The idea of doing any A/B test in WordPress is pretty straightforward in itself. Mainly, it’s about putting two alternative versions of “something” against each other, and checking which one delivers better “results.”
The essential moment of the truth when you’re running an e-commerce business are product pages. It’s more than just a final step of clicking on BUY button. You have to create relationships with your customers and offer them unique shopping experience. There are thousands of e-commerce websites out there. Successful business owners have one thing … Read More
Why optin forms in WordPress? Hold off on this one for a moment. Let’s start with the reason why you’d need an optin form on your site in the first place. That reason is email marketing. Email marketing has long been one of the most effective methods of marketing online. In other words, if you have an audience or a customer base, and you want to promote something towards them, you’re likely to get best results via email marketing.
An online portfolio is mostly content-oriented where the user has to take initiative to browse through the website. Your goal is to present your work clearly and encourage users to click around.
Light minimalist portfolios keep attention where it belongs: on the content. Portfolio sites are meant to show off some type of work be it art, design, writing, or anything else. But picking a great portfolio theme can be challenging. That’s why I’ve gathered this set of the best responsive WordPress portfolio themes with a slant … Read More
As WordPress developers, we’re always looking for ways to speed up our work flow and shorten development time. So we were super excited when someone told us that the developers at Nimbus Themes had created a set of WordPress Code Generators. This set of tools is not only a great way for experienced developers to … Read More
Why test WordPress site performance? Well, things like site speed are becoming increasingly more important each year, and maybe even each month.
Building WordPress sites can sure be fun, but only if you get to do so in a stress-free environment that allows you to experiment freely. Hence, the need to install WordPress locally.
The growth of Instagram is nothing but staggering. When Facebook acquired the company back in 2012 for an equally staggering $1 billion, critics loudly voiced their concerns that an app like that probably wouldn’t stay on the top for long, and that the investment might turn into Facebook’s worst.
WordPress plugins for bloggers may seem like an obvious topic, but that’s not always the case. The thing is that bloggers, content creators and writers can truly benefit from a set of some unique features and functionalities.