The Life Coach Radio Network featured an interview with Daniel Trimpey, CEO of Page Progressive, on Wednesday, April 8. The network host, Divya Parekh, CEO of The DP Group, interviewed Daniel live on internet radio, followed by a question-and-answer session with listeners.
We’re a big fan of the plugin known as Better WP Security. If we’ve developed a WordPress site for you, chances are your site uses it.
On March 17, the authors of this plugin announced a name change to iThemes Security. For sites using the plugin with the previous name, WordPress will automatically deactivate it with the next upgrade. All sites with the plugin will be affected. The impact in not systems critical, but we wanted to give our clients a heads up! All you need to do is reactivate it with the new name.
If you’d like more info about the update check out this link:
Page Progressive CEO, Daniel Trimpey, gave a 45 minute talk on the basics of a sound internet marketing strategy for small businesses on March 21st at Your Local Studio and via live internet stream. Both in person and online participants were able to pose questions throughout the talk. The topic will be a broad overview of four areas of internet marketing:
- Link Building
- Paid Advertising
- Social Media/Email Marketing
On September 13th, Page Progressive, LLC attended the 2008 RTP Product Design Street Faire. Page Progressive brings graphic design, product branding and marketing expertise to the group and is very happy to participate in the RTP industrial design community. At the faire there were a number of other vendors in the areas of product design, such as Montie Design, 101 Machine and Torque Transmission.
A local web development company, Page Progressive, LLC (formerly
Technigrafa) has rebranded to more effectively reach a national
audience and is using it’s expertise in print and web design, along
with search engine optimization to boost their clients’ sales.
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB)
June 2, 2008 — A local web development company, Page Progressive, LLC
has launched a new initiative to bring more sales to their clients by
utilizing web technologies such as search engine optimization.
Page Progressive has recently rebranded from Technigrafa in order to better promote their business identity on a national level.
A new name doesn’t mean a whole new business strategy. Technigrafa has
been creating custom, professional websites geared to rank well in
search engines for years. "Page Progressive is committed to the same
level of excellence as ever, but with a renewed passion for energizing
the marketplace for small to medium sized businesses," says it’s
founder and president, Daniel Trimpey.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
refers to attracting people to your website by ranking well in search
engines such as Google(R) and Yahoo(R). As the Internet grows,
companies have to become savvy on how to keep their listing one step
ahead of their competitors.
These days, just having a website is not enough to stand out above
your competition. A good website can mean landing a deal that may have
otherwise been lost. Not only do the look of aging websites lose their
charm over time, as technology evolves, now businesses can take control
of their own websites by utilizing content management systems that
allow them to edit content, post links, news and photos without having
to go through a web developer for every update. With a vast selection
of good content management systems available, having one no longer
means paying big bucks, like it did in years past.
With the monumental success of sites like MySpace(R) and
Facebook(R), community portal websites have quickly become common
household names and Page Progressive is using similar technologies to
attract business for their clients. Even many churches are now
utilizing portal systems to better serve their members.
Other companies have utilized the growing trend to shop online,
partially due to the rising cost of fuel, to create ecommerce websites
which can draw millions of new customers through the global reach of
Other technologies such as RSS feeds,
which allow site visitors to subscribe to news, are also becoming very
common and are a great way to get more attention to websites. Social
bookmarking, which allows people to share websites that they find
interesting with others over the web, has also become increasingly
For additional information on using new web technologies to boost business, contact Page Progressive by visiting http://www.pageprogressive.com.
About Page Progressive:
Page Progressive was started by Daniel
Trimpey, a teacher in Raleigh, NC in 2005 under the name of
Technigrafa. Page Progresive is a member of the Better Business Bureau
and the International Webmaster’s Association.
As of the first quarter of 2008, Technigrafa will begin transitioning to the new name "Page Progressive, LLC."
This transition is the result of a rebranding strategy that primarily focused on trademarking the new business name. Unfortunately, as much as we loved it, Technigrafa could not be trademarked and with the tremendous growth of the company the last 2 years we felt a trademark was an important step in protecting our brand.
This transition will not affect our clients in any way. Our services and ownership remains unchanged and our commitment to excellence is as strong as ever.