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Danielle Hardy

Danielle Hardy

Danielle works out of our Traverse City office and became a Support Engineer with CloudAccess.net in March of 2016. She attended Baker College in pursuit of a Bachelors in Computer Science, focusing on programming.  In her spare time, she is working on becoming a Published Paleontologist. She is also furthering her knowledge with Joomla! and WordPress, daily. She has already attended Joomla! Day Boston, and WordCamp L.A., and plans on attending as many events as possible. She is also eager to contribute to the Joomla and WordPress communities as much as possible.

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This past weekend, two of our team members (Danielle and Eyvonne) attended Joomla! Day Italy in Turino, Italy. This event was held in a beautiful location, and was full of eager attendees waiting to learn, enthusiastic sponsors, and organizers who made the event possible. It was an excellent turn-out, and had many sessions.

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Our Affiliate Program offers 30% recurring commissions on all hosting product purchases. So, every time your client makes their renewal payment (monthly or annually) for their website, you get a 30% commision! Here are some basic instructions on how to sign up:

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So you’re getting ready to build your first website, and you aren’t sure exactly where to start. Then suddenly, you see an advertisement for Wix, Weebly, GoDaddy, (etc.) that shows you how “simple” setting up a website is with their site builder. That sounds perfect! You sign up and create your site as easily as the advertisement made it seem. Now let’s skip six months into the future, and your business is booming. You find that you need to do some custom coding on your website to make it look a little more aesthetically pleasing, only you can’t do that. Instead, you decide to just settle and install some plugins/extensions that will do what you need them to, only you can’t do that. As a last resort, you decide to migrate your website to a different hosting provider, where you can use Joomla! or WordPress instead (since these are more customizable), only you can’t do that either. These site builders are good for just spinning up website’s, but in most situations, they are not what the client needs. I am going to tell you a few of the many reasons why these quick site builders are never the best option.

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