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How to Take Your WooCommerce Site Mobile

Mobile ecommerce ranges from excellent to so frustrating that throwing your device away seems like the best option to end your shopping experience. Today we’re going to look at why you need to take your ecommerce mobile process seriously. Then we’ll take a look at best practices for building a good mobile experience.

Agency Matters: Preparing Your Ecommerce Clients for Black Friday

Holiday sales events are right around the corner and if 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we need to be ready for anything. This year ecommerce sales have blown projections out of the water, and even in an unstable economic climate, the holiday shopping season is anyone’s guess. Our advice? Read on to find out…

What is server time/UTC time

What is Server Time/UTC Time?

Generally speaking, you don’t have to know what UTC time is. But when you run into an application not working correctly, you’ll have to dig in and see where a time is set incorrectly. We’re going to show you how.

The Top 5 SEO Plugins for WordPress Compared

The Top 5 SEO Plugins for WordPress Compared

Whether your WordPress website is a personal blog, ecommerce store, or hosting website, choosing the right SEO plugin shouldn’t be ignored. In this post, we’re comparing the top SEO plugins for WordPress, so you can learn how to best optimize your site for search engines.

What Automatic Plugin and Theme Updates Mean for Managed WordPress Hosting

What Automatic Plugin and Theme Updates Mean for Managed WordPress Hosting

As you may have heard, WordPress 5.5 introduces a User Interface (UI) for toggling automatic plugin and theme updates. The underlying functionality has actually existed in WordPress since automatic core updates were introduced way back in WordPress 3.7, but for the first time WordPress core is shipping with a user interface for controlling what gets updated.