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Blog Archives: March 2013

Please Let Us Help You

March 29, 2013
Chadwick Meyer
  Two days ago, we spoke with a client that called to cancel their Gutensite because the Control Panel was too difficult for them to use. This represents a failure on our part. Our robust platform has grown to meet your advanced needs, but we know it has a learning curve that is not immediately intuitive to many people. And many of you are still on grandfathered packages that didn’t previously include proactive support, so you may feel like you can’t ask for help. But we have learned that proactive support is one of the most valuable things ...

Our Newest Design Partner

March 28, 2013
Trevor Ryan
We're excited to announce our recent Design Partnership with Mazzarello Media and Arts! Gutensite has just put the finishing touches on Mazzarello's latest design, DiggityDog.com, the premier pet sitting/walking company in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mazzarello's design is as brilliantly cute as it is functional. We are proud to be able to support talented designers like Mazzarello Media and Arts and are glad to help businesses get the most ROI from their website. If you're a designer and are interested in joining a partnership, powered by ...

Comparing CMS Platforms for Growing a Website

March 22, 2013
Chadwick Meyer
This article is part of a series Comparing CMS Platforms through the Lifecycle of a Website. A successful website should lead to growth in your business. You can start with a simple site if you are on a budget, and then add features as you learn how to optimize your website for conversions and integrate your website into important business processes that save you money and improve customer satisfaction. Once you reach this point, you have already exceeded the limitations of Squarespace, Wix and Weebly. These platforms are not ...

Comparing CMS Platforms for Managing a Website

March 22, 2013
This article is part of a series Comparing CMS Platforms through the Lifecycle of a Website. A website that actually provides value to a business or nonprofit will need to be more than just a few pages. It will need to have new content that is useful to regular visitors and discoverable by search engines so that new customers find the website when they are looking for your product or service. Anything less will be wasted opportunity, because your competitors will steal your customers’ attention with a better website. Visual website ...

Comparing CMS Platforms for Building a Website

March 22, 2013
Chadwick Meyer
This article is part of a series Comparing CMS Platforms through the Lifecycle of a Website. Before asking Gutensite to help them build a website, many of our clients also look at platforms like Wordpress, Squarespace, Wix and Weebly. So although building the website is only one small part of the website's lifecycle, we will compare these platforms and the results they produce. Wix and Weebly are essentially WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) HTML editors for building static websites. They take a visual drag and drop approach to ...

Comparing CMS Platforms through the Lifecycle of a Website

March 22, 2013
Chadwick Meyer
Building a paper airplane is cheap, easy and fun! But it won’t fly you to your destination. When choosing which platform is best for your website, sometimes what seems like the easiest option ends up being just a waste of time. There are three phases in every website’s life. Unfortunately when most people choose which website platform is best for their project, they only think about the first “Build” phase. As a result, CMS platforms that have instant visual appeal usually get a lot of attention and praise. But when the sugar rush wears ...

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