For growing design firms, marketing agencies, and companies who manage the websites or do the IT support for several clients, liaising with multiple website hosts, not to mention making alterations for clients when each is using a different platform can feel overwhelming. Over time it can also become impractical, as it can get disorganized and cost your clients more of your time as you switch over from one server to the next. Finally, managing multiple servers requires expertise using a variety of platforms and optimizing for them. If there is the option, why not streamline your business and transfer new and existing clients onto a single, unified WHM control panel. [Read more…]
Happy Monday, folks, and a happy 7th birthday to Movable Type. Looking back through my old blog posts, it looks like I’ve been using MT for about 5.5 of those years. I remember that first installation well — I converted from my hand-rolled system to MT in the hallways of the Austin Convention Center during my first SXSW. There were some hiccups, but I was happy with the results and I’ve been using MT for various projects ever since.
While we wait for someone to bring us some birthday cake, let’s see what’s been going on in the Movable Type Community.