A few years ago, engineers at Facebook went on a swashbuckling mission to rebuild the foundation of the world’s most populated social network struggling to sustain acceptable performance levels. PHP was all the rage a decade ago when Facebook was gaining steam and pursuing a global target audience.
Customer Relationship Management (or CRM) isn’t a new idea. Despite becoming popular in the 90s, some people still think of it as simply a glorified contact list. But CRM is so much more than that.
One of the things I love about WordPress is all the tools it gives you. Some of these are well known and much-used, like the options and meta APIs. Some are under-utilized, even though they provide great functionality which could make our lives so much easier. Today I’ll be looking at one of these, the HTTP API.
If you’re in the middle of a fundraiser, there are few better ways to reach a wide audience and raise more money with Internet crowdfunding. Thanks to certain WordPress plugins and themes, it’s now easier than ever to set up a crowdfunding website in almost no time at all.
As a charity, your website represents your home base – the location to which all other online ‘outposts’ (such as social media channels) ultimately send visitors. Its importance cannot be understated, which makes the question of which platform to build your website upon all the more significant.
I love myself a speedy website and do everything to help to speed up the web. Unfortunately, WordPress, just like any other CMS, can become bloated over time. It will drain your server’s resources which in turn will deliver your pages to visitors in a couple of seconds instead of less than a second.
These days, more people than ever before are heading online to find employment. Why not tap into the ever-growing online talent pool by turning your website into a fully functional job board? It’s the perfect way to hook-up those in need of talent with the people with skills to offer.
Looking for the right WordPress Q&A plugin to turn your blog or site into a Q&A powerhouse? Here’s an in-depth look at the 6 of the most popular Q&A WordPress plugins.
If you want your WordPress website to convert visitors to customers, then A/B testing your web page elements is essential. You should consider testing your page elements, not just the big items. That includes headlines, graphics, opt-in forms, the content, page layout, and anything that could potentially hinder your sales.
Here’s a list of 13 great WordPress download manager plugins (free and premium) that help you manage file downloads on WordPress.
WooCommerce is by far and away the most popular free ecommerce solution for WordPress. Here’s a comprehensive tutorial to setting up WooCommerce that investigates each and every one of the plugin’s nooks and crannies.
With over 200 million users, Instagram is one of the fastest growing social networks in the world. Utilizing this social network is as important for some bloggers as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. That is why it is so important to be able to connect Instagram to your WordPress blog.