I’m constantly amazed by the things you can do with WordPress. And everyday, developers everywhere are working hard to expand its capabilities with comprehensive new plugins. Below are 13 of my favorite plugins…
Building and running a business is tough work. You’ve got looming deadlines, staffing needs, new business proposals, and financial management among other things. Thankfully, Monty Python can provide us with some insight…
This is a great infographic from Wordfence providing insight into hack attempts on your WordPress sites and why it’s important to maintain a security plugin.
When people hear information, they’re likely to remember only 10% of that information three days later. However, if a relevant image is paired with that same information, people retained 65% of the information three days later.
Photos are key to driving engagement on social media platforms. Not only is it important to pair the right photo with your message, but it’s also imperative that you size your images correctly. Poorly formatted or low quality images can hurt your message and damage your reputation. RevLocal has put together a great infographic to show you how to format your images across prominent social media networks in 2017.
“Fast, Good and Cheap” represents three facets of every project — schedule, quality and budget. Generally, the option of applying all three is considered impractical. Instead, the “Tyranny of OR” is applied: Fast and Good, OR Good and Cheap, OR Fast and Cheap. A company that wants something “Fast and Good” is going to pay a lot of money for it, OR “Good and Cheap” is going to wait longer for production, OR “Fast and Cheap” is going to lack a quality product.
If you’re spending all of this time writing and launching a landing page, don’t you think it would be worth a little extra time to make sure the only light of day it sees isn’t through a tab on your website, or through your selective email list? Keyword research, in its simplest form, is easy.