WordPress

We love WordPress. The Events Calendar is designed for it. Heck, even this website is powered by it. We keep an eye on what’s happening in the WordPress community and share tips and tricks that we learn.

You’ve got your WordPress site. You’ve got your events calendar. Now, it’s time to start selling event tickets. Of course, you could just sell tickets on a third-party site like Eventbrite or Ticketfly—no set-up required. But the benefits of selling your tickets on WordPress might outweigh the convenience of using an external event ticket platform.…

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Debating whether you really need to add a calendar to your website? We get it: When you run a business, creating and managing an events calendar might seem like just another chore on your long to-do list.  But for many business owners, a website calendar is a must-have, whether events are your bread and butter…

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OK, so you were told that WordPress would be great for your website. You did your research, followed the famous five-minute installation instructions, and got a site spun up pretty darn fast. The problem is that you’re not in love with the way the default Twenty Nineteen theme looks. I mean, it’s pretty, but not…

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It may be the most ubiquitous marketing cliché of all time, but it’s still true: Content is king. That’s especially true on your WordPress site, where your content deserves the royal treatment. That means it’s a good idea to regularly content audit  throughout the site. Cohesive content (or a lack thereof) can make or break…

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Easy DIY WordPress site audit

Performing a WordPress website audit is an easy way to ensure your site is optimized for your business goals. Think of it as a regular checkup for your site that provides insight on your specific goals, whether that’s driving more traffic, increasing sales, growing your subscriber base, improving your SEO, or something entirely unique to…

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WordPress 5.0 is officially out in the wild, ushering in a new era of Gutenberg and all the enhancements it brings to the editing experience. Here are the top 5 things you need to know: #1: The block editor is now the DEFAULT editor for posts & pages The block editor (codename: Gutenberg) is now…

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WooCommerce SEO tips to increase traffic, sales, and SERP ranking

SEO (search engine optimization) plays a huge role in how your e-commerce store appears in search results. Why put effort into it? Because even a little bit of extra WooCommerce SEO strategy can help your store rank higher (hello first page of Google!), reach more people, and close more sales. WooCommerce + SEO In a…

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