Category: WordPress

WordPress   4 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 5.0
  • November 16, 2018
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The latest release of WordPress’ core is right around the corner, with version 5.0 scheduled for November 19th. It’s important to keep your WordPress site up to date in order to avoid security vulnerabilities. However, this release contains some big changes, so it’s also vital to be prepared. The best way to get ready for …

WordPress   3 Ways You Can Use CSS to Style Your WordPress Website
  • November 14, 2018
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Choosing a theme you like is an excellent way to quickly implement your desired look on your WordPress website. However, if you use a popular theme, your site could end up looking like many others. Therefore, it can be important to change up your theme, if you want to achieve a unique appearance. Fortunately, in …

WordPress   How to Evaluate Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps)
  • October 22, 2018
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WordPress plugins are incredibly useful tools, expanding what you can do with your website. However, installing the wrong plugin can be damaging, by breaking your site or opening it up to security risks. Therefore, it’s important to be savvy when deciding which plugins to use. Fortunately, there are ways to check plugins for potential problems beforehand, so …

Marketing   WordPress   How to Integrate Your WordPress Site with Buffer (In 5 Easy Steps)
  • October 19, 2018
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As a business owner, maintaining a social media presence is critical for growing your brand. However, posting every day can be quite time-consuming. Between Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, just sharing a blog entry once per day can take up to half an hour – time that busy entrepreneurs don’t have to spare. Fortunately, there’s a …

WordPress   Coming Soon Page: 3 Ways To Create One For Your WordPress Site
  • October 01, 2018
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Between design, copywriting, and organization, websites can take a long time to create and perfect. However, the best time to start spreading word of mouth about your new business is now, not later. Fortunately, there’s a straightforward solution: set up a Coming Soon page. Once you have your site’s domain name picked out and registered, …

Drupal   Joomla   Software   WordPress   How to Choose the Best Content Management System (CMS) for Your Website
  • September 28, 2018
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Building a website from scratch can be tedious, and requires a lot of technical know-how. In contrast, website builders are very simple to use, but don’t offer much flexibility. So how can you achieve the site you want without hiring an expensive web designer? Fortunately, there’s a middle option. Content Management Systems (CMSs) are frameworks designed …

WordPress   3 Easy Ways to Add Google Maps to Your WordPress Website
  • September 24, 2018
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Is your business’ website optimized for local searches? Local Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is crucial for helping nearby customers find your business. Not taking care with this aspect of your site can result in lost sales and conversions. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to improve local SEO by using Google Maps. In particular, businesses with …

WordPress   An Introduction to Yoast: A Top WordPress SEO Plugin
  • September 05, 2018
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is key for attracting visitors to your website. However, beginners and advanced users alike can find site optimization daunting. If not carried out properly, this can lead to traffic issues (e.g. not enough visitors) and even hurt your site’s credibility. The use of a dedicated SEO tool, such as Yoast SEO, …

WordPress   Should You Implement Pop-Ups on Your Website?
  • August 31, 2018
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If you spent much time online a few years back, you may remember that the web used to be a wild west full of rogue pop-ups on every page. Pop-ups used to be the stuff of nightmares, but they became (and remain) popular because they’re so effective. These days, pop-ups aren’t as common as they …

WordPress   What Is WordPress Multisite (And How Can It Help Your Business)?
  • August 15, 2018
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If your business requires more than one website, managing them all separately can be a lot of work. What’s more, it’s difficult to standardize branding and messaging between individual sites. It’s a lot easier if you can connect those sites, and manage them all from one place. Fortunately, you can do this easily with WordPress. …

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