting a lot of eggs in the TLD basket going up against the big boys like GoDaddy and Network Solutions, providing email alerts when new extensions are announced. Read More

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Media Monday: Labor Day Edition 2013

By jrosen | September 2nd, 2013

Happy Labor Day everybody! In honor of the day created to celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers, I figured instead of talking about marketing, I’d share links to a few articles that I’ve read recently. They mainly relate, in some way, shape or form, to building a strong team atmosphere within your company. Read More

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BX | Community

Media Monday: Client Experience Is The Key

By jrosen | August 18th, 2013

In running through clever yet cheesy headlines for this blog post, I ran into my favorite a few hours after I originally had my idea for the post – ready for it? “Say Ahhhhhhhh to Client Experience.” While sitting in the dentist’s office chair getting my teeth cleaned last week (see, I told you you’ll never know when a good blog idea will hit you), I started mentally writing this gem. Read More

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BX | Social Media | Strategic Design | User Experience

WordPress Security, Upgrades, Back-ups

By jrosen | May 1st, 2013

In case you haven’t noticed, Cabedge builds a lot of websites in WordPress. This is because we’re able to do some pretty cool stuff from a front end development standpoint, while also putting our clients in position to update their own content on a regular basis in an incredibly user-friendly way. While we are very much platform agnostic, building sites in Drupal and other open source PHP tools, Django (Python), Sitefinity ( and our own custom solutions for our clients to update their own content, we’ve found it hard to stray from WordPress of late. Read More

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BX | Strategic Design

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