WebKite Blog

Periodically we publish thoughts and ideas about he state of the web and the state of structured data publishing. Topics range from small business marketing to cost efficient advertising.

Welcome

Welcome to the official blog for WebKite! We’re a versatile and affordable content-management platform that makes your data usable and discoverable. Learn more about how WebKite can make your content soar.

On the WebKite blog, we’ll discuss the search and web development industry, talk about our company culture, provide updates as new WebKite features are released, and give insights about the WebKite product. Expect topics ranging from SEO criticism and link building strategies to company culture and startup insights. In other words, the WebKite blog will be a good mix of shop-talk and anything else we feel is relevant to our readers.

We won’t be using our blog as a place to string together rehashed press releases. Instead, we promise to regularly deliver authentic content and provide a behind-the-scenes look at WebKite.

Who are the people behind-the-scenes at WebKite? Well, first I’ll introduce myself. I’m Eric Silver, the founder and CEO of WebKite. Also posting on the WebKite blog will be the WebKite marketing team: Julia Cowher and Dan Tallarico. Other members of the WebKite team like our brilliant web and content developers will be posting too!

We’re excited to share the WebKite story and engage in discussions on where we’re headed. Stay tuned!

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