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Website help?

Postby Tyler B. » August 5th, 2012, 8:21 pm

So I have a show that would really benefit from a good website. It needs to allow multiple people to blog and put the information into easily recognizable form.

Anyone interested in designing a website for Thinning the Herd?

I have no idea how people do these things in Austin. Is it proper to hire someone? Are there people willing to help for tickets and a smile? Are there broken people who would do it for abuse and we charge you?

Any advice?

It was suggested to me that the folks on the boards are a great resource. So, I am starting here.

Tyler
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Postby Aden » August 5th, 2012, 8:43 pm

you can do one yourself using wordpress. That's how I built www.gggimprov.com. You can also hire someone. It's usually takes a bit of work to get a site built, so it's sometimes tough to find someone who would do it for free. I thought wordpress was pretty straightforward though.
http://www.gggimprov.com
http://www.merlin-works.com
And that's the whole point. Isn't it?
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Postby Tyler B. » August 5th, 2012, 9:35 pm

Thanks, Aden! You are hired! ;)
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Postby Aden » August 5th, 2012, 9:39 pm

Send me a pm. We can talk. :)
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