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Customer Notification

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We are moving our client accounts to a new host. First of all, we would like to thank you for your business! We have been planning to migrate our client accounts to a new hosting provider for some time. In fact, all the necessary preparations have been already done. In…

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We’ve launched www.espwa-haiti.org

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We would like to thank ESPWA’s board members and everyone who has been involved in rethinking www.espwa-haiti.org. The new website is live! Please check it out and share your thoughts. Economic Stimulus Projects for Work and Action (ESPWA) is a Haitian‐led nonprofit organization registered in the United States as a…

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WordPress & WordCamp 2016, NYC

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Next weekend, July 16 and 17, is WordCamp NYC, a full weekend dedicated to learning about WordPress.

WordCamp NYC has always had sessions geared from beginner to advanced users, and this year is no different.

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5 lessons we’ve learned at the NTC WordPress Day

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The Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) is the nonprofit sector’s signature technology event. This year nearly 2,000 nonprofit professionals, exploring how technology can be used for social change, attended the conference. There were three pre-conference events featuring WordPress, Drupal, and Salesforce technologies. We were excited to participate and hear from folks…

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Meet us at the 2016 NTC WordPress Day

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We are very excited to participate at the 2016 NTC WordPress Day in San José. It is going to be spectacular: 18 amazing sessions focusing on the specific needs of nonprofit technology workers. 3 tracks focused on WordPress Administrators, Web Developers, and Online Strategists and Organizational Management. A Happiness Bar…

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#GivingTuesday Tips

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A few years ago #GivingTuesday made a sense only to fundraising professionals. Not anymore. Now it’s a worldwide trend and an International fundraising holiday. In 2014 #GivingTuesday resulted in over $45 million in donations with over 27,000 nonprofit organizations participating. Get ready to join the fun on December 1st. Here…

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The Silent Killer Of Corporate Profits: Ad Waste

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Each year, hundreds of millions, maybe even billions, of ad dollars may be wasted due to outdated communication models. 56% of digital ads are not seen, according to Google/Double Click study (More Than 56% Of Ad Impressions Are Not Seen, Google Says) and display ads purchased through programmatic channels were…

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Google’s “Mobile-Friendly” Update

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Could Impact Over 40% Of Fortune 500 Websites Google announced earlier this year that it was making a change to its search algorithms which would begin to factor in a website’s “mobile-friendliness” as a ranking signal – meaning that those sites which weren’t optimized for smartphones’ smaller screens would see their…

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Peekskill BID

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We had very unique needs based on what we wanted to accomplish with our website, which was to successfully market our downtown as a leading destination to live, work or visit in the Hudson Valley. We needed a website that was visually striking, served as a one-stop shop for a diversity of information, and created opportunities to grow our contact list. Limit 8 worked with us closely to help us build our website from the ground up rather than taking a cookie-cutter approach to web-design. Their work was head and shoulders above other companies we have worked with at a price that was unbelievable for the product we got at the end of the day. We could not have found a better partner to work with.

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The Flipped Classroom Boosts Grades 5%

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Classrooms across the nation are adopting a new technology trend known as the “flipped” classroom, where students watch lecture videos as homework and teachers use class-time for discussion. First popularized by YouTtube sensation, Sal Khan, 3 years ago, the flipped model gained traction far faster than researchers had time to study it.

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The Open Education Alliance

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Google, AT&T and a host of online education organizations are forming an alliance to develop standards for career readiness. Spearheaded by Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) provider, Udacity, the Open Education Alliance will explore standards for how to prepare and evaluate graduates. The still-forming group of technology companies will help online education providers develop courses, tests, and certifications meant to supplement the use of a college degree in the hiring process.

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How Website Architecture and Navigation Affect SEO

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Site architecture is the way every page of your website is linked to every other page. It’s the way people and search engines navigate your website, and it’s equally important to both of them. You want both people and search engines to be able to easily find what they’re looking for.

Believe it or not, a poor site architecture can completely kill off rankings, traffic and even conversions. The reasons for this are many. First, if there’s no way for a search engine to access much of the content of a site because the only way to reach the “meat” is through search forms that need to be submitted, search engines won’t find or index most of it.

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Crunched for tech-savy couples

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There’s a growing market for mobile apps designed to help couples stay closer. The phenomenon first came to my attention with the launch of Pair at Y Combinator’s most recent demo day. But since then, I’ve seen a whole bunch of new apps popping up, all seeking to offer up a tight little social network for two. The latest such app to launch is Avocado, which was created by a couple of former Googlers looking for a way to get closer and better organize their life together. It allows couples to create to-do lists and cross items off, upload pictures to share with one another, and send private messages to each other. It also lets users create and send “quick notes” to one another, over and over again, as well as “quick faces,” which swap out common emoticons for unique facial expressions of each partner.

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Crunched for those interested in Social Media

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Every developer wants Facebook referral traffic, but not all apps have actions that fit well with auto-sharing, and others might not want to post to Facebook without their users’ express permission. So today Facebook launches a Like action for mobile and web apps. Don’t call it a “Like Button” though, as instead of immediately being one-click, the new Like Action requires a user to give publishing permission to an app first. The Like Action will also generate activity Facebook can turn into Sponsored Stories, the center of its mobile monetization plan.

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LIMIT8 LLC, Corporate Website Design Receives 2011 Best of Manhattan Award

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NEW YORK, NY, December 12, 2011 — LIMIT8 LLC, Corporate Website Design has been selected for the 2011 Best of Manhattan Award in the Web Services category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).The USCA “Best of Local Business” Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USCA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community.

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