Business

What Makes a Good WordPress Contact Page? Breaking It Down

The contact page is a critical part of every WordPress site. Sure, you could place social media links in a top sticky bar, include a live chat down below, and embed a contact form on relevant pages. But visitors know that, if there is a means by which you can reach the company in person or in the digital space, that information can be found there. Contact pages aren’t just a...

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50 Goals You Need to Have for Your WordPress Business Right Now

I’ve talked before about how to start a kickass WordPress business. You follow those eight steps, get all your matters in order, and then launch. Seems relatively simple, right? And if you’re here, then you’ve likely already gone through the process, or are in the middle of doing so. But what do you do after your WordPress business has launched? You have clients pouring in. You’re starting to build a steady...

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How to Grow a WordPress Site: Run It Like a Business

When you think about the best way to manage your WordPress site, your first thought probably goes to the three S’s: security, speed, and SEO. While these are essential parts of maintaining and managing the outward appearance of a WordPress site, there is a lot more you should be aware of behind the scenes in order to effectively manage your site. This goes for your own WordPress business’s site as well...

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20 Tips for Scaling a WordPress Site When Traffic Soars

You never know what might trigger a spike in traffic. And, not only a temporary surge, but a steady flow of higher-than-usual volumes of traffic. For a blog or news site, a post gone viral could do it. For an e-commerce site, it could be a rave review from a reputable product review site or a celebrity endorsement. For a business website, perhaps word has gotten around about all the excellent work done...

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Why Designers Should Start Fights

It’s one of the worst parts about being a designer: Being forced to create work you feel is subpar. Work that’s absolutely doomed to fail. Designers go through this every day. This isn’t exclusive to designers, but it’s especially destructive because our work is often devalued by the rest of the team. They devalue our work because they don’t understand what we do. If You’re a Designer You Have a Big Problem Designers...

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