A Little Spring (Fall?) Cleaning

August 12th, 2012 by Curtiss Grymala
Used with permission from http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1193877/

In the beginning, we set up a WordPress website to act as our public-facing site for Ten-321 Enterprises. As somewhat of an experiment, we set it up as a multisite installation, even though the main Ten-321 website was initially the only site in the network.

As WordPress projects came along, though, we would add a new site to the network and do all of our development (plugins, custom themes, etc.) in that new site on the Ten-321 network. At first, this was no big issue. However, over time, we’ve been slowly adding and adding to our main network; and it started to become a bit unwieldy after a while. Read the rest of this entry »

What do we mean by “affordable”?

February 1st, 2011 by Curtiss Grymala
Coin Stack

As you may or may not have noticed, one of the principles we stress at Ten-321 Enterprises is affordability. Since the beginning, our tagline has been “Making it affordable to have a presence on the Web.” But, what exactly do we mean when we say that?

Are we implying that our services cost less than those of our competitors? Yes and no. A lot of that depends on who you qualify as our competitors. Ten-321 Enterprises is not the least expensive (financially) company you’ll find on the Web; but we do offer the best value for your money. Read the rest of this entry »


August 12th, 2010 by Curtiss Grymala
Twitoaster Logo

This is the first in what I plan to be a series of posts about the software, applications and plug-ins we use in the back-end of our website and our clients’ websites. For tonight’s post, I wanted to briefly share about one of the WordPress plug-ins installed here on our website and a few of our clients’ sites.

That WordPress plug-in is called Twitoaster, and what it does is pretty simple. First of all, it allows you to automatically send a tweet whenever you publish a new WordPress post or page. That’s cool enough on its own, but the really cool thing Twitoaster does is to keep track of when and where your posts are mentioned and/or retweeted on Twitter. Then, it adds those tweets as new comments on the blog post. Read the rest of this entry »

Our Web Host

August 1st, 2010 by Curtiss Grymala

Site5 LogoDisclosure: The links to Site5 contained within this post are affiliate links, so we do receive compensation if you purchase and maintain a hosting account for more than 90 days through one of those links. However, the review below reflects our genuine feelings about Site5 as a Web hosting company.

Here at Ten-321 Enterprises, we are very proud to share the fact that we use Site5 to host our website and many of our clients’ websites. We have had hosting accounts with Site5 for a little more than two years at this point, and have had very few issues. What’s more, every time we have encountered an issue, the customer and technical support teams at Site5 have been extremely helpful and responsive. Read the rest of this entry »