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The Pixpro Labs LIVE Show Episode #2

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The Pixpro Labs LIVE Show Episode #2

Sarah Watz, CEO of Pixpro and host of Pixpro Labs LIVE Show, interviews Joe Sonne from, on the second episode of the show.

This show was streamed live from Guelph in Ontario Canada on Monday, July 3, 2017.

Notes from the Show:

  • Why investing in Joomla! is a good investment and being a sponsor during events will promote your business.
  • Joe's experience speaking for the first time at a conference and what that lead to.
  • How Joomla has changed the industry.
  • Positioning your business to attract the A+ clients instead of the bargain basement shoppers.
  • Finding local clients using social media. Making yourself easily found.
  • A focused web presentation so leads know what to expect and be fast tracked through qualification into clients.
  • How Joe runs his business and structures his contracts.
  • How Joe plans to grow in the next two years.
  • Why Joe picked Joomla! over other applications.




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One of the best ways to develop Joomla! websites on your personal Mac computer is using MAMP. MAMP is an application that provides all the resources needed to run a content management system. Once you download MAMP to your computer you can install as many Joomla! sites as you have hard drive space for and do all your development and experimenting in this safe environment just as if it was on a live server.

During the installation of Joomla! you are given the option of enabling the FTP layer of Joomla!. You can simply skip this step and Joomla! will run without it. If you want to enable the FTP layer it can be a little confusing what the proper settings are for it in the Joomla! configuration settings of your MAMP localmachine website.

The simplest way to develop a Joomla! site on your local Mac OS X computer is by using MAMP. MAMP is short for Macintosh, Apache, MySQL, PHP. MAMP works just like an application. It is released under the GNU General Public License. You can download MAMP from Living-e AG. The download page can be found HERE.

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