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business growth

BlogVault and MalCare: Redefining WordPress Security with Founder Akshat Choudhary

The following article is with Akshat Choudhary, founder of BlogVault and MalCare, two leading security products in the WordPress Community. We sat down with him to find out more about his recent success with MalCare, how he did it, and what we can all learn from him about keeping our WordPress sites secure. Akshat, thanks […]

How To Improve Cash Flow In Your WordPress Agency

In a small business cash is king and cash flow — the amount of money that comes and goes out of a business during a fixed period of time — makes the world go ‘round. And, in a WordPress design and development agency, cash flow is directly tied to getting paid on time by clients, […]

Growing Liquid Web’s Partners and Alliances with Darren Sepanek

I’m excited about joining Liquid Web as their new V.P. Partners and Strategic Alliances. I would like you to know why you should be excited too. Early in my career, I recognized the value of partnerships. It has fed my career path and I’ve enjoyed the successes that come from working together and delivering better […]

When is the Right Time to Add Affiliates to Your WooCommerce Store?

Getting traction on many stores is a hard thing. The “build it and they will come” idea just doesn’t hold up even to basic scrutiny. Many sites look at standard marketing like online ads and content marketing. A smaller number look towards adding affiliates to their store. Today, I’m going to walk you through what […]

How to Write a Compelling About Us Page for your Online Store

“Who are you?” The Who demanded in 1978. The question Pete Townshend asked (and Roger Daltrey roared out) is also on the minds of everyone who spends more than 10 seconds on your website. And you’d better be able to answer them because they really want to know. This is exactly why your website needs […]

Building a Dynamic Website that Accelerates Your Business

There’s a common belief that you can’t run a successful business without having a website. As this belief has taken over, the number of businesses with websites has increased every year and now about 71% of small businesses have a website, according to Clutch in 2017. However, there’s a nuance that is overlooked by many […]

How to Understand WordPress Gutenberg: Beyond an Editor

Gutenberg is a new visual editor rolling out to WordPress. But to truly understand WordPress Gutenberg, you need to know it’s also a lot more than that. WordPress Gutenberg is a block-based layout engine. But more than making things look pretty, Gutenberg really opens the door for new possibilities in WordPress. Wix and SquareSpace and […]

4 Questions to Figure Out If You’re Talking to the Buyer or a Gatekeeper

While it can be flattering to be asked to quote on a project, it can also be a huge waste of time. When I started freelancing, I’d send a proposal as long as I figured that the person requesting it had blood flowing through their veins. This meant losing almost every proposal I sent, because […]