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Some Changes at WebKite

Hi there, There’s been a number of changes happening at WebKite. Some sad, some exciting, but all necessary. Yesterday WebKite experienced some turbulence. You can read about that here in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Turbulence brings change, and change brings questions. Read More

Publish WebKite Lists to a Facebook Page

Publish Everywhere (Including Facebook!) At WebKite our goal is to help businesses publish and update information everywhere online using a single interface.  WebKite is a one-stop-shop for updating an inventory, food menu, wine list or more. A few weeks ago Read More

WebKite Everywhere!

Since we launched WebKite for WordPress, we’ve had thousands of downloads and people using WebKite to build restaurant menus, business directories with Google Maps integration and publishing in a way that wasn’t possible before. All for free. Within minutes Read More

WebKite for WordPress Now Supports Multiple Languages

There are  WebKite users throughought the globe—every continent harbors a WebKite user that is building interactive lists to embed on their WordPress site. Well, every continent except for Antarctica. So, if you know someone in Antarctica (or plan on visiting Read More

Refreshed Designs and Global Currency

We’ve just released version 1.0.5 of our WordPress plugin into the wild. With it comes a number of new updates and improvements to the design and globalization of WebKite for WordPress. In our support forum, we’ve heard requests for the ability Read More

Building a Restaurant Menu For WordPress

One of the templates WebKite for WordPress starts with is a restaurant menu. At its core, WebKite helps users make better decisions. And what’s a more important decision than figuring out what to eat? Hence the restaurant menu for WordPress Read More

The Nat Geo theme song should be playing here

The Wild World of Faceted Search

Welcome to the wild world of Faceted Search. The new, fun, and exciting way to search for anything. It may sound like a promise from an “As Seen On TV” commercial, but it’s absolutely not. It’s the future of niche Read More