Either running a small blog or a profitable online business, managing your projects is of utmost priority in order to keep it organized and fruitful, and save yourself from being chaotic. Fortunately WordPress offers endless possibilities for that. By using a project management plugin, you’ll be able to keep on track of the deadlines and manage projects on schedule. Now I will review one of the most popular plugins for this purpose, and show you how to use it.
Designmodo continues producing nice plugins and themes for WordPress. After the recent success of their previous product, Startup Framework for WordPress, they’ve just released their brand new plugin, Qards. I’ve looked into the plugin’s usage and features, so I would like to share my experiences with you.
John James Jacoby (JJJ) launched a campaign on Indiegogo two days ago to raise money to fund his full-time work of six months on three sister projects of WordPress: BuddyPress, bbPress and GlotPress. The purpose of the campaign is to reach the goal of $50,000 that would make it possible for him to work on the aforementioned three projects.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems are being used more and more frequently by businesses who aim to strengthen and cultivate their client relationships. As the market is flooded by tons of goods, services and brands, customer service and care makes a huge difference between rivals. That’s the reason many online business rely on various CRM solutions to arrange their relationships and keep track of the communication flow.
One of the reasons for WordPress’s undiminished success might be that it’s for everyone. Really. More solutions are born day after day with the aim to improve user experience and facilitate the use of the platform. Now, it’s possible to set up a website without the need of knowing a line of code. Let’s explore one of the coolest ways of setting up a site with Designmodo’s Startup Framework for WordPress!
WordCamp Europe was held in Sofia, Bulgaria this year, on September 27-29. It’s been almost a week now and we can’t wait to see all the videos on WordPress TV!
Yes, another “content is king” post, probably the umpteenth you’ve seen today. Phrases such as content, quality content and content marketing are pretty much overused nowadays and most of the people don’t even click on the headline – this may be because the topic is always discussed only generally repeating the same old clichés: create high quality content, shareable content, engaging content and whatnot. High quality content shouldn’t be underlined at all, I mean, it is (or should be) evident.