Category: Web Development

Why Generation Z is the Most Entrepreneurial Generation

The Internet plays a huge part in everyone’s lives. We use it to shop, connect to people, and be entertained. However there is a group of people utilizing the Internet like never before, and in fact, planning their lives around it, Generation Z. Generation Z consists of anyone born after 1995 and makes up about …
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How to Quickly Improve the User Experience (UX) on WordPress?

There is a strong link between your website’s user experience and amount of traffic. User experience (UX) is how users behave and feel when they’re using your site. For 83 percent of consumers, a seamless

6 Ways to Make Sure Your WordPress Site Reflects Your Brand

Whether you are a self-employed blogger or an enterprise business, having a great website with compelling content is a necessity. It’s important to maintain your brand throughout your site so your customers become familiar with

How I freelance through the holiday season

Clients are busy This is an unexpected plus for me that use to make it horrible for me this time of year. Especially when I freelanced full-time. In the past, I would starve for work

6 Tips on How to Write the Perfect Story About Yourself

An excellent book takes about three or four years to finish – an excellent movie about four. When it comes to your life story, it could take a lifetime. Deciding to publish your biography, or

6 WordPress Plugins To Boost User Engagement And Cut Your Bounce Rate

Finding ways to get people to visit your WordPress site is always a battle. So when you do finally get them there, you should always be on the lookout for ways to keep them there. You want to reduce your bounce rate and get visitors to stay on your site longer, view more of your …
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Magento vs. OpenCart – Choosing the Right Ecommerce Platform

Whether you’re looking to build your first online business, or are simply thinking about exploring new Ecommerce tools, there are tons of options when it comes to Ecommerce platforms as we enter 2019. If you’ve

7 of the Fastest WordPress Ecommerce Themes

The ecommerce marketplace is growing rapidly, so this is the right time to launch your online store. Starting an e-shop is easy, thanks to all the platforms that allow you to build a store with no coding knowledge. There are currently over nine different ecommerce platforms for setting up your store in just a few steps. …
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SEO, Cache and More – The Best Plugins to Blog With WordPress

WordPress is the most popular blogging platform in existence. In the digital age, more and more people are blogging about business, entertainment, news and more. There are hundreds of WordPress plugins, but there are a

Get Inspiration With These Awesome App Landing Page Designs

It’s almost impossible to imagine a successful tech business without a beautiful website. No matter what sort of digital business you run, it’s important to reach out to your customers and spread the word about

A great Interview from WordCamp US 2018

WordCamp US has just wrapped up and we were very fortunate to have the chance to talk to many WordPress heroes during our stay in Nashville, TN. Considering the release of WordPress 5.0 was the

How to Disable the Block Editor (aka Gutenberg) and Use the Previous WordPress Editor

The latest WordPress update is finally here – and it’s a big one. WordPress 5.0 brings a number of changes, but none is more significant than the new block editor, which you might also know

Doc Pop’s News Drop: WCUS 2018 Wrap-up

Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. [embedded content] Love WordPress News,

What Is WordPress? WordPress 101, Explained for Beginners

“So what is WordPress, exactly?” – you might be wondering. The simplest answer is this: WordPress is your website’s operating system. Think of it this way, just like your smartphone needs either iOS or Android