Tommy Landry — June 25, 2018 Follow @tommy_landry— June 25, 2018 It’s no secret to clients and colleague alike…I’m a huge fan of WordPress for a variety of reasons (ease of use, extensibility, frequency of security updates, etc.). One of its huge strengths is the availability of a large number of themes. Yet, I regularly … Continue reading 6 Reasons NOT To Buy a Custom WordPress Theme
Susan Gilbert — June 13, 2018 Follow @SusanGilbert — June 13, 2018 Read This Before You Update Your Website to WordPress 5.0 WordPress has been the top platform to have a self-hosted a mobile-ready website that can be fully customized from thousands of different themes and plugins. Since 2003 there have been numerous updates and … Continue reading How to Get Your Website Ready For WordPress 5.0 Update
Jason Davis — May 22, 2018 I’m sure you’ve seen the news or alerts about GDPR compliance about data privacy. If you are using the web you’ve seen those notifications about cookies appearing on your favorite websites. If you are a business that operates in the United States, and has a website that can get … Continue reading GDPR Compliance & Your WordPress Website
Barry Roos — May 19, 2018 Follow @roosites — May 19, 2018 I am a big believer in WordPress and use it for 95%+ of my client websites. They are constantly upgrading the CMS and at this point, I wouldn’t consider using any other software. But, as with most things in life, there are some … Continue reading Standardizing WordPress Theme Updates
Jason Davis — May 9, 2018 Follow @weareelement502— May 9, 2018 Before you think that it’s cheaper to use WordPress.com, you may want to keep reading as the WordPress.com platform may not be the best for a business, but only ideal for a blogger. Average businesses will cost between $ 3,000 and $ 15,000. If … Continue reading Cost Of A Custom WordPress Website
Kris Spisak — April 12, 2018 Follow @MidloWeb — April 12, 2018 With so many choices between open source and proprietary solutions for building your website, why would a business choose Hubspot over WordPress or other content management system (CMS) options? It’s a great question, and with the popularity of Hubspot’s marketing software, it’s worth … Continue reading How Does the Hubspot CMS Differ From WordPress?
Barry Roos — April 9, 2018 Follow @roosites — April 9, 2018 One of the main thing people want from a WordPress website is the ability to do things themselves. A noble goal, yes. But does it always make sense? No, not in practice. Case in point: To manage a WordPress website requires: Keeping WordPress … Continue reading WordPress: Because You Can Do It Yourself Does Not Mean You Should
Syed Balkhi — March 26, 2018 Follow @SyedBalkhi — March 26, 2018 Wouldn’t it be great if you could automate tedious marketing tasks and save your valuable time? By using the right automation tools, you can avoid boring repetitive tasks while spending more time on what matters to your business. Now don’t worry if you’re … Continue reading 5 Free Automation Tools for WordPress to Improve Your Online Marketing
Eric Rosenberg — November 28, 2017 — November 28, 2017 27707 / Pixabay If you want to run a successful business in the 2010s and beyond, you need a website. It doesn’t matter if you are a solo online entrepreneur or run a large network of brick-and-mortar stores, you need an online presence. Many business … Continue reading How to Build a Basic WordPress Site in 5 Minutes
Eric Rosenberg — November 16, 2017 — November 16, 2017 If you are looking to build a website, you have lots of options. Two of the most popular options to build a website today are WordPress and SquareSpace. WordPress powers about a quarter of all websites on the entire internet, which is pretty incredible considering … Continue reading WordPress or SquareSpace: What’s Right for Your Business?