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JoeJoomla is now an official Joomla training trainer!

Learn Joomla! with JoeJoomla on July 20, 2010 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ascend, 25 Watline Avenue, Suite 201, Mississauga, ON L4Z 2Z1. You can register online, simply click here or the banner above and it will take you to the Joomla training page. Look on the menu bar for Joomla and go to the submenu "live joomla training". JoeJoomla's class is the Toronto class but there are also classes in several cities for beginner, intermediate, and template classes.

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Recently I had a meeting with a product manager at a company who told me that their IT department had just been given approval to revamp their website. They are going to use an obsolete website development tool to create essentially a collection of static web pages. It's hard to believe that people are still putting resources into static HTML websites these days. It's obvious they have no idea what a true content management system like Joomla! is. Website systems like Joomla! are cost effective as well as easy to use and maintain. They are not going to be positioning themselves for the future with the decision that they made. Add a comment


approve So you have that great new blog going and you're really excited about it. You wrote what you think should be a popular entry and you have your commenting system enabled to capture all the great compliments that everyone is going to give you.

You are pumped as you hit the publish button on the blog and now you are anxiously waiting for the first comment. Waiting for the first one is like the new movie release date of a Hollywood blockbuster, if it doesn't get good attendance quickly it's more likely to be a flop than a winner.

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4-steps With all the clutter that is online these days people are hard pressed to keep up with information. If you are going to get and keep any one's attention you need to be straightforward and very clear about what your website is all about. You have only a few seconds to make that first impression. Are you doing it right?

I have been guilty of not keeping my own advice and It's time to change that. I'm going to bare my soul. This blog post could just as well be titled 'How I Got Sick And Tired Of An Under-performing Website And Decided To Do Something About It'.

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