google analytics alternative

5 Google Analytics Alternatives for WordPress

Interested in a Google Analytics alternative for your WordPress site? Google Analytics is generally most webmasters’ go-to tool when it comes to website analytics. But

Setka Editor

Setka Editor Review: A Unique WordPress Post Builder

Want to create more beautiful WordPress content? That’s a pretty easy question to answer, right? We have plenty of awesome page builders for heavy-duty page building. But what about a lightweight tool for beautifying regular ‘ole post content? That is, what about a “page builder for posts”? That’s how Setka Editor, the plugin I’m reviewing today, is branded.

analytify review

Analytify Review: Instantly Making Google Analytics Cool

Analytics get boring. Maybe that’s the reason so many businesses and bloggers stop using them after a few weeks or months. Personally, I can’t stand the monotony of stats, but I do force myself to go through website and email newsletter analytics every week.

LiveChat Review

LiveChat Review: Easily Add Live Chat to Your WordPress Site

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.

wpalter review

WpAlter Review – White Label the WordPress Dashboard

If you need to customize or white label the WordPress dashboard, you’ve found your way to the right post. In my WpAlter review, I’ll be digging into all the ways in which this affordable plugin can help you customize the WordPress dashboard.

optinengine review

OptinEngine Review: Create Targeted Opt-in Forms For Free

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!

coming soon pages

How To Use the New Elementor Coming Soon and Maintenance Modes

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?