F/V Cornelia Marie, one of the fishing vessels featured on Discovery’s Deadliest Catch, was relaunched on Tuesday with a brand new WordPress powered website built by WebDevStudios.com!
We had a great time working with Morgan Howard to create the new CorneliaMarie.com website. The website was built using the popular WooTheme: Papercut. As with any website we build, we don’t just launch a premium theme, we customize that theme to make it unique to you and your brand.
The Cornelia Marie website also features Facebook Connect integration, allowings visitors to connect their Facebook account to CorneliaMarie.com. This pulls in the users profile image and information from Facebook and displays on comments and other various places on the website.
CorneliaMarie.com also utilizes the popular ad management plugin OIO Publisher. This gives them the ability to fully automate their website banner ad system, making it extremely easy for advertisers to upload banners, links, alt text, etc and even pay via PayPal. OIO Publisher also offers detailed stats for advertisers to see what they are paying for.
Deadliest Catch season 5 premiered last Tuesday and new episodes can be seen every Tuesday at 9pm EST. Be sure to catch Captain Phil and the entire Cornelia Marie crew in action, and also visit CorneliaMarie.com to join the fun!
7 thoughts on “Deadliest Catch Cornelia Marie Relaunches with WordPress”
Wow, looks great
Like ur guys boat keep up the good work.
great shows…i recently watch deadliest catch online here
I was a crewmember on the “America No. 1” out of Seattle and Dutch Harbor in 1993. The header on your site for the Cornelia Marie brought it all back. Those roller coaster waves in the Bering Sea were very cool as long as the guy driving was stoked and confidant and the engine was hot. Nice website guys, the header file sets the tone perfectly. I’d probably give them one of the dofollow plugins to encourage a little more blog posting. Regards –
Hey would you mind sharing which blog platform you’re working with? I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m having a hard time making a decision between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because your design and style seems different then most blogs and I’m looking for something completely
unique. P.S Sorry for being off-topic but I had to
All of our sites are built on WordPress. We work with each of our clients to create custom theme designs that reflect exactly what they are looking for in a website!