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This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Let’s start with something a bit unpleasant… Earlier this month it was reported that WooCommerce.com has dropped its customary 50% discount for renewals of its extensions. Instead, renewing customers will now be paying full price. This is likely to be especially irritating to customers who have set up […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. (Yep, I changed this series’ name because a friend pointed out that this weekly post shows up in social media on other days than Fridays). I’ve seen WordPress sites with just a couple of plugins run like a drunk turtle on a low-quality hosting environment. I’ve also seen sites […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Do you know what your customers want? If you hesitated before answering, here’s a post for you – learn 5 ways of figuring out what your customers want on your website. On-page SEO are those things that you have direct control over (like content you write and calls-to-action) […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. A big list of 37 essential WordPress plugins (I was surprised to find I only use about 6 of these regularly, but I have my own preferred plugins that are alternatives to most of the rest). If you’re running a WordPress membership site, here’s a scary word: taxes. This post […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. A few weeks ago I found a great plugin called User Switching. If you run a membership site or forum or other website with lots of users, you’ll love this. It allows you to switch between user accounts in a single click, so you can see what your […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. A roundup of the ‘best WordPress plugins’ ever. I agree with a few of them. Here’s another take on that theme: the ‘must-have WordPress plugins for 2015.’ Does your site use BuddyPress? Here’s a new plugin that forces your users to upload a photo or some kind of […]