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Happy Holidays! This week’s top WordPress and web marketing links. Easy WP Guide, an online/downloadable handbook for using your WordPress site’s tools, has just come out with a fresh new updated version. Get it here. Collapsing Categories is a useful plugin if you have a lot of blog categories and subcategories. It will expand and […]

This week’s top WordPress and web marketing links. Okay, sorry – I know I haven’t been blogging weekly in a few months. It was an intensely crazy summer and fall with a lot of unplanned travel related to family, a broken arm and hand, a vacation, a sinus infection and bronchitis. And no paddle boarding. […]

This week’s top WordPress and web marketing links. Calendar plugins are a big and sometimes confusing topic – there are a lot of them. Some are free and some paid. How do you choose the best one for your particular job? This review of top calendar plugins for 2019 might help. It’s a little different […]

This week’s top WordPress and web marketing links. It’s a scary world out there. You know how when you login to your bank’s website, they’ll typically send you a code on your phone to make sure it’s you? That’s called 2-factor authentication (2FA) and did you know, you can have the same level of login […]

This week’s top WordPress and web marketing links. I’ve had WordPress clients tell me they don’t worry about security or backups because their site is “too small to hack.” I beg to differ. It’s small sites with owners who have poor security practices that are frequently the target of hacks because they are so easy […]

Depending on your host, you may have gotten a rude surprise recently when you tried to update WordPress and got this message: You cannot update because WordPress 5.2 requires PHP version 5.6.20 or higher. You are running version 5.6.3. That’s right. Unless you’re running the (extremely old and unsupported) PHP 5.6.20 or greater, you won’t […]

While rolling out our new WordPress Care Plans for Agencies program, I chatted with several local friends who own agencies themselves. They were kind enough to help fine-tune our offerings with questions and advice. Here’s what I heard most from them. You really get us! Being the owner of a WordPress agency myself, I do […]