NetSource Media is proud to announce the redesign of Ehrhardt’s Trailer Sales’ website, etstrailers.com.  Our EZ-Site content management system is utilized in this new website, allowing the staff of Ehrhardt’s to easily update and maintain the site. With the mobile-enabled design, anyone with Apple iOS, Android,  or Windows mobile platforms (and newer Blackberries) can access the site on the go! […]

Quora’s goal is to be able to answer questions that Google and Wikipedia can’t. They are accomplishing this goal by posting user generated questions answered by the rest of the Quora community. A rating system that pushes answers up or down depending on community agreement moves the “best” answer to the top. Currently Quora is generating a large amount of buzz online. The main reason for this buzz isn’t the concept – questions and answer sites like Yahoo! Answers have been around for years – but instead the user group is Quora’s greatest strength. It seems that very influential business owners, celebrities, and other major industry leaders are actually active Quora users. Case in point, the question “What is an ideal use case for Amazon PayPhrase?” was personally answered by Amazon CTO Werner Vogels. […]

NetSource Media is proud to announce the redesign of Delmarva RV Center’s website, delmarvarvcenter.com.  The new website includes the EZ-Site content management system, allowing Delmarva RV Center’s staff to easily update and maintain the site. With the mobile-enabled design, the majority of visitors using Apple iOS, Android, Blackberry or Windows mobile platforms can access the site on the go at www.delmarvarvcenter.com. […]

The term social media is being used pretty much everywhere now. It’s popularity is on the rise, and in turn the methods for sharing through social media are also growing. It can be a bit overwhelming choosing how to share and what to share. I would like to share some guidelines on using social media effectively for your business. This is going to be a long post, so you may want to bookmark it for future reference. […]