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June 25, 2020

How Your WordPress Blog Can Benefit From Custom Taxonomies

While categories and tags work great for most sites, if you’re a content creator, chances are, you can do better. You can create custom taxonomies in WordPress that use terms relevant to what your blog is about.

June 16, 2020

What is WordCamp?

If you’ve never heard of  WordCamp before you might think it involves playing lots of Scrabble in tents in the woods. But WordCamps actually have nothing to do with camping & nothing specific to do with words or spelling. So, what is WordCamp? A WordCamp is (in non-pandemic times) an in-person gathering of WordPress fans […]

June 09, 2020

Choosing the Best Free WordPress Popup Plugin for Your Site

WordPress popup plugins are a must for savvy website owners who want to catch visitors’ attention quickly. Fortunately, popup plugins are also cheap or even free for users to install on their sites.  With the large selection of free WordPress popup plugins has to offer us, it can be hard to make the right choice. […]

June 02, 2020

The Basics of WordPress Automation Marketing

The basics of WordPress automation marketing

Have you ever felt stressed about the amount of time that tedious, repetitive marketing tasks require every single day? Trust me, you’re not alone.  Today, we want to give you the gift of two magical words: marketing automation. Whether you run a basic WordPress site or a full-fledged online brand, marketing automation will help streamline […]

May 27, 2020

Happy 17th Birthday WordPress

Today WordPress turns 17 years old. If you’ve been in web development a long time you’ll know that the only thing that stays the same is how fast things change.  Just since I started dabbling in web development in college all of these happened: We learned how to lay things out with HTML tables Then […]

May 12, 2020

How To Reduce The Amount Of WordPress Training Clients Require

At the end of every WordPress project, after the final website is launched into the world, there is one final task to complete: educating the client on how to use WordPress. The length and depth of the training depends on not only the client’s technical savvy and familiarity with WordPress, but also the complexity of […]

May 08, 2020

How to Become a Freelance WordPress Developer

WordPress for freelancing: how to become a freelance developer

With more than 35% of all websites using WordPress, you can tell it’s absolutely massive and is very much still growing. There is still a ton of room for good people to do good work and create a thriving business with WordPress. Today, we’re going to look into becoming a freelance WordPress developer. I’m going […]

January 27, 2020

7 Types of WordPress Sites That Are Easy to Set Up

When deciding what platform to build a website on, one of the more common questions is about what types of websites WordPress hosts. The answer? Anything! While you can do just about anything with a WordPress site, we wanted to focus on seven easy sites you can build without getting too in the weeds. 1. […]

January 08, 2020

What Prospective Clients Need Before Making The Decision To Hire An Agency

Imagine what business would be like if you didn’t have to pitch and sell, or seek out and convince new clients to hire you. Imagine how different your business would be if your pipeline was consistently full and potential clients said “yes” with excitement after only a conversation or two. It’s possible. Providing clients with […]

December 30, 2019

How to Use Google Tag Manager for Your Ecommerce Business

Historically, consumer use of ecommerce stores has been a mystery to merchants. Traffic sources, bounce rates, and others were the metrics of educated guesses and opinions. Today, however, powerful tracking tools like Google Tag Manager for WordPress have brought data to that mystery, answering questions with a level of certainty never seen before.  These tools […]