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What are the Five Best WordPress Photo Gallery Plugins?

Whether you’re a travel blogger, food blogger or fashion blogger showing off vacation spots, delicious meals, and outfit choices, or you’re a photographer, destination, or retail shop highlighting your brand experience, at some point you’re going need to add a gallery of photos or several photo galleries to your WordPress website. And, because you know […]

12 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting A Blog

There’s a reason people always say “hindsight is 20/20.” It’s much easier, when you have more experience, to look back and see what you could have done differently or better. Blogging is no different. Every seasoned blogger, now that they have more experience and education, has a laundry list of things they wish they would […]

8 Ways To Collect Donations On Your WordPress Blog

Whether you’re a non-profit, charity, NGO, club, or other organization that needs to raise money, you need to be able to collect and manage donations on your WordPress website. With that in mind, here is a list of 8 WordPress plugins you can use to accept donations and manage donors. 8 WordPress Plugins to Accept […]

How a Multi-Vendor Marketplace Helps You Start Making Money Without Physical Products

Why are so many aspiring entrepreneurs investigating business models like dropshipping and multi-vendor markets as options for opening online stores? Convenience. As the owner of a multi-vendor marketplace, you can make money selling products without touching a single piece of inventory, without packing a single box. It seems too good to be true, but sites […]

Where is the Best Place to Put Social Media Links on Your WordPress Website?

When social media was first taking off and business owners figured out they could build a social media following by promoting their social networks on their WordPress websites, social media links, icons, and buttons were stuck in the header, the navigation, the sidebar, the footer, and even in the content. But social media has grown […]

Coding Your First WordPress Gutenberg Block

The new WordPress editor Gutenberg marks a big shift away from the TinyMCE editor towards a WYSIWYG way of building pages and writing posts. While there are many 3rd-party page builder plugins already, WordPress version 5.0 has made Gutenberg the new default editor. In today’s article, I’m going to explain how you, as a developer, […]