When to Get a New WordPress Theme

July 20, 2016 No Comments

Let’s talk about what makes your theme obsolete and when is the best moment to change it. By the time you read through this guide, you’ll have a better understanding of what to do with your seemingly outdated theme and when to get a new WordPress theme.

WordPress vs. SEO: The SEO Settings That Every New Blog Needs

July 6, 2016 No Comments

SEO is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle for new WordPress blogs. Without SEO, you leave a lot of money (or traffic) on the table, and you don’t take full advantage of the opportunities waiting for your site out there.

That being said, SEO is not the easiest of things to do, and it requires just as much deliberate practice as correct website setup, which will allow Google to find and index your blog.

How to Improve WordPress Typography

June 10, 2016 No Comments

The value of good website typography isn’t apparent right away. We tend to be much more design-focused than typography-focused when it comes to building our WordPress websites.

And while there’s nothing entirely wrong with that, maybe let’s take a moment to rethink what good WordPress typography can give us, and why we should spend some time working on it.

How to Integrate WordPress With Social Media

May 16, 2016 No Comments

Social media is now a must-have for all websites, regardless of the niche you’re in. But at the same time, having multiple social media plugins installed – all doing the same thing – is a poor choice for your WordPress site.

Child Themes in WordPress – How and Why Use Them

April 29, 2016 1 Comment

The whole point behind WordPress is to give people the power to build, modify, and tune up their own sites or blogs. This is something that, just a decade ago, you needed to hire a professional designer/developer for.

WordPress Backup Plugins: 5 Best Plugins Compared

April 19, 2016 4 Comments

Trust me, I speak from experience when I say that backups are your no.1 policy against hacker attacks, crashing servers, broken databases, and/or hosting companies locking you out of your account for whatever reason. Or, rather, not so much a “policy,” but a way for you to bring things back to normal, should anything bad ever happen.

How to Boost WordPress Security in 5 Steps or Less

April 6, 2016 No Comments

I’m sure you’ve read at least one of those WordPress security horror stories. You know, the ones where someone loses their entire website due to a hacker attack or some other obscure vulnerability that renders their server useless.

How to Move WordPress to a New Host

March 29, 2016

Be honest … moving WordPress to a new host is something none of us like to do. In most cases, it’s highly stressful, and there’s more than a handful of things that can go wrong. The result if they do? A site that has crashed, and a bunch of data that got lost along the way. Oh joy!