Maximizing Your Business Website

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. You’ve got a great-looking business website full of useful, high-quality content. What else can you do to enhance your site’s credibility? Try using these trustmarks to make your customers more confident in using your site. They include things like security seals from payment processors; using HTTPS for added security; […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Is your WordPress site looking a bit cluttered? WordPress makes it easy to add lots of different kinds of content – but at some point, enough is enough (besides being harder to comprehend, too much stuff can impact performance). Here’s a quick guide for decluttering your WordPress site, […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. To slide or not to slide? The poor slideshow has taken a beating from web designers in the last few years as being too big, too distracting, and a waste of space, but some of us still believe that they have their place in certain circumstances. Here’s a […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Looking for a way to run a contest from your WordPress site? Here’s a review of 10 competition plugins that will help you do that – from photo and video contests to polls and surveys. If you’re a WooCommerce store owner and also a fan of Square, you’ll […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. If you’re new to Google Analytics and not sure how to use it or even what you should be looking for, here’s a good introduction. See 6 things that Google Analytics can tell you about your WordPress site. Self-hosted WordPress is free! That’s one reason that peaks the […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Yesterday I was researching calendar plugins for a client project – there are a lot of them out there. This guide to WordPress event and calendar plugins was one of the better resources I found. What did I use? I wound up going with All-in-one Event Calendar. The […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Writing and formatting in WordPress is pretty easy but not always very intuitive. Ever think of trying Markdown? It’s a way of simplifying your formatting when writing in the text editor. For example, if you normally work in text and type <h2> tags to make a level two […]

Need to add reviews to a site that are specialized – like reviews for a service or product – but not using a shopping cart that will make it easy for you? No worries – you can create a form for visitors to add reviews for just about anything, and display them throughout your site. […]

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