RECENT AND CURRENT PROJECTS

The Gears are Working

These are some of the recent and current projects that eCOG Media LLC has worked with. Below are various examples of web design, custom PHP programming to hosting and website maintenance. Click on the images below to find out more about the projects or view the client’s website. If you have any questions about these projects please contact me or find out what eCOG Media LLC can do for you.

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Recent and Current Projects

Camilita Nuttall

Camilita Nuttall website build was while I was working as an independent contractor with Commit Agency, the design was created by Commit and I was hired to build out the website layout and functions using WordPress. The website build has several layers of custom

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Military Assistance Mission

Military Assistance Mission contacted eCOG Media about an issue they were having with their current host WP Engine and that their site was too large for their account and needed to find out what the issue was. They were not happy with their current host and decided…

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Riviera Broadcasting

Working with Riviera Broadcasting and their 3 radio station websites 95.1 & 94.9 The Oasis (KOAI), Hot 97.5/103.9 (KMVA) and Power 98.3 & 96.1 (KKFR) to improve performance and website updates. The 3 sites are WordPress installations running on the AWS hosting…

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Telluride Area Homes

Telluride Area Homes, in partnership with ITZonTarget, is a WordPress site that was previously designed and built. eCOG Media is now providing support for the website and improving the SEO and website optimization to help with its placement on the search engines…

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My News Mesa

eCOG Media provides support for My News Mesa and their Mesa Business Directory; both sites run on the WordPress platform with two different theme installations. In a working partnership with My News Mesa we work with them to continually monitor and improve the site…

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The Watershed

The Watershed was a transfer from 1013 Communications when they were bought out by Clipper Magazine. Now eCOG Media hosts and maintains their site and provides continues updates to their site including keeping their WordPress plugins and core files up to day. We…

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Action Consultants Therapy

Action Consultants Therapy was a transfer from 1013 Communications when they were bought out by Clipper Magazine. Now eCOG Media hosts and maintains their site and provides continues updates to their site including keeping their WordPress plugins and core files up…

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Caring Minds Treatment Centers

Caring Minds Treatment Centers was a transfer from 1013 Communications when they were bought out by Clipper Magazine. Now eCOG Media hosts and maintains their site and provides continues updates to their site including keeping their WordPress plugins and core files…

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Michaels and Associates Insurance Services

Michaels and Associates Insurance Services was a transfer from 1013 Compunctions after they were bought out by Clipper Magazine. They were using an old static HTML site that needed to be update to a new responsive layout; they were built in the WordPress structure…

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CGTV

CGTV is a WordPress site which I was contracted to build a custom form based on a template that they liked on another site. The site uses Gravity Forms which allows for limited CSS styling and their existing them had limitations in its control. A new custom page…

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Arizona Golfer News

Arizona Golfer News was a custom built PHP site with an e-book version for their magazine which was hosted with 1013 Communications. They contacted me to move their website and to configure the PHP scripts to work on the new host. Arizona Golfer in addition to the…

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YMCA Pueblo Corporate Cup

The YMCA Pueblo Corporate Cup event is an annual event that is one of their largest revenue generators; this event while profitable was always a choir for them to handle manually each year. This PHP and MySQL tool that I built for them allowed them to more…

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