Earlier this year I closed my newsletter and started using the Jetpack Subscriptions module instead to deliver email updates to subscribers. In my quest to increase suscribers, I took the advice of Colm from Create & Code and added a subscription form underneath my blog posts and pages. In this short tutorial I will show
Cloudways recently announced the launch of a new caching WordPress plugin called Breeze. This plugin is designed to reduce the weight of your website and make pages load quicker by creating static HTML pages of your website. Breeze is an easy to use plugin that has support for content delivery networks and Varnish. It is
Technical writers have quite a difficult job, as they need to explain how things work using their writing. Not only that, but they also need to adapt their content to the level of their readers, because explaining something you know to someone who doesn’t know anything about it is not an easy thing to do.
Business is all about generating leads and conversions. Without satisfying these two metrics, death is imminent. Fortunately, the digital realm has provided marketers with an array of avenues to fill a sales funnel. In the past several years, thanks to the meteoric rise of video content, webinars have become one of the most powerful formats
Challenges are popular on blogs. I have read many blogs in which the author challenged themselves to lose weight or challenged themselves to work harder and reach a defined goal, whether it be a traffic goal, financial goal, or lifestyle goal. To me, it is not important whether you reach your goals within the time
Earlier this year many prominent YouTubers voiced their concerns at major advertisers pulling their ads from YouTube. The event became known as YouTube Adpocalypse. Certain YouTube videos started becoming ineligible for displaying ads. This resulted in a large drop in income for many YouTubers. A few days ago, YouTube published a blog post entitled “Expanding
Kinsta is a popular managed WordPress hosting company that has offices in Los Angeles and London. The company has been active for eight years and has been on my radar for a long time since long-term Rise Forums member Brian Jackson is the Director of Inbound Marketing for them (which is why the Kinsta blog
WordPress has just announced that WordPress.com business accounts now support third-party plugins and themes. This is a huge announcement that will completely redefine the way we look at the hosted service of WordPress. In the past, the general consensus was that the hosted service of WordPress was for beginners because the service was so limited.
HeroThemes are a WordPress company that offer a knowledge base WordPress theme and plugin. Their products aim to reduce the number of support tickets you receive by delivering a knowledge base full of common questions and answers. I met up with Chris Mooney and Richard Long who run Hero Themes whilst at WordCamp Edinburgh recently