Why WordPress Is #1

Why WordPress Is #1

Some clients don’t care how we build their sites, as long as we build them well. Others, however, know just enough to be dangerous – they want the details and some are even skeptical of WordPress. Worse yet, some uninformed folks erroneously think less of developers who use WordPress, even though it is the best CMS on the planet, bar Read More

Using Tags In WordPress

Using Tags In WordPress

Let’s Play Tag! One of the things that makes blogs and sites created on blog platforms so powerful is the ability to get your content and products indexed by search engines very quickly, and often highly ranking. Few things will help your business or site more than getting repeat traffic from people using search engines to look for exactly what you Read More

What You Need To Start A Website

What You Need To Start A Website

Why Have A Website? Question: Should your business have a website, even if that business is small and offers products or services you are not sure can be sold online? Our answer is the same today as it was in 1998: Yes – if you have a business, you should have a website. Period. No question. Without a doubt. Nowadays, there's very Read More

Privacy Policies & The GDPR

Privacy Policies & The GDPR

Over the last few months your inbox may have seen a noticeable increase of emails with titles like, “Important updates to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy” or “Improvements to our Privacy Policy and Privacy Controls” or “We’ve Updated Our Privacy Policy.” You may also have noticed a sudden flood of emails with similar subject lines and wondered why. Read More

WP 101 – Creating A New Post

WP 101 – Creating A New Post

Ready, Set... Post!!! For our clients who are just getting familiar with your website’s WordPress CMS (Content Management System), here's a great beginner video tutorial (desktop/laptop/tablet compatible) from our friends at iThemes for getting started with your first WP weblog post. Enjoy!     Notes From The Video To get started creating your first WordPress post, locate the Posts menu in the left-hand Read More

The WordPress Visual Editor

The WordPress Visual Editor

Using the WordPress Visual Editor Most WordPress users spend more time with WordPress visual editor writing posts than any other part of the admin area. WordPress visual editor allows you to create content in a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) environment. It is easy to use, but as a power user you can increase your productivity by learning Read More