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.
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.
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.
The web hosting industry is unfortunately full of fake reviews because affiliates will say anything to get you to sign up with one of their partners …
Recently our Stripe account (the one we use to process credit card payments) was shut down in the middle of the night without fair notice. We tried to reach support, or anyone at Stripe, with no luck. After deciding to write it down as a loss, look for a new partner and share our experience in a blog post they quickly reached out to us and did everything to win back our trust.
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.
We’ve been thinking about starting a blog series where we share our experiences about the early days of our hosting startup company. The hosting industry is infamous for not being transparent, that needs to change. Today we got the final push to do it when we received an email from Stripe, our credit card processing company, that we’re kicked out of their service, effective immediately. In the middle of the night. With no fair notice.
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.