Want to offer live chat to visitors on your WordPress site? If so, what better service to use than a company that is literally named LiveChat? In this review, I’ll be taking a look at LiveChat from the perspective of a WordPress site owner. While LiveChat is technically a standalone SaaS, they have their own WordPress plugin that makes it super simple to set your WordPress site up with LiveChat.
WordPress is the perfect solution for setting up your photography website. But to actually get the most out of your photography site, you’ll need the proper lineup of WordPress plugins. In this post, I’ll go into the best WordPress plugins for photographers. I’ll try to focus on only photography specific plugins. While basic SEO and speed optimization plugins are certainly important for photographers, those plugins are important for literally any WordPress site, so I will shunt them into a short “further reading” section at the end of this list.
Looking for a way to display stylish opt-in forms on your WordPress site…without shelling out $70+ for one of the premium plugins? In my OptinEngine review, I’ll be looking at a WordPress opt-in plugin that allows you to create a variety of stylish email opt-ins for free. And no, it doesn’t skimp out on targeting options!
What do you do when you’re launching a new site or working on an existing one? Did you install a third-party plugin to let you create coming soon or maintenance pages? Or do you just…not put up anything at all because it’s too much trouble to go through setting up dedicated maintenance and coming soon pages?
WooCommerce is a popular shopping cart plugin for WordPress, and it’s one of the most popular plugins available with over 23 million downloads as of April 2017. It’s even helped WordPress become one of the globe’s most widely used ecommerce platforms, but like all platforms, it does have its limitations. This includes the ability to use … Read more
Want to create a mobile app for your WordPress site? The idea has always sounded cool to me. But…I have zero idea how to code a native mobile app. Heck, I can barely hack my way around WordPress. And if you’re an average WordPress user, I’m guessing that you find yourself in much the same situation as I do.