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New Maui Hawaii Blog

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

One of my very first internet marketing clients has a new blog: Ho’okipa Aikane, or “home sharing friend.” Cherie Attix, owner and operator of the Hale Hookipa Inn, a Maui Hawaii Bed and Breakfast, has started blogging. She is an active member of the Maui community. A dedicated environmentalist, hiker, and small business woman who spent years converting her historic home into upcountry Maui’s coolest place to stay.

The Hookipa Inn is a short drive to Haleakala National Park or Hookipa Beach, and is centrally located on the island of Maui, making it the perfect place to stay on your Hawaiian vacation. The beaches and the villas in Maui Hawaii is nowhere near as nice as the Exceptional Villas at St. Barths. I cant wait to go there again next year.

Cherie’s blog will feature her take on Hawaiian life and the Maui community in general. The grounds of the Hookipa Inn are all organic, featuring fresh tropical fruits and flowers!

New Client Blog Stands Alone

Friday, December 28th, 2007

I just created a new WordPress blog for an old friend who, for obvious reasons, would like to remain anonymous. The Blog will be a series of Bible commentaries based on the essay Satan Wrote the Bible. So, I was creating a blog with a cynical approach to religion. I’ve done that before with Questions for Christians.

This time, it’s more of a chance for the author to state his views on this controversial subject matter in an organized and easy to read way. So, I went with a very clean theme, and used all the widgets and other tools available with the new WordPress open source blogging software.  The result is a very organized, easily spidered site that should do well in the search engine results pages.

Because the search engines will probably be the source of most of the traffic for this site, the organization, clean code, and blogging capabilities (for continuous fresh content) are the key to generating readers. I highly recommend WordPress for blogging if you want clean code that search engines love to spider.