More and more sites are moving to WordPress as their platform. We have long been WP users and all of our sites are built on it. The LouderVoice reviews system has always supported WordPress sites but we recently decided to make it even easier to deploy on them. The new LouderVoice Reviews plug-in is now […]
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Due to ongoing strong demand both in France and Canada, LouderVoice is now available fully localised to French. As with Spanish and Russian, this includes both the entire end-user experience and the review management back-end for businesses. Of course all of our powerful Social integrations work seamlessly in French too and provide the full 360 […]
Our development team have been hard at work this summer building a ton of new features for LouderVoice. The first fruits of their labour is the full front-end and back-end localisation of the service. We've always been internationalised but now our clients and their customers can use every part of LouderVoice in their own native […]
The Enterprise Ireland eBusiness Live Newsletter interviewed me about the value of capturing customer feedback, both positive and negative. Enjoy!
The power of Twitter to connect people has proven itself yet again. Ann Donnelly of O'Mahony Donnelly E-Business, down the road in Clonakilty, pointed us to an article by TMG Custom Media in Washington DC. A few tweets later and we were having an email exchange with Andrew Hanelly in TMG. The result is a […]
It's that time of the year again! LouderVoice has been at Le Web every year since 2006. Back then, it was just some ideas and a very basic Alpha, this time we are part of the Irish Pavilion. Enterprise Ireland has put together a unique Demozone at Le Web. 11 hot Irish start-ups including LouderVoice […]
Lots of very interesting headline stats about e-commerce over on the Econsultancy site. It appears that the prediction of the first online Christmas (50p in the £) by 2015 is well on its way to coming true. IMRG predicts that £6.4bn will be spent online in December 2010, up from £5.5bn last year. Total online […]