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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

September 1, 2013

If you've been waiting to cast your vote for your favorites in the People's Choice Awards, now is the time to do so. Voting has officially opened and you may now cast your vote! So head on over to our awards page and submit your favorites. If you are in the running, we have created a handy badge you can use to spur interest... Simply download the graphic (shown below) and link it to... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

August 11, 2013

This year has been an amazing one and we've had tons of nominations for all kinds of great projects in all of our categories. Over this month until voting begins on September 1, 2013, we're going to announce the nominees for each category in the awards.  Without further delay, here are this year's Peoples Choice Nominees for Best Free CMS  in our Critics Choice CMS Awards. Processwire Build... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

May 21, 2013

It is certainly no secret that the world of online content management is dominated by WordPress. Since its release in 2003, WordPress has grown to be the most popular content management system on the internet. In fact, 17.4% of all websites in existence use WordPress as their core CMS. In terms of popularity amongst the elite, WordPress also fares the best. Pingdom recently conducted a... Read More →

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Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

April 16, 2013

You're about to witness a showdown between the world's two most popular open-source CMSs — WordPress and Joomla. The WordPress vs. Joomla question is kind of like a high school rivalry. Or maybe, it's like the old Mac vs. PC debate. Thankfully, the discussion below is civil. My perspective claims WordPress as the winner. In my roles as site editor and SEO consultant, I've used both... Read More →

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Niamh Brown

By Niamh Brown

February 27, 2013

Like many writers on Google+, I want to increase my AuthorRank so my work will gain credibility and reach a wider audience. I've been looking into how to get Google Authorship working with WordPress, not the version you install on your own domain, but a blog hosted on WordPress.com. I was surprised to find little information on the subject that was reliable and therefore felt compelled to... Read More →

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