Having worked with WordPress for over 8 years and delivering WordPress training to many businesses and individuals I’ve developed a checklist and process to streamline and create the best first stage WordPress set up for every WordPress website I create. Find out the mistakes to avoid.
What is a ‘sticky post’ I hear you say? By default, your blog posts on WordPress are chronological, date-driven with the latest at the top. In some instances, you may need a particular post to feature first. Find out how.
Find out who’s visiting your website and start a conversation. One of the top performing marketing strategies is email marketing. If you are doing this or planning on doing email marketing you need to start building a list. Here are a few ways to add this feature.
You’re on WordPress.com and you need additional features and functionality. Moving to your own hosted website can seem daunting. Read here a short overview on how to move from the .com to a self-hosted WordPress website.
WordPress is built for blogging. It is one of the most widely used blogging platform for business. Blogging takes time and resources, so here are 5 tips to help you make the most of blogging with your WordPress website.
I’m asked this question more and more. Should I change my WordPress website to HTTPS from HTTP? Do I need to do it now?
As always with websites and digital, some technical aspects need to be considered, however. Here are my thoughts on business impact and actions you need to plan for.