Sidebars are a great way to attract a user’s attention to other parts of your website and keep them there. We will discuss different ways to do that and great plugins to help you implement your ideas.
November 1st I will be attending WordCamp 2019 in St. Louis, MO. I am super excited about the opportunity to meet people who are passionate about WordPress and developing better websites. Here I go over some of the highlights on what is going on.
Above the fold is the upper half of the front page of a newspaper where an important news story or photograph is often located. Why not help people navigate your website by making it easy on them?
Operating an Online store in the age of Amazon can be tough for sellers of common products like candles, chocolates, and coffee.
Twitter’s redesigned website makes the site look a lot more like the company’s mobile app. But if you don’t like it, you’re out of luck.
“Should I be selling on Amazon or through my own online store?”. This is a common question asked by online sellers. The answer? Both.
You can’t ignore YouTube if you’re looking to promote any type of business these days. There are 1.9 billion monthly users and over 30 million daily users.
Link building is the process of manually encouraging people to link to your website. In order to rank #1 on a page, you need to get around the same number of links that the results ranking on page 1 already has.
Those born after 1995, known as Gen Z, have grown up completely surrounded by technology, making traditional marketing efforts relatively useless.
If you plan on being in business in the long run, it’s pretty unrealistic to think that nothing bad is ever going to happen. That is why you should consider business insurance.
Today, cybersecurity tips for small businesses should not be taken lightly. If you are like millions of small-business owners in America, you probably cannot imagine how a cybercriminal halfway around the world could possibly cause your business to suffer a data...
California is the first US state to require that women be represented on corporate boards. Several European countries have similar laws or guidelines, following the lead of Norway, which a decade ago required all companies to have at least 40 percent women on their boards.