Customer loyalty is what keeps them coming back to your website. Consistent and loyal customers are a great source of income for e-Commerce stores. Not only do they buy from you regularly, but also tell more people about you. To gain a loyal customer base, you need to earn their trust and deliver what they … Read more
When you move your mouse around the screen, it might seem like you’re moving quickly. But I promise you that no amount of quick mouse movement is as fast as tapping a few keys on your keyboard. That’s why WordPress keyboard shortcuts are the key to unlocking your productivity…if you’re willing to learn them. See … Read more
Thinking of changing WordPress themes? It’s something just about every WordPress user has done once in their WordPress career. In a way, it’s theme developers’ fault. They keep putting out so many amazing looking themes – it’s impossible for us not to get theme-envy and want to make a switch! Plus, WordPress makes it so … Read more
Quite often we hear about WordPress alternatives, but it’s hard to be sold on a website builder that goes up against WordPress. The Duda responsive Website Builder is another option in the growing field of content management systems and site builders, especially as developers are looking for quicker tools to help out clients. Duda seems to do … Read more
As a WordPress framework, it’s hard to debate the effectiveness and sleek child themes of Genesis from StudioPress. Genesis offers a starting point for developers, bloggers and regular business people who would like to construct more than the average website. Not only can developers make themes and completely unique websites from the framework, but the … Read more
A slow loading website is a death sentence to your online business. It might sound a little harsh, but it’s true. The moment a visitor lands on your site they’re making judgments and decisions about whether or not you should be trusted. And if you have a slow loading site, this is strike one against … Read more
Hosting can be a tricky business. You have dozens of options to choose from, all promising to be the best host for the job. Chances are after a lot of research you settled with your current host. But, not all hosts are created equal. Choosing a low-quality host will impact the level of service you’re … Read more
Are you freaking out about that giant “Error Establishing a Database Connection” message that shows up when you try to access your WordPress site? A bug that crashes your entire site is every WordPress website owner’s worst nightmare, that’s for sure. But while this specific error is drastic in its results (your whole site appears … Read more
You know the drill. WordPress comes out with a new update, then you hope and pray that it doesn’t damage anything on your site. You’ve worked hard on your blog, eCommerce or business site, so it feels a little frustrating that a little update could bring it all crashing down. Obviously, a site backup is … Read more
Struggling with how to add Facebook Pixel to WordPress? Just like adding Google Analytics tracking to WordPress, Facebook Pixel can throw you for a loop if you’re not super tech-savvy. But don’t worry – it’s really not all that difficult. And in this post, I’m going to show you exactly how to add Facebook Pixel … Read more
After stumbling upon the HTML to WordPress app, I began to wonder what the point of it was. Why? I had never had the need to convert an HTML site to WordPress. Most of my development has started with WordPress frameworks, so it didn’t make much sense to me. Why would you start with an … Read more
You already know the importance of having a WordPress site that loads incredibly fast and doesn’t crash when one of your posts goes viral. Plus, you want a site that has a high level of security and can easily scale. Your host will either support these goals or detract from them. If you’ve been thinking about switching hosts, then managed WordPress hosting has probably come up on your radar.
As a blogger I had never thought too much about my search bar, all lonely towards the middle of my sidebar. If customers need to find an article the default search bar should do just fine. That’s until I moved into the eCommerce market, realizing that search could be the difference between making a successful business and a flop. This goes for many industries, from social media sites to movie databases.