Do you need to grow your business? Do you want more sales?

Webcore can help.

Our tools include gorgeous WordPress websites, ecommerce via WooCommerce, and content marketing. These combine to form a powerhouse website and mammoth sales machine.

Our library of tools lets us get off the ground running, customizing templated solutions into unique works of art.

This lets us spend more time crafting powerful content. Content that moves people. Content that commands search engines to rank your site highly. Content that sells your products and makes your money.

Why Webcore?

Because we rock. Seriously!

You want awesome an WordPress website with ecommerce built right in? How about a marketing campaign that will light up Facebook and draw consistent traffic from Google?

That’s what we do.

Another reason why you should choose Webcore is from our founder John’s wife: “Because I like it when my husband makes money.” Well there’s that.

Lets make money together.

Content Marketing

Content marketing drives traffic to your website. It’s all about creating amazing content that readers and Google both love. Content that gets shared and liked.

Content marketing is a silly term, but it’s better than “SEO”. We don’t like that term, but we do make sure that your website is 100% optimized for search engines.

It’s more about content though; we create compelling content that’s used on your website and around the web. It’s a strategy that will pay dividends for YEARS.

WordPress Websites

WordPress is the most used content management system (CMS) on the Internet. This means it has the most and best plugins and themes. It has the most capability and possibility.

WordPress also happens to be the easiest CMS to use. You can manage it yourself! (Of course, we also will manage your site for you.)

Simply put, WordPress is awesome, and Webcore knows WordPress really well.

WooCommerce

Ecommerce with WooCommerce

As far as ecommerce goes, we specialize in WooCommerce and can help get you selling your products or services quickly and efficiently.

WooCommerce is the WordPress of ecommerce. It’s used by over 29% of all online stores, so you know it works well.

There are tons of great plugins and features and it integrates nicely with WordPress. WooCommerce will work with just about any payment or shipping method you want to use.

Contact us today!

Call or email us today to find out how we can help your business.  We’d love to hear from you.

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From the blog…

Going Freelance: Leap And The Net Will Appear!

Going freelance, being an entrepeneur, can be really hard for most people. It was for me. If you’re anything like me, you’ve worked for someone else most of your life. It’s weird and scary to not have the certainty of a paycheck. For me, quitting my job wasn’t easy at all and it wasn’t anything that happened overnight. It took me many years to come to the realization that I didn’t want to work for someone else, that the job I wanted simply didn’t exist in the world; I had to create it! But there are many of us who have that spirit, who just don’t feel alive unless they’re out there creating their own thing. You might be feeling twinges of that yourself. In my case, I even had a great job. I was surrounded by cool people that I genuinely loved to work with. My bosses (2 partners who are lifelong best friends) were super cool, my own age, and we share so many of the same likes. We even partied and drank together many times. My job was flexible and I could work on projects the way I wanted to without anyone telling me how and when to do stuff. Why would anyone in their right mind quit a job like that!?? Answer: I wasn’t happy. I wasn’t happy building someone else’s dream. I wasn’t working towards my own dreams and goals. I had built hundreds upon hundreds of websites, and yet I had to keep building more, for projects that, quite frankly, I just didn’t care for. It felt like I was on an endless treadmill. I’d tried... read more

The Difference A Name Can Make: Backstory On Webcore’s Name Change

Webcore has rebranded! That’s right… WebCore Internet Solutions is now… (drum roll please) Webcore! Wait what? What a huge deal, right? Ah well, sometimes you have to make yourself sound big when you’re small. At least I heard that somewhere. Just like how you should make yourself sound small when you’re big. I can remember when I first started Webcore. After a long career in web development, I quit my job strike out on my own. I can remember my last day on the job: Friday, September 13th 2013. I thought it was auspicious, but in a good way. I didn’t have any clients and I didn’t know what I was going to do. No clue. I had paid off all my debt and amassed $20,000. This was a HUGE amount for me at the time but it didn’t feel like enough. It probably never would have felt like enough money. But I knew I had to do SOMETHING. I was starting to have panic attacks and I wasn’t sure why. I’m pretty sure now that it was because I wasn’t doing what I needed to be doing. I think the panic attacks were a sign that I wasn’t living my dreams. I had to be out on my own, figuring stuff out. I might succeed, I might fail, but I had to try. So I started up a company and threw a website together. I wasn’t sure what the company was going to be exactly. I did the best I could. I was way into SEO at the time and I thought that should be the main selling... read more

What Would You Do With Your Life If You Were Rich?

Think about this: If you were immediately rich and had $50 million dollars what would you do with your life? What would your ideal lifestyle be? No really, think about that. What would you do if you had all the time in the world? Oh sure, the first couple of months would be AWESOME. You could make it rain cheese. You could throw parties all the time with your friends and family. You could buy gifts for your loved ones and of course for yourself! That dream car is yours, no doubt. (Me, I’m going with a Challenger SRT, blue with white stripes. Hey, it’s good to dream and set goals!) You’d probably buy your dream house too. Or maybe a couple of houses in different places. Or maybe you’d buy your own little island in the Carribbean or something. But after several months, life would set in again. The excitement of everything would wear off. You could still do anything and travel anywhere you wanted. But think about how it feels after a couple weeks off work and/or school. Don’t you get bored? Be real with yourself and put yourself there. Imagine being bored with all the free time and money in the world. What would you do? We all feel better after some work. We all need something to strive for, something that gives us a purpose, a sense of self-gratification and worth. This is why people who make it big turn into philanthropists. They start giving to charities or creating their own charities. This is partly because they simply need something to do with their time.... read more

The Top 9 Reasons You Need a Mobile-Friendly, Responsive Website

Mobile usage of the web is ever increasing. Here are the main reasons why you need to have a website that is modern and responsive based on the size of your visitors screen size.   Over 65% of American adults have a smart phone (June, 2013) Mobile web traffic increased to 38% last year, while desktop web traffic decreased by 16% 67% of users claim they are more likely to buy from a mobile ready website 61% of mobile internet users will most likely leave a website if it doesn’t have a responsive web design If you’re not mobile optimized your site may go down in the search rankings (Google’s Mobile algorithm update 4/21) 72% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations from real people. 69% of consumers are more likely to use a local business if it has information available on a social media site. 49% of sites fail to comply with basic usability principles, and 50% of online sales are lost because visitors can’t find content. 88% of consumers who search for a type of local business on a mobile device call or go to that business within 24 hours.   If you’re not sure how to go about making your website responsive, we can help! Contact us... read more

The Top 7 Reasons To Have A Great Website

Having a modern website is crucial to your business. It is the cheapest, quickest, most effective way to create or grow your business. In observations of many local businesses, some companies either had an out of date website or no website at all. So…why have a great website?   1. You have more credibility. As people become more and more accustomed to the Internet, they expect you to have a modern website. If someone searches for your company on Google, it doesn’t look good if you’re not listed #1 (or at least on the first page of results).   2. Your website is always on. You can be found 24/7 online. Your contact form is always working so people can communicate with you at their leisure and you can respond back at yours.   3. A website is the cheapest form of advertising (and it’s always on) Compare the cost of a website to that of a billboard or radio or TV ad. You’d be able to get a website for the cost of renting a billboard for one month. Radio and TV can be even more expensive.   4. A website is lasting Unlike other forms of advertising which are ephemeral, your website can reap dividends for YEARS into the future. Pay for it once, let it work for you for several years.   5. Well-made, Search Engine Optimized (SEO’d), mobile-friendly site can be the #1 tool in your arsenal for acquiring new leads. Customers will be able to find your site anytime, anywhere, from any device – at no further cost to you. Google will bring you free... read more

How To Make A YouTube Link Autoplay (Embedded)

If you’re embedding Youtube videos or linking to them using something like Thickbox or Lightbox, here’s how to have them autoplay. Basically you need to add the code: autoplay=1 So consider a link like this: <a href=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/xcgn7SLp-RA?autoplay=1&keepThis=true&TB_iframe=true&height=315&width=560″ … The “autoplay=1” part needs to come DIRECTLY after the Youtube link. What this is saying is that the “?” means there are variables coming. Then the variables are separated by “&”. So it’s the link, then the ?, & (or “and” a variable), & and another variable and so on. Note that autoplay=true will not work – it neesd to be... read more

How to Delete Unpublished Nodes in Drupal Programmatically

Sometimes we like to post tech tips. This a web development tip for people into Drupal.  Hopefully it’ll help somebody somewhere out there! —— If you deal with tons of nodes and want to clean up old, unused, unpublished nodes after a while, here’s one way to do it. I did it via coding in my own Drupal module. However you could also use the Auto Expire module. The problem I had with this is that I couldn’t find a way to actually delete the nodes. [Note: This was for Drupal 5. It may still work in newer versions but I haven’t tested or researched it.] I started with a menu item in hook_menu. The code below lets you access the script via a page at /delete: $items[‘delete’] = array( ‘title’ => t(‘Delete Vehicles’), ‘page callback’ => ‘delete_old_nodes’, ‘access arguments’ => array(‘access_content’), ‘type’ => MENU_CALLBACK, ); Then make a function to do the deletion. function delete_old_nodes() { Now get the node id’s and the time that each node was last updated. $result = db_query(“SELECT nid, changed FROM {node} WHERE node.type = ‘auto’”); Then we loop through each result. In this loop we check the date last updated versus today’s date. Drupal stores dates as UNIX timestamps, that is, the seconds since the UNIX epoch. Don’t let that confuse you – it’s merely the number of seconds since a date in 1970. It’s just a handy way to have a universally standard numeric date value. while($node = db_fetch_object($result)) { $i=0; Here we get a UNIX timestamp of right now: $today = date(‘U’); Then we calculate the difference of seconds between... read more

How To Check Your Data Usage on an iPad 3G for AT&T

If you have an iPad 3G and want to check your data usage, this might be a little frustrating. AT&T apparently doesn’t treat the iPad as a real account since it’s just data and not really a phone. So if you try to log into the website or follow any other instructions you get the runaround. There is no way (that I know of or was able to find out) to log into AT&T’s site to check your iPad 3G data usage. They also have an iOS app called myAT&T, but I was unable to log in to it (probably for the same reason you can’t log into the site). Here’s the very simple solution that I can’t believe I didn’t see anywhere else or notice on my own: In your iPad’s Settings app, go to General, then Usage. BAM – there it is, your sent and received cellular data used. Very cool of Apple to build it into the settings, but just wish that it was mentioned SOMEWHERE along the line by AT&T when setting it up or in their introductory email. (Does this work for Verizon as well on the iPad 2? One would think... read more
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