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Postachio Review

Postachio Review

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 10, 2018
Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 10, 2018

Postach.io is a blogging platform with a difference. The whole premise of Postach.io is to negate the need for users to use a seperate blogging tool, and it works with the note management system – Evernote – to achieve this. Postach.io turns Evernote into a content management system, which allows users to sync notes directly to their Postach.io blog. My inside scoop on Postachio.io... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 10, 2018

Brands and their local retailers are moving to digital faster than ever. Weekly promotions, coupons via print offers are being supplemented by digital postcards (landing pages). There is an immediate savings from the hard cost of print and when paired with changing consumer behavior mobile and online shoppers – digital marketers know where to put their brands money. In order to drive... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 8, 2018

Last month, Adobe announced its decision to discontinue the popular website building app Muse. This decision has upset thousands of creatives all over the world and an onset of social media outcry has ensued, with a petition to reverse the decision.Adobe is trying to migrate Muse users over to Dreamweaver in the short to medium term, but this move won’t be appreciated by its core users for a... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 5, 2018

Today, Pixel & Tonic, the team behind Craft CMS is excited to announce the long-awaited release of Craft 3 and the Craft Plugin Store. Craft 3 has been highly anticipated in the Craft Community as the platform has been completely rewritten, redesigned, and refactored for better performance and more out of the box functionality. Craft 3 is more than 3X faster than its predecessor and includes... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 2, 2018

I've been with Google for quite some time on their G Suite offering but recently, for some silly reason, I thought moving to Microsoft's Office 365 so I could use Outlook would be a good idea. Boy was I wrong. Let me walk you through why.Many years ago, I, like many people, had a Hotmail account. Sometime around 2008 or 2009 or so (when I launched this site) I managed to add my mike at cmscritic... Read More →

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