New EGAN Medical Supply Blog Powered by WordPress
October 1, 2013 Leave a comment
EGAN Medical Supply Launches New WP-Powered Blog
In this day and age, a company not only needs its own blog, it needs it’s own blog at its own self-hosted domain name.
EGAN Medical Supply has launched a new, self-hosted weblog which, like the blog you are reading, is being powered by the amazingly simply yet powerful WordPress platform.
WordPress was chosen as the content management system and blogging platform for EGAN Medical’s first-ever standalone weblog in the history of the company because like EGAN Medical Supply, WordPress is extremely powerful, incredibly resourceful and astonishingly affordable (it’s free). EGAN Medical CEO Peter Egan said that these factors combined with WordPress’ ease-of-use among experts and novices alike was a factor in the decision, as was the parallel which was drawn between thee open source software/blogging platform and the medical equipment and supply company based along the Gulf Coast but which conducts commerce globally in terms of their simplicity, affordability and outright superiority over the pretenders — those sites which make claims similar to those for which EGAN Medical is known not for making but delivering on — but which are priced through the roof and whose staff know little-to-nothing about the products themselves.
As for how EGAN intends to use the blog relative to its three existing ones spread across the web’s most popular blogging sites, while no definitive answers were given, the company owner did imply when asked that this new blog will serve as the official one documenting news and updates about the company and products, while the remaining three will be used to keep customers engaged with special promotions exclusive to each particular blog or platform, much like EGAN already does with its social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.
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