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After6 Now Provides WordPress Services

After6 Services is pleased to announce that we are now providing services on the WordPress web publishing platform. More details….

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Upgrade to Movable Type Pro 6.1.2, Movable Type Open Source 5.2.12, or Migrate to WordPress.

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After6 Services uses Salesforce Sales Cloud for its sales process.  It began integrating Salesforce and Movable Type almost five years ago.

We focus on total integration of the Sales Cloud with your Content Management System-driven website.

Is your website doing all it can to fill your sales pipeline? Work with After6 to expand and improve it.

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After6 recently began offering a full suite of services to support the WordPress publishing system.

We focus on building clean, usable sites that integrate with all of the cloud services that your business uses.

Movable Type

After6 has been a Six Apart Consulting and Technical Support Partner since 2011. We build and maintain Movable Type websites for broadcasting, publishing, and engineering businesses, and governments entities in the United States and Canada.

Let us help you get the most out of Movable Type.

Connecting Communication with Customer Engagement

At After6 Services, one of our specialties is optimizing Salesforce integration with WordPress or Movable Type.

We believe that the intersection of publishing and customer relationship management doesn’t get enough attention.

  • Does your website do everything it can to help you make a sale?
  • Does it help you build your audience for future communications?
  • Can you measure your success?

Those are the kinds of problems we work on for customers every day.

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After6 Now Provides WordPress Services

After6 Services is pleased to announce that we are now providing services on the WordPress web publishing platform. Our focus in choosing components for new WordPress sites will be: usability for non-technical users, security, scalability, and maintainability. Balancing these goals on a complex platform like WordPress is a challenge.  But, after an entire summer of research, we rebuilt and relaunched the After6 Services website on WordPress.  We’re using a well-supported theme called Make from The Theme Foundry.  We’ve built three sites with Make and its companion WordPress plugin called Make Plus. The Make / Make Plus combination provides great usability for … Read more

After6 Announces Cloud Services Integrations, Featuring Salesforce and MailChimp

After6 Services is pleased to announce that it has begun building integrations between the WordPress and Movable Type publishing systems and the Salesforce.com Sales Cloud.  After6 is also creating integrations between the WordPress and Movable Type publishing systems and the MailChimp and Constant Contact Email Marketing Platforms. Salesforce Integration The simplest form of Salesforce integration is the construction of a Web-to-Lead Form.  Web-to-Lead forms help prospective customers visiting your website to register their interest in your company’s services, so that a salesperson can contact them later. After6 also creates Web-to-Case Forms, for those companies who Salesforce workflows include cases. MailChimp Integration After6 works with customers to integrate their … Read more

Movable Type Upgrade to Version 6.1.2 or 5.2.13 Strongly Recommended

Earlier today, Six Apart announced the release of Movable Type 6.1.2. This new version of Movable Type supercedes Movable Type 6.1.1, which was found to have quality assurance problems. After6 Services strongly recommends upgrading to Movable Type 6.1.2 when possible. The Movable Type 6.1 upgrade contained Version 2.0 of the Movable Type Data API, which adds important new functionality for customers who run applications that interact with Movable Type through JavaScript. If you want After6 to perform a Movable Type upgrade for you, please visit the Movable Type Upgrade Service page on our website. If you are still using a version of Movable Type prior to … Read more

SuperAssets for Flickr: Upgrade Required to Continue Successful Use

Attention SuperAssets for Flickr users. Flickr is deprecating the non-SSL endpoints of the Flickr API on June 27. We created a new version of SuperAssets for Flickr that makes all Flickr API calls via SSL. SuperAssets for Flickr Version 1.02 is now available and is required for all users to continue successfully using the plugin. In addition, it’s the Flickr::API2 Perl module must be updated to version 2.08 or later. This update to Flickr::API2 is what enables SSL connections to be established.

Update to SuperAssets for Flickr Coming to Address Flickr API Protocol Change

Attention SuperAssets for Flickr users. Flickr is deprecating the non-SSL endpoints of the Flickr API on June 27. We are working on a SuperAssets for Flickr update that will make all API calls via SSL, and expect to release it in time to make the transition. An issue has been created in our Github repository that will be updated as we continue to work on the update, Update SuperAssets for Flickr to Access Flickr API over SSL. If you have questions or concerns, please engage us on Twitter, Facebook, or via the After6 Services Help Desk.

Upgrade to Movable Type 5.2.7 Strongly Recommended

Earlier today, Six Apart announced the release of Movable Type 5.2.7. This new version of Movable Type supercedes Movable Type 5.2.6, which was found to have quality assurance problems. After6 Services strongly recommends upgrading to Movable Type 5.2.7 when possible. The Movable Type 5.2.6 upgrade contained a fix for a security vulnerability, and we would have characterized that upgrade as mandatory if a bug hadn’t been identified soon after release. If you want After6 to perform a Movable Type upgrade for you, please visit the Movable Type Upgrade Service page on our website. If you are still using Movable Type 4.38, read on … Read more

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