Nick Morales

Nick Morales TRIJuice.com
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TRIJuice.com

We had 2 projects on the table that needed attention, upgrade Moveable Type and install the Hybrid News theme/template. Our problem was we did have the time. We searched and found PRO IT Service. After reviewing their services, reviewing their portfolio and some Q&A we hired them to do the task. The result is, we are now up-to-date with MT and we have an updated site that looks GREAT!

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FastServers.Net Blog

FastServers.Net Blog

Reference:
http://www.fastservers.net/blog/

Description:

FastServers.Net Blog is consultancy work for improving FastServers.Net already established Blog. FastServers.Net is a hosting giant, one of the Top 10 Web Hosting companies (http://www.fastservers.net/about-contact/top-web-hosting-review-awards.html). Everything started with Aaron Phillips, Vice President of Marketing and Sales at FastServers.Net contacting me for some work on the blog features, as well as a Blog Survey and a Search Engine Optimization Expertise. We ended up working on several blog extra facilities, as well as several advanced Search Engine Optimization procedures. More to come on Phase II.


Project Details:

Blog Survey, SEO Evaluation, movable type extra facilities development, advanced search engines optimization for FastServers.Net Blog (http://www.fastservers.net/blog/), Top 10 Web Hosting company.


Technical Specifications:

Blog Survey meant to check the initial Blog Environment and propose Blog Extra Facilities to improve the FastServers.NET blog user experience.

SEO Expertize meant to improve Search Engine Optimization for increasing FastServers.NET blogging community search engines positioning.

Implementing selected MovableType extra facilities.

Using web site parameters such as quality standards validation to insure good Google and other major search engines indexing.

Advanced search engines optimization for assuring higher positioning in search engines results.


Contracting:

Contracting from FastServers Inc., Chicago, IL, U.S.A.


Period:

February 2007