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Debunking 4 Myths on Shared IP vs Dedicated IP Addresses

In my last post, we continued our discussion about Shared and Dedicated IP addresses with a focus on business resources. We expanded on the initial post which introduced the technology and focused on the three core facets of Internet business required to stay relevant: stability, resource utilization, and reputation. In this final post of the […]

A Real-World Guide to Using Gutenberg

Gutenberg is the new post editor that will be published with WordPress version 5. Its name derives from Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the printing press. Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, and his team aim to simplify creating content with WordPress. To be fair, Gutenberg is not officially ready for using it on production systems […]

How To Improve Blog Posts So They Turn Readers Into Action Takers

Are you getting lots of website traffic but not lots of sales? Are people coming to your website, but not doing anything when they get there?  Yes? Ouch! You work way too hard to create valuable content that brings visitors to your website to have them leave without taking action. You need to turn blog […]

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, […]

Three Ways To Get Google Analytics Connected To Your WordPress Site

Google Analytics is a powerful analytics service that provides reports on website traffic, page views, bounce rate, referral sources, user behavior, website conversions and goals, and more. This information is critical to the growth and improvement of your website, your ongoing marketing strategy, and the expansion of your brand. Google Analytics is by far the […]

There Is No Special Color For WordPress Buttons That Gets Them Clicked

Every website owner, blogger, marketer, and WordPress website owner who is selling products, services, courses, or programs and building an email list cares about one thing: how to increase website conversion rates. As a result, you’ll find a huge number of blog posts, articles, and infographics touting “the best button color” and the “best call […]

Five Easy Ways To Quickly Brainstorm And Plan New Blog Posts

Every business owner I have ever built a WordPress website for loves the idea of a blog. They have heard that blogging is the fastest and easiest ways to increase website traffic, improve search engine rankings, build a big email list, gain expert positioning, and attract new clients—and they want to achieve all of that. […]

How To Decide If A WordPress Theme Provider Is Trustworthy

When you’re getting ready to create a new WordPress website, one of the most important things to find is a trustworthy WordPress theme that fits your business needs, is flexible and reliable, and isn’t going to haunt you later if/when problems arise. You also don’t want to spend hours searching for the best free WordPress […]

Pricing WordPress Projects Without A Clear Scope Of Work

In a perfect world, every potential website client who contacts you about a new WordPress project would know exactly what they need, have a clear scope of work with a requirements list, and understand the costs associated with their request. But perfectly educated clients are rarely reality because they don’t build websites or work with […]