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  • scottmcmillan 12:41 pm on September 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Inspiring

    Code Poet

    Albert Opoku is a co-founder of Hapaweb Solutions, a web agency in Kumasi, Ghana. Hapaweb focuses on website design, online marketing, and strategy. In addition to their paid client work, they show a commitment to their community through giving back and supporting IT education and making resources available to local schools and organizations. Albert and his team have seen big accomplishments, have even bigger ambitions, and a lot of drive. (Above, left to right—Ben, Alice, Albert, Lilian)

    How did Hapaweb Solutions get its start?

    Hapaweb was an accidental startup. I learned about blogging around June, 2009 and created my own self-hosted blog in August 2009 using WordPress. Having fell in love with blogging, I created a blog for my friend Dr. Sodzi who loves to write.

    A year later, a former lecturer, Professor Addae, needed a website, so I landed my first freelance job. After finishing the site, I found out…

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  • scottmcmillan 9:11 am on June 28, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    wish this was available in jetpack

    The WordPress.com Blog

    Have you ever come across a blog post that you enjoyed so much you wanted to easily share it with the readers of your own blog? Sure, you can copy and paste the link and perhaps even a snippet of text with your own comments, but overall it’s not a particularly enjoyable experience. We wanted to change this and make sharing other posts with your readers as easy as posting to your blog.

    Today we’re introducing a new like and reblog feature enabled across the whole of WordPress.com. When you’re logged in to WordPress.com and viewing a post you’ll notice a new link in the admin bar at the top of the page. If you really enjoyed the post then you can click the “Like” link to signify this. This will then show the author how many readers liked the post.

    You Like ThisOnce you’ve liked the post, the link will…

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