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June 17, 2019

Why WordPress Remains The Best Choice For Your Next Website Project

While we’re 100% behind WordPress as the platform of choice for websites, blogs, membership sites, online courses, and eCommerce stores, we pay attention to what’s going on in the world of website platforms and content management systems. If you’re a freelancer, entrepreneur, business owner, or agency selling WordPress services or products, or you’re a WordPress […]

May 22, 2019

How Do WordPress Caching Plugins Work?

With loading speed being one of the crucial factors that make or break the success of a WordPress website, WordPress caching plugins are all over the place these days. There are free caching plugins and premium ones. Companies bombard us with their marketing, explaining why their WordPress caching plugin is the best one. Ever wonder: […]

May 08, 2019

5 Live Client Touchpoints You Need On Every WordPress Website Project

When outlining the web design and development process, almost all freelancers and agencies list the exact same steps for building a WordPress website: discovery, design, development, and deployment. It’s a great first start, but those four steps don’t cover the whole project. When planning a new WordPress project, my outline includes more of the project: […]

April 10, 2019

How To Add A Portfolio To Your WordPress Site With Great Photos Of Your Work

If you offer freelance creative services or run a client services agency, you’re going to need a portfolio. A portfolio is the foundation of a creative business. It showcases your work, demonstrates your skill and style, and shows prospective clients what you’re capable of. If you want to create a gorgeous online portfolio that will […]

December 05, 2018

Is Managed WordPress Hosting Right For Me?

It can be a bit overwhelming when it comes to choosing a web host for your websites needs, and even more so for a site using the ever popular WordPress CMS. When terms such as ‘managed’ and ‘unmanaged’ are being used, different bullet points will fall under each category. And when comparing host to host, […]

November 08, 2018

BlogVault and MalCare: Redefining WordPress Security with Founder Akshat Choudhary

The following article is with Akshat Choudhary, founder of BlogVault and MalCare, two leading security products in the WordPress Community. We sat down with him to find out more about his recent success with MalCare, how he did it, and what we can all learn from him about keeping our WordPress sites secure. Akshat, thanks […]

October 17, 2018

A Real-World Guide to Using Gutenberg

Gutenberg is the new post editor that will be published with WordPress version 5. Its name derives from Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the printing press. Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, and his team aim to simplify creating content with WordPress. To be fair, Gutenberg is not officially ready for using it on production systems […]

September 19, 2018

There Is No Special Color For WordPress Buttons That Gets Them Clicked

Every website owner, blogger, marketer, and WordPress website owner who is selling products, services, courses, or programs and building an email list cares about one thing: how to increase website conversion rates. As a result, you’ll find a huge number of blog posts, articles, and infographics touting “the best button color” and the “best call […]

August 30, 2018

Should You Turn Off WordPress Comments? Several Things To Consider

Whether you’re launching a new WordPress blog or managing an existing WordPress site, eventually you’re going to have to make a decision about comments: Are you going to enable comments or disable comments? WordPress began as a blogging platform and many WordPress blogs thrived for years with active and engaged communities who commented and fostered […]

August 29, 2018

How To Decide If A WordPress Theme Provider Is Trustworthy

When you’re getting ready to create a new WordPress website, one of the most important things to find is a trustworthy WordPress theme that fits your business needs, is flexible and reliable, and isn’t going to haunt you later if/when problems arise. You also don’t want to spend hours searching for the best free WordPress […]