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Mitch Canter is Nashville's Best WordPress Designer and developer. We specialize in WordPress-based websites that work for any size business (or blogger!). If you want a website that looks great, functions beyond your wildest dreams, and is both easy to use and maintain, then look no further.

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WordPress powers nearly 1/4 of today's Internet - it only makes sense that your business is on the best platform. Read more about WordPress if you're not convinced.

100% Responsive Designs

More and more people utilize mobile devices to view content every day - don't be left in the dust! All of our designs are 100% mobile and tablet ready!

Customized Development

Want something out-of-the-box? We can work with you to develop a customized solution that will both serve your needs and integrate with your new or existing WordPress site.

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Google Authorship on your Blog: The Why and How

Back in Dublin, I did a session on Google Authorship for the Travel Blogger’s Expo (TBEX), explaining the process and meaning behind linking your website to Google+.  The process, while it seems intimidating, is actually very easy, and is (essentially) linking your profile and site together.  I wanted to amend my session notes with some other […]

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What is #WPChat?

#WPChat: Defined #WPChat is a weekly Twitter chat that takes place on Tuesday night at 8PM EST  (5PM PST).  We focus on having discussions on WordPress design and development, and on showcasing WordPress used in unique and interesting ways. Sounds awesome.  What do we talk about? I want to run #WPChat very similarly to how #BlogChat […]

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5 Tips to Help You Create Amazing Content!

It’s all well and good to talk about technical things like podcasting, but sometimes the problem isn’t the method; it’s the message itself.  Many people will open up a Word document or their WordPress editor and stare at it for hours.  Creating amazing content from scratch is hard. But, nothing worth doing is easy, and fresh […]

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How to Start a Podcast, Part 3: Publishing the Podcast

So, you’ve got the podcast idea laid out, and you’ve recorded it.  You’ve laid down tracks, mixed down channels, and have ended up with either a video (MP4) or audio (MP3) file of your Podcast.  Congrats, you’ve overcome the first hurdle, which (to some) is the hardest.  But now we’re tasked with getting the file […]

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Starting a Podcast

How to Start a Podcast, Part 2: Hardware / Software

Podcasting can be daunting for a number of reasons.  Some people don’t have time to mix together, edit, and publish their podcasts.  Others simply hate hearing the sound of their own voice (I honestly fall into this category at times).  And still others are bound by technical or financial limits.  While I can’t help you […]

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