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SEO Keyword Specilaist for Website - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 14:54
About Us: We are a growing digital marketing agency which works with clients on an ongoing basis facilitating content marketing, social media management and online branding tasks. Our goal is to help our clients interact with their target audience in an insightful and engaging manner. Our team members help our clients make those connections happen online on a monthly basis.

The Job: We are looking for an experienced SEO expert that can optimize a websites for SEO keywords and meta tags so it ranks higher in a SEO Site test scan and of course for general SEO rankings. We have a scan we will provide that shows the current errors that need fixed. We look forward to connecting with you soon!


Posted On: March 23, 2017 01:10 UTC
Category: Sales & Marketing > SEO - Search Engine Optimization
Skills: Google Analytics, Internet Marketing, Link Building, Off-page Optimization, On-Page Optimization, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), SEO Audit, SEO Backlinking, SEO Keyword Research, Social Media Marketing, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Website redesigner for performance marketing firm - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 14:26
We're looking for a skilled designer / UI developer to redesign our website. Our content is already in place---we just need a cleaner, less bulky framework to highlight our company and services.

We're a performance marketing firm with the ability to do this work ourselves but we just don't have the time. The selected candidate will get all the oversight/input required to do the job.

We have a theme in mind already: (link removed), so this is more about customization and adapting as necessary. Expect somewhere between 8-10 landing pages.

You: experienced, efficient, mobile-centric, flexible designer who can understand our needs and create customized results based on our pre-selected theme. You will get access to our admin panel and complete the work from there.

Please send live urls to your work samples. Potential candidates will be contacted for follow-up.

Thanks for your interest.


Posted On: March 23, 2017 01:10 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: CSS, Graphic Design, HTML, HTML5, SquareSpace, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Need help with maximizing SEO for website designed to attract purchase of tours - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 13:58
We run a company that advertises a specialty / niche group travel experience. We need to improve the SEO of the newly launched website. Pages need to be optimized, keywords better identified and content reviewed on the static pages (6 or 7). Site is built in WordPress with a Genesis theme.


Posted On: March 23, 2017 01:10 UTC
Category: Sales & Marketing > SEO - Search Engine Optimization
Skills: Google Analytics, On-Page Optimization, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), SEO Audit, SEO Backlinking, SEO Keyword Research, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Need Wordpress Security export to help restore hacked website. - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 13:32
My wordpress website has been hacked to show some japanese content

shugarlawoffice.com

I need the content restored. I see that the page content is intact.


Posted On: March 22, 2017 13:48 UTC
Category: IT & Networking > Information Security
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

[HELP] Having trouble with the Disqus WP plugin.

Talk about plugins - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 12:29

I run a webcomic on a WordPress site using the Webcomic plugin, and I use the Disqus comments plugin to manage and moderate user comments for feedback, input and general chat about the comic.

However there seems to be a problem with the comments loading. For example, when I go to my WP dashboard for the site, I can see that Page 508 has 7 comments on it - I can see what they are, what they're about, edit them, approve them, the usual shebang. However, when I go to Page 508 on the actual site, I can only see 3 of the comments. If I do a force refresh (shift+F5) I can see the other comments briefly before the Disqus 'loading' icon shows briefly and they're replaced by the same 3 as before (which are part of the 7 that should be there, but only those 3 show.)

Wut's going on? :( Help appreciated.

And for the record, both plugins are as up-to-date as they can be.

EDIT: Deactivating Disqus has fixed the problem for the most part but as I kinda like using it, I'd appreciate a fix that lets me turn Disqus back on and still see all the comments all the time.

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Mediacurrent: Using Normalizers to Alter REST JSON Structure in Drupal 8

News from Planet Drupal - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 12:20
Overview

Drupal 8 core provides for solid REST capabilities out-of-the-box, which is great for integrating with a web service or allowing a third-party application to consume content. However, the REST output provided by Drupal core is in a certain structure that may not necessarily satisfy the requirements as per the structure the consuming application expects.

In comes normalizers that will help us alter the REST response to our liking. For this example, we will be looking at altering the JSON response for node entities.
 

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Janez Urevc: Get ready for the Media workshop at Drupal dev days Seville

News from Planet Drupal - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 11:43
Get ready for the Media workshop at Drupal dev days Seville slashrsm Wed, 22.03.2017 - 12:43

Tomorrow I'll be giving a workshop about the Drupal 8 media. As part of it we'll build a "media" site from scratch. We will start with the standard Drupal installation, add modules and configuration and see how far we can get.

If you are planning to attend the workshop and want to be fully productive I'd ask you to take some time and prepare your development environment. We will need Drupal 8 checkout with the following modules:

Besides that we'll also need Dropzone and Slick libraries, which you can install based on the docs provided in the README files of the respective modules ([1], [2]).

You can download all dependencies manually or use the project template that I provided for you. Simply clone the repository and run composer install in the project root.

Enjoyed this post? There is more! Want to learn Entity browser? Possible solution for knowledge sharing in the Drupal 8 media domain Call for Drupal 8 media ecosystem co-maintainers
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Entry for esteemed HBS professor - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Wed, 03/22/2017 - 02:21
I’m looking for an experienced Wikipedia writer to create a relatively small entry; it’s a gift for a professor. His assistant gave me all of the content they had, and that will be uploaded but the project may grow – separate project of course. I also may ask you to update the entries I created, also separate projects, depending on the quality of the first one.


Posted On: March 24, 2017 07:45 UTC
Category: Admin Support > Data Entry
Skills: Facebook Marketing, Graphic Design, Social Media Marketing, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

HTML and Wordpress Coder Needed for Client Page Design - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 22:43
Need HTML and Wordpress coder

I need an html and wordpress coder for my WP-Client HUB page for clients. WP-Client is a wordpress plugin that allows a website to have a members only area. I need help designing and coding the default client template for the members only section. I have attached a very rough sketch of what I would like to see the HUB page look like, will require ability to code and create appealing visuals to the HUB page.

Any experience with WP-Client would be great. You can check out the documentation on the plugin here https://support.webportalhq.com/support/solutions/1000004686. None of the items would be editable by the client, only by myself or other wordpress admins. Please see the pdf attachment for the core of the visual design desired. Please send me any questions you have about the project or the design.

See attached for the design and these elements:
Logout button: one click logout from the client HUB page

Matter action status: just a text area for me to list the items which we will need to address for the client project.

Matter status: a status box where I can input the status for the client to view. Status: open, pending, closed,

Your required actions: a highlighted box area where I can list the items that I need the client to review and complete for the project

Matter resources, matter docs, etc.: these will be links to other pages accessible by the client within WP-Client plug in. I will need these pages created and made private but they can be left blank as of now because I still need to gather the content and design it. These links can be either 2 or 3 across, whichever looks best to the coder.


Posted On: March 22, 2017 04:10 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: HTML, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Redesign wordpress/woocommerce web site for better performance, SEO, member acquisition - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 21:57
We are not sure if this is one job or two or three separate jobs/expertise required.
So, if you can do only one please let us know and we might split up the jobs.

1.  Performance:  Our website is currently scored as an F in performance.
www.piercingview.com.  Can you fix this without breaking it?  We have big investment in Woocommerce subscriptions/membership back end and cannot afford to lose the functionality.  It took forever for previous developer to get that part to work.
https://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.piercingview.com/z9rtqamq

2.  Redesign Home & Blog pages - NOT the woo commerce commerce engine pages.  We need to improve look and feel of our home page/landing page to focus more on sharing content we produce frequently; blogs/musings, podcasts & video reviews of our reports.  If you know how to make different content types look spectacular on the website to draw new members, apply for the job.  We have weekly content of all types that needs to look integrated across search terms for mobile/tablet users in particular.

3.  Online marketing expert.  We need to optimize the site for SEO - we have the yoast plug in.  We need an expert to provide us ways and means to have our content found across search, twitter, itunes podcast. you tube  etc.


Posted On: March 22, 2017 04:10 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: CSS, HTML, Marketing Strategy, SEO Audit, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Wordpress Web Design Update PSD File Needed - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 20:24
Hi, I am looking to update my website design. My current website www.adamtaylordirector.com needs some design help. The current website is very simple. I am a film director and don't have a lot of content. Also, I don't really care about SEO or SEM marketing because I share it directly with clients. I don't want to overload the client with video but maybe add some feature or bigger ones? The footer is ugly. Please change everything!!!! LOL. I don't have a huge budget and don't need programming only the PSD design. Please send me your ideas and how many hours it will take. I will hire this week.


Posted On: March 22, 2017 04:10 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: Graphic Design, HTML5, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

LakeDrops Drupal Consulting, Development and Hosting: Migrate to Drupal 8

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 19:54
Migrate to Drupal 8 Richard Papp Tue, 03/21/2017 - 20:54 The first meeting of the Drupal User Group Bodensee (Lake Constance) in 2017 will be about migration to Drupal 8.
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MidCamp - Midwest Drupal Camp: Call for Volunteers

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 19:12
We need you!

Want to give back to the Drupal Community without writing a line of code? Volunteer to help out at MidCamp 2017.  We’re looking for people to help with all kinds of tasks including: 

Setup/Teardown
  • For setup, we need help making sure registration is ready to roll, and getting T-shirts ready to move.

  • For teardown, we need to undo all the setup including packing up all the rooms, the registration desk, cleaning signage, and making it look like we were never there.

Registration and Ticketing
  • We need ticket scanners, program dispersers, and people to answer questions.

Room Monitors
  • Pick your sessions and count heads, make sure the speakers have what they need to survive, and help with the in-room A/V

If you’re interested in volunteering or would like to find out more, please contact us.

Volunteer!

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Wordpress developer to create a back end system so clients can access their account information - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 18:48
I have a client that wants to create a back end login system for their website that runs wordpress, that can have a nicely formatted area for them to be able to see their invoices, some reports, and other files and notifications upon login.

Login and password management would be handled through wordpress but when they login they would not be seeing the Wordpress dashboard, they would see a custom page that has tabs across the top that they can interact with that has content that is just for them. Each user of the site will have their own secure area where they can login and only see their own information and nobody else's.

The administrator should be able to login and see everyones client page and easily load information into their private portals as new invoices are prepared. It is not necessary that the portal be able to do anything fancy. The primary goal here is a secure area where each user can only see their own information with the ability for some branding to be added, some tabs for organizing data and an admin area for uploading files.

I am a firm believer in "less code is better" when it comes to projects like this so I am looking for a simple solution. I considered using the plugin WP Customer Area but don't have the time to learn it. If you think that is a possible option we can use it, but I will need you to help set that up. Other plugins are possible too, but nothing that is not kept up to date on a regular basis and has a good history of tight security.

If you have questions, let me know, I am happy to answer them.


Posted On: March 22, 2017 04:10 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Acquia Lightning Blog: Forward Revisions and Translated Content

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 18:46
Forward Revisions and Translated Content Adam Balsam Tue, 03/21/2017 - 14:46

Core contributors are currently working on a solution for #2766957 Forward revisions + translation UI can result in forked draft revisions. This issue can affect users of Workbench Moderation (that is, users of Lightning) too though.

The problem presents itself when:

  • The site uses Lightning Workflow
  • Content Translation is enabled with at least one additional language defined (let's say English and Spanish) 
  • A piece of content exists where:
    • There is a published English and a published Spanish version of the content.
    • Both the English and Spanish version have unpublished edits (AKA forward revisions).
  • An editor publishes the forward revision for either the English or Spanish version (let's say English).

The result is the existing published Spanish version becomes unpublished - even though the editor took no action on that version at all. This is because the system is marking the unpublished Spanish version as the default revision.

A workaround exists in the Content Translation Workflow module. If you are still using Drupal core 8.2.x (which, as of this writing, Lightning is) you will also need a core patch that adds a getLoadedRevisionId() method to ContentEntityBase.

Workaround Summary
  1. Apply this core patch.
  2. Add the Content Translation Moderation module to your codebase and enable it.

For more information and demonstration of the bug and the fix, see the video below.

Note: This is an alpha module with known issues and, by definition, is not covered by the Drupal Security policy and may have security vulnerabilities publicly disclosed.

Note: The Content Translation Workflow module works around the original issue by creating an additional revision based on the current default revision. This preserves existing forward revisions and their content, but effectively makes them past (rather than forward) revisions.

Bonus: The author of Content Translation Workflow, dawehner, has also created a companion module Content Translation Revision which adds a nice UI to translate individual revisions.

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Palantir: Competitive Analysis: The Key to a Woman's Healthy Heart - Part 1

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 18:45
Competitive Analysis: The Key to a Woman's Healthy Heart - Part 1 brandt Tue, 03/21/2017 - 13:45 Michelle Jackson Mar 21, 2017

In the healthcare field, meeting the needs of patients can be a matter of life and death.

In this post we will cover...
  • How health systems can conduct competitive analysis

  • How navigation organization and prioritization impacts the ability of people to find information on specific health topics such as heart disease and its impact on women’s health

  • How competitive analysis can help health systems conduct a cursory evaluation and improve information architecture to better serve people suffering from critical illnesses

  • How looking at peer competitors can help health systems better serve the needs of patients and their caregivers

Strategy work is essential to a project's success.

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Competitive analysis is an exercise, the importance of which transcends the borders of many industries, including healthcare. By taking a look at how your site compares to your competitors, you can ultimately make changes that allow you to better serve your patient’s specific needs.

In recognition of Women’s History Month, we are focusing on women’s health, specifically heart disease, the number one cause of death for women in the United States. We are also honing in on on DrupalCon-host city Baltimore, which has launched several initiatives to combat cardiovascular disease. The goal is to take a look at how two health systems in Charm City categorize and present information about cardiovascular disease on their public-facing websites.

Let’s imagine you have been tasked by the American Heart Association (AHA) to compare and evaluate websites of local health systems in the field of cardiology in how they serve women patients who suffer from cardiovascular disease. Where do we begin? What competitors will we look at? What dimensions or features/site attributes are we comparing? What key tasks are important to patients and caregivers? How does search impact the site visitor journey to each competitor website.

By the time you finish reading this post, you will have the know-how to do a competitive analysis for a health-system or hospital website with a focus on particular health specialties and demographics. You will be able to see how your website measures against the competition at the specialty level and also in meeting the needs of specific patient and caregiver audiences.

What is competitive analysis?

As we discussed in Competitive Analysis on a Budget, competitive analysis is a user experience research technique that can help you see how your site compares with competitor websites in terms of content, design, and functionality. It can also lead to better decision-making when selecting new design and technical features for your site (e.g. search filter terms or search listing display). In this post, we’ll focus on the navigation and internal menu labels as our dimensions.

A Tale of Two Hospitals

Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center are two large university hospitals local to Baltimore that have centers dedicated to women and heart disease. The two centers are considered direct competitors because both offer the same service and function in the same way.

Fast Facts for Context
  • Women’s heart disease symptoms are complex and often differ from mens’ symptoms. 
  • Women suffering from heart disease may not experience any symptoms at all.
  • In 2015, the Baltimore City Health Department released a report that cited cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death in the city.
  • According to the 2015 Maryland Vital Statistics Annual Report, approximately 1 in 4 deaths in the Baltimore Metro Area were related to heart disease.
  • National and statewide statistics confirm cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for men and women.
It all begins with search

Search plays a key role in how patients and caregivers, especially women, find information about health conditions and treatment. In 2013, Pew Research’s Health Online Report noted that “women [were] more likely than men to go online to figure out a possible diagnosis.” The report also noted that “77% of online health seekers say they began at a search engine such as Google, Bing, or Yahoo.”

Specific search queries will likely bring this group of site visitors to a specific page, rather than to the homepage. This means the information architecture of health system internal pages plays a key role in providing patients and caregivers with information and resources about medical conditions and services. Competitive analysis can help us understand if and how these pages are meeting patient and caregiver needs.

Keywords are key

Keyword selection drastically impacts the results that are returned during a patient and caregiver search query. To demonstrate this, let’s start with a basic keyword search to evaluate how sites are optimizing search for topics like women and heart disease. As shown below, keywords can transform the information-seeking experience for women.

Figure 1: Google search with “women heart disease baltimore md” as key words

The first figure shows the search query results for “women heart disease baltimore md.” Johns Hopkins Women’s Cardiovascular Health Center and University of Maryland Medical Center Women’s Heart Program landing pages are both listed in the search results (Figures 2 and 3).

Figure 2: Johns Hopkins Women’s Cardiovascular Health Center landing page

 

Figure 3: University of Maryland Medical Center Women’s Heart Health Program landing page

 

Figure 4: Google search with “heart disease hospital baltimore md”

Search significantly impacts patient and caregiver access to health and hospital information. Google provides results based on previous search behavior, so results may vary by browser and search history, among other factors. We tried these terms using a private session and when logged into Google and saw little to no variance.

As shown in Figure 4, using different keywords in the search query yields different search results. “Heart disease hospital baltimore md” returns Johns Hopkins Heart & Vascular Institute as one of the top search results, but University of Maryland Medical Center’s Heart and Vascular Center is not returned as a top result when logged into Google Chrome on during a private session.

This is important to note because the University of Maryland Medical Center may want to look into methods to improve search engine optimization. There are different ways to address the absence of your website or landing page, product or service at the top of the site visitor’s search results listing.

Menu hierarchy and landing pages - when alphabetization complicates user experience

If women with heart disease choose keywords like “heart disease hospital baltimore md,” and do not indicate their gender in their query, they are brought to Heart & Vascular Health landing pages for each respective health system. Both landing pages use alphabetization to organization centers and programs, Because the centers or programs dedicated to women and heart disease begin with “W,” they are situated at the bottom of the internal navigations.

This may pose a challenge to patients and caregivers entering the site from search queries that omit the word “women” (i.e. heart disease hospital baltimore md). These search query examples are not meant to represent the most common queries for people looking for information about heart disease in Baltimore; rather they demonstrate how different search queries can yield different results for people seeking this information.

Figure 5: Johns Hopkins Heart & Vascular Institute landing page

 

Figure 6: University of Maryland Medical Center Heart and Vascular CenterInternal Menu Labeling and Nesting

Now that we see how search impacts visitor pathways to the health system sites, let’s take a closer look at how Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center, differ in presenting information in the internal menus for the centers and programs dedicated to women’s heart disease and heart health.

Figure 7: Johns Hopkins Heart & Vascular Institute landing page navigation

Multiple internal navigations within the Johns Hopkins Heart & Vascular Institute landing page and the current placement of the Women’s Cardiovascular Health Center at the bottom of the navigation hierarchy might make it challenging for patients looking for this particular center. Since centers provide services for patients, the placement of “centers of excellence” under “clinical services” may complicate site visitors’ understanding of resources and the relationship between services and centers. These types of naming conventions should be examined more closely.

Figure 8: Johns Hopkins Heart & Vascular Institute landing page internal navigations

 

Figure 9: University of Maryland Medical Center Women’s Heart Health Program landing page navigations

Like its competitor, the University of Maryland Medical Center has multiple internal navigations, which may also be cumbersome to users. Patients and caregivers have too many options which may make it difficult for them to understand what they should do on this page. It may also make it challenging for them to complete key tasks (i.e. researching risk factors, find a physician, schedule an appointment, etc).

The University of Maryland Medical Center’s “Centers and Services might resonate better with site visitors because they can find both Centers and Services under “Centers and Services;” Johns Hopkins Medicine’s placement of Centers of Excellence under Clinical Services could be confusing. Patients typically go to a center to receive clinical services; they don’t often go to a clinical service to find a center.

The University of Maryland Medical Center’s Heart & Vascular Center use of “Services’” for one of its navigations might not be intuitive to site visitors. “Services” plays the role of a catch-all for conditions (i.e. aortic disease), topics (i.e. women’s heart health) and treatment options (i.e. heart and lung transplant) and may make it challenging for visitors to find what they are looking for on this page.

More specifically, a patient or caregiver looking for women’s heart health may not necessarily expect to find a program under “Services.” These items could be surfaced more quickly and more efficiently organized within Centers and Services so that the pathways to Women’s Heart Health are more intuitive to patients and their caregivers.

We’ll know if this is the case after we test these health system site pages with real visitors.

Figure 10: Competitive analysis matrixIn sum

So how do you design a website for women who may have asymptomatic heart disease? How do you integrate the needs of potential patients who experience neck and back pain as a symptom of their heart disease? We can gain a better understanding of specific cases like this by understanding the user journey of patients who exhibit non-traditional symptoms of heart disease and their caregivers by conducting competitive usability tests of these sites.

So what next?

Now that we’ve provided a cursory analysis and heuristic evaluation of the internal navigations of two health system sites, we’ll perform user tests on the websites to validate the some of the hypotheses we discuss in this blog post and compare the content and design of the two health system sites. Keep an eye out for that post in a couple weeks!

We want to make your project a success.

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E-Commerce Workflow Consultant - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 17:59
We are looking for someone to provide consultation on best practices of how to streamline our IT and customer experience processes with maximum efficiency at the lowest cost.

We are a tour operator and sell group tours.

Here is what we want to tie together:

-Nice Wordpress travel theme (we have already found some online that we like-Our business requires too much content to just be held on the Shopify CMS).

-Ecommerce checkout (has many specific needs such as deposits, payment plan options.  
Will also need to require a password to view prices and check out). This will be either Shopify or Woocommerce.

We will need our E-commerce to integrate with:
-Quickbooks accounting software
-Infusionsoft CRM + Marketing tool.

The challenge:

We are having a hard time figuring out the best way to bring these together. There are several ways to do so, including:

-Wordpress + Shopify Checkout + Plugin Integration for Quickbooks and Infusionsoft
--problem here is that most travel wordpress themes are best integrated with Woocommerce but Woocommerce is more expensive and harder to connect with Infusionsoft and Quickbooks.


-Wordpress Theme + Woocommerce checkout + Integration tool (revenue conduit or Zapier) to integrate with both Infusionsoft and Quickbooks.


If you have an in depth understanding in these processes and can help consult, please contact me! We are NOT looking for implementation or design, we are just looking for direction and different options including efficiency of workflow, costs associated, etc.

Thanks,

Eli


Posted On: March 21, 2017 18:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Ecommerce Development
Skills: InfusionSoft Marketing, Intuit QuickBooks, Shopify, Woocommerce, WordPress, Zapier
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance

Website redesigner for performance marketing firm - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 03/21/2017 - 17:10
We're looking for a skilled designer / UI developer to redesign our website. Our content is already in place---we just need a cleaner, less bulky framework to highlight our company and services.

We're a performance marketing firm with the ability to do this work ourselves but we just don't have the time. The selected candidate will get all the oversight/input required to do the job.

We have a theme in mind already: http://all-business.cmsmasters.net/about/, so this is more about customization and adapting as necessary. Expect somewhere between 8-10 landing pages.

You: experienced, efficient, mobile-centric, flexible designer who can understand our needs and create customized results based on our pre-selected theme. You will get access to our admin panel and complete the work from there.

Please send live urls to your work samples. Potential candidates will be contacted for follow-up.

Thanks for your interest.


Posted On: March 21, 2017 18:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: CSS, Graphic Design, HTML, SquareSpace, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Categories: WordPress Maintenance