Student Life Selects WordPress MU

Sam Guzik over on CoPress.org 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 WordPress.com VIP Hosting

22 Dec 09
Raanan Bar-Cohen

UPS has announced the launch of their new blog, Upside, which is running on WordPress.com 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.

[ Visit blog.ups.com ]

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2 Responses to “UPS Joins WordPress.com 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.

    ~Jeff
    MileHighTechGuy

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