Happy Birthday Philsquare!

Posted October 26, 2011

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Fun news loyal blog readers! On Saturday, November 5, the team at Philsquare will be celebrating the company’s first birthday! We’ve been fortunate in the past year to work with some really great local community services and businesses: Van Go Mobile Arts, Lawrence Public Library, Lawrence GiveBack, and several departments and groups at The University of Kansas. We’re passionate about solid development and beautiful websites that fit our customers’ needs.

To celebrate our birthday we are offering a couple of our services FREE.

Free WordPress Basic workshop (limit 24)    

At 1pm and 3:30pm we will be offering the “WordPress Basics” workshop FOR FREE! This has been our most popular workshop in the past year, and we want to share it with more people in Lawrence. In this two-hour workshop, learn about the advantages of using WordPress (.com versus .org); and learn how to maintain your WordPress site. Also, for every person who attends the workshop, Philsquare will donate $5 to Van Go Mobile Arts.

Only 12 seats per workshop are available so please sign up early to reserve your spot. To sign up, visit theworkshops page and check availability. If seats are available, send us an email (hello@philsquare.com) and provide your name, session time, and mention the November 5th workshop. Also, we will try to fill the 1pm session before opening up the 3:30pm session. Workshop located at Van Go Mobile Arts at 715 New Jersey.

Free basic web consulting

From 1 to 5pm, stop by the Lawrence Public Library to meet with the Lawrence, Kansas Philsquare team to talk about web development, design, implementing social media, domain and hosting services, podcasting, site content and more. Please keep in mind that time might be limited depending on the amount of attendees.

If you have any questions about the event, please email us at hello@philsquare.com. We hope to see our friends as well as former, current (and future!) clients because without you, we would not have this occasion to celebrate! Also, check out the image below showing Phil’s original notes for building the first version of the Philsquare website.