Student Life Selects WordPress MU

Sam Guzik over on details the successful relaunch of Student Life, the “independent newspaper of Washington University in St. Louis”, on the WordPress MU platform:

In their evaluation of various platform choices they concluded:
“Although Drupal is also extremely powerful, we found that WordPress’s interface was better suited to a workflow that would begin to allow [...]

Fifty Sites. Ten Months. One CMS.

I’ve been chatting with the folks at Tierra Innovation and WNET.ORG (Channel Thirteen in New York) on their impressive collaboration utilizing WordPress MU as a CMS for WNET.ORG’s network of high-traffic websites:

Using WordPress MU’s built-in features along with custom themes and plugins such as WPDB Profiling, they made it easier and much cheaper for WNET.ORG [...]

The Ford Story Chooses WordPress

The Ford Story is a recently launched site committed to making Ford’s progress towards getting new high-quality, fuel-efficient cars, and trucks on the road today transparent and open. The site is completely powered by WordPress and uses WordPress as a CMS to deliver a wide variety of static content, videos, photos, and dynamic updates.

We talked [...]

UPS Joins VIP Hosting

22 Dec 09
Raanan Bar-Cohen

UPS has announced the launch of their new blog, Upside, which is running on VIP Hosting:

The Upside blog, designed and built by T3 is a “blog created by UPS to share personal insights and perspective about the largest transportation company in the world.”

Some really interesting content posted so far including a video of how UPS and Zappos are working together.

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2 Responses to “UPS Joins VIP Hosting”

  1. MileHighTechGuy December 22nd, 2009 at 4:04 pm Reply

    It’s great to see such great organizations/companies such as UPS take up the WordPress platform.

    That’s more real validation for WordPress.

    I know there are already a lot out there, but I’d like to see more businesses use WordPress as a business website platform, not just for their blog.


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