The face of Tillie, who once graced the now demolished Palace Amusements in Asbury Park, has been restored on top of The Wonder Bar. This famous bar once boasted of having the longest bar in the world, a claim that has been neither measured nor contested. Exit 102.

MedPie needed to reach more customers. Find out how the NJ web design company helped them!

From the NJ Web Designers

May 28, 2009

MedPie is an online news portal that delivers aggregated and original content.  With the successful launch of the web site earlier this year, MedPie has embarked on a traffic building path of upgrades and enhancements.  The NJ web design company, Cyber X Designs, is happy to announce the launch of MedPie’s new home page and enhanced social networking features.  The home page was redesigned to deliver more content to users and assist them in self selecting the most desirable content for further investigation.  The new home page also offers MedPie editors increased control over the content and images on page. 

In addition to the design updates, MedPie now offers its content in the form of RSS feeds.  This mode of delivery enables MedPie content to be syndicated by other content distributors, broadening the reach of their content. 

The last enhancement to the site is Social Network tagging.  MedPie readers can now tag MedPie’s content using: Delicious, Digg, reddit, Facebook, StumbleUpon and Mixx it.

All of these enhancements create a more enjoyable and satisfying experience for readers of the MedPie web site, thereby creating more return traffic.

The MedPie web site is published using an open source Content Management System.  The CMS enables MedPie’s non technical editors to create and manage content quickly and efficiently through their web browser from anywhere they have an internet connection.

If you need a web portal or a promotional web site, call us at: 201-558-7929 and ask for Hans Kaspersetz.  He will be happy to answer your questions and help you make decisions about the best possible route to follow.

Exit 131: The lightbulb, phonograph, and motion picture projector were invented by Thomas Edison in his Menlo Park laboratory.