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Join Unravel at WordCamp Kansas City 2016

WordCamp is coming to Kansas City! Join the Unravel team at the annual WordCamp Kansas City conference on June 10-12, where we’ll enjoy a weekend focused on all things WordPress. WordPress updates, blogging, SEO, content distribution, business fundamentals, you name it—WordCamp’s got it and you'll learn how to implement them all…

An Insider’s Guide to Building a Website, pt. IV: Coding

Welcome to the fourth installment of An Insider’s Guide to Building Your Website! So far we’ve shown you how to develop the basic elements of website technology, design and content for your own DIY website. In this edition, we’re going to discuss website coding, which you could liken to your…

Top 10 Ways to Wreck Your Website Content

Your website is an extension of your business. It works for you 24/7 and often provides the first impression of your business to your many prospects. If you’ve hired a professional web development team to craft a website design that stands out among the competitors in your market, you’re to…

Specialty, Commoditization and the $13 Burger

I had a conversation with a killer thinker today and we chatted about branding, messaging, web development and a whole bunch of nerdy marketing. Our business and professional  histories were both fascinating validations (at least for myself) and refreshing to open up about. I listened and learned as he talked…

3 Questions with…Crane Brewing Company

If there’s one thing Kansas Citians love, it’s craft beer. This year alone six new breweries are set to open around the metropolitan area. One of them is the highly-anticipated, Raytown-based Crane Brewing Company. We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Crane Brewing Company’s Vice President Chris Meyers…

An Insider’s Guide to Building a Website, Pt. III: Content

Welcome to the third installment of An Insider’s Guide to Building Your Website! So far we’ve shown you how to develop the basic elements of website technology and design for your own DIY website. In this edition, we’re going to discuss the product you’re selling, or—in other words—website content. Think of…

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