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How The Red Headed Hostess Trusts Mode Effect to Help Dramatically Scale WooCommerce

Tyson Foster, partner of The Red Headed Hostess with his wife Shannon, were seeking a website development partner who specialized in e-commerce – specifically the e-commerce platform WooCommerce made for WordPress websites.   “As our company grew, our current vendor could not serve us very well anymore,” said Foster. “There were constant issues, breaks and…

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Building a SaaS WooCommerce product to benefit Enterprise customers

CompTIA, a technology industry trade association, recently announced the launch and availability of the new InfoTech Law Advocates (ITLA) Legal Help Desk available at The online product is marketed and offered as a member benefit to CompTIA’s membership at a heavily discounted rate. Cody Landefeldco-founder at Mode Effect. ECommerce consultant. Coram deo.More Posts -…

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Building a WordPress Website that Appeals to and Inspires Native Youth

UNITY– a Mesa, Arizona-based national non-profit whose mission is to foster the spiritual, mental, physical and social development of American Indian and Alaska Native youth – needed a new WordPress website that appealed to their youth market and was mobile friendly. UNITY stands for United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. Cody Landefeldco-founder at Mode Effect.…

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