Good news: Getting on the web with WordPress is easy! Bad news: Mediocrity is even easier. Best news: Doesn’t take much to be better than average!
Blog more. Stress less. Use *all* your creative blog post ideas with my tips, recommended (free!) tools for WordPress and my helpful blog post cheat sheet.
One of these days it’ll all come together. You’ll quit daydreaming & start a blog. But is waiting really the right way to do it? Not exactly. Here’s what to do instead.
If you have a WordPress website, you MUST do WordPress plugin updates. Worried they’ll cause a website meltdown? Here’s practical, actionable advice for updating safely (and sanely!).
WordPress is a powerhouse that, in the right hands, can help small, independent eateries thrive and grow. But for businesses without the resources (skill, time, money) to devote to it, WordPress is by far more of a liability than an asset.
A while back, Elizabeth Urello of Automattic (the people behind WordPress), wrote a post about whether a person should use WordPress.com or WordPress.org. That’s a common question among people with only basic familiarity with either flavor of WordPress. The article offers the best analogy (the freedoms and responsibilities of owning versus renting property) I’ve seen […]