Announcement: Winners of MightyDeals Giveaway

Oct 5 2012 by Jacob Gube | No Comments

Announcement: Winners of MightyDeals Giveaway

We had a giveaway recently of 5 free Deals from MightyDeals to be given to 5 lucky Six Revisions readers. In this post, you’ll find out who the winners are.

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5 Pricing Tips to Earn More on Client Projects

Oct 4 2012 by Ruben Gamez | 40 Comments

5 Pricing Tips to Earn More on Client Projects

Why is it that some agencies and freelancers can charge premium prices while delivering low-quality work?

We’ve all seen this time and time again.

It’s not hard to find stories of people paying tens of thousands of dollars for mediocre design or development. In fact, maybe you’ve inherited some of this work in the past and have had to repair it.

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Giveaway: 5 Lifetime Subscriptions to Monitive Site Uptime Monitoring Service

Oct 2 2012 by Jacob Gube | 56 Comments

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In this giveaway, we’re giving away five subscriptions that will never expire to Monitive’s Platinum subscription plan (normally worth $990 a year).

Monitive is a reliable site uptime monitoring service that will notify you when your websites go down and/or are back up online.

Read on to see how you can be one of the five lucky Six Revisions readers to win this wonderful prize!

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5 Tools for Managing Multiple WordPress Sites from One Location

Oct 2 2012 by Joe Foley | 14 Comments

5 Tools for Managing Multiple WordPress Sites from One Location

If you run more than one WordPress install, or if you have clients that run WordPress sites that you’re responsible for, then you know how much of a pain it can be to log in to each site every time you need to do things like update plugins, themes, or WordPress core itself.

With the release of WordPress 3.0, we now have the ability to create a network of WordPress sites with one installation through the multisite feature. However, your needs may go beyond what multisite allows you to do, and so you may need to explore other options.

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