Web Publishing Consultant

  • Joomla CMS 1.0 to 3.0
  • Joomla Development, Design & Management
  • Print to Web Multi-Channel Strategy
  • SEO Development & Management
  • eNewsletter Development / AWeber / Constant Contact / MailChimp
  • Blogging & Micro-blogging Strategy
  • Community Development / JomSocial
  • Social Media Integration / Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn
  • Video Editing / Final Cut
  • eCommerce & Online Subscription
  • Landing Page Integration
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Get to Know Me

ed_chicagoWelcome and thanks for visiting my "blogfolio."

I'm a Agent of Change, Consultant, Writer, Web Publisher-Architect-Developer-Designer, Project Manager, Neo Marketer, SEO phile, Social Media Masher, Joomla CMS Wonk, Open Source Pusher, MacAddict, who believes in publishing for the greater good, and in the continuing power of the web community to change the world for the better.

Read more about me...but it's really not that interestingCheck out My Portfolio of Web Work, but only if you're really bored. Contact me at ed@edeusebio.com or use my ultra spam-blocking contact form, if you're into that sort of thing.

Web Publishing, Development, Design:

  • POST/CALL Scripts
  • Joomla CMS 1.0 - 3.0
  • Dreamweaver
  • Fireworks
  • Photoshop
  • Final Cut Pro Video Editing
  • API integration

Consulting on and executing strategies for:

  • SEO - Google page 1 results
  • Neo web marketing & publishing strategies

Joomla CMS configuration, customization and maintenance (from 1.0 to 3.0):

  • JomSocial
  • Community Builder
  • Alpha User Points
  • JX Finder
  • JX Labels
  • HikaShop
  • DocMan
  • Akeeba (backup, and cron job)
  • AEC
  • JForms
  • RSForms Pro
  • ChronoForms
  • Jumi (HTML, PHP, Javascript management)
  • ReDJ (URlL redirection)
  • XMap
  • Open Inviter / Recommend Friends
  • Kuneri Mobile Joomla
  • RokCandy
  • JCE Editor
  • JCK Editor

Web Photography & Video:

  • 3-5+ Point Studio / Video Lighting
  • Image manipulation and editing
  • Indie Film Lighting
  • Video / Indie Film Sound Capture
    • Zoom H4n & H2
    • Sony Nex-5: 1080 HD
    • Shotgun mic with dead cat

Copyright © 2008-2015 Eduardo Eusebio, writer, web publisher, marketer. All Rights Reserved. (773) 220-3563, Chicagoland, Des Plaines, IL 60018

Short Fiction


My short story was published in The Chicago Reader, a leading alternative weekly with a circulation of 120,000.

How fast is your broadband service? : Go to this free site to check your internet connection speed PDF Print E-mail
Ed Eusebio Blog - Social Media
Written by Ed Eusebio   
Monday, 02 February 2009 14:58
Go to this free site to check out your broadband service speeds, http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest?flash=1t. You don't even need to register or give them your email. I've actually been using this since the late 90's to check out my internet connection speeds, and it's pretty reliable. Flash is required for these free tests.  There are other testing tools on this site for testing your web services, but they require membership and credits.
10 Great (and Free) Mac OSX Programs You'll Use Every Day: Especially if you're a web publisher/developer PDF Print E-mail
Ed Eusebio Blog - Web Development
Written by Ed Eusebio   
Tuesday, 27 January 2009 21:19

OK, so I enjoy not paying licences to "the man" for buggy software, when I can use Open Source, Freeware or Shareware for the price of a voluntary donation.   These are my personal free software favorites that I use almost daily.  Enjoy!

  • NeoOffice is a great office suite, that includes: word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, drawing and database. I use it regularly and havent' found a reason to crack open my MS products, because it can import and export into MS formats.
  • Gimp is as powerful as Adobe Photoshop (with similar interfaces, but also as complex to learn and master). 
Q: Do I have to buy my domain and hosting from the same company? PDF Print E-mail
Ed Eusebio Blog - Web Hosting
Written by Ed Eusebio   
Friday, 23 January 2009 14:17

I was asked this question today, and I realized that some of you might find the answer interesting.

Fire Your Old School Dreamweaver Developer: Because your Marketing 1.0 site is irrelevant and sad PDF Print E-mail
Ed Eusebio Blog - Web Development
Written by Ed Eusebio   
Friday, 16 January 2009 00:00

Your old school developer's Dreamweaver and HTML coding skills are so ass-backward in this era of shockingly powerful web applications, that your old school (uni-directional, broadcasting) marketing site is worse than defunct.  It's irrelevant. Why? Because it's not part of the conversation that new social media marketing requires.

SugarCRM: Where's that elusive email retrieval setting? PDF Print E-mail
Ed Eusebio Blog - CRM / SFA
Written by Ed Eusebio   
Friday, 09 January 2009 14:21

OK, so I'm probably slower than most. And I don't like to be dragged through online tutorials and FAQ sections, only to waste my time.  I'm the sort who likes to jump in with both feet and figure out something I don't understand.

So it took me forever to figure out where the SugarCRM setting is for timing automatic email retrievals.  My web development, hosting, SEO/SEM company XmediaServices.com is now using the Open Source version of SugarCRM, to pull together our distributed workforce.  Also to be able to better serve our customers looking for a good and cost-effective Open Source CRM. It's working pretty well, and its nice to have all the records and docs we need in one place.

So for those of you SugarCRM users tired of manually clicking the "get mail" button, it's located under settings (when you have the mail window open).  As you can see, I have mine set at 5 min. intervals. Impatient I guess.


FYI: I made this screen shot, with the fancy red arrow using image capture, sizing and commenting program Skitch.  It was about 100% easier than using Adobe Fireworks!  It's on a free "public beta" right now. But I would actually pay for it, because it saves me that much time, and bizarrely enough, it's fun to use. And no they didn't pay me to say that. Though I wish they would.

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