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Imagine this nightmare scenario: You wake up one morning two years from now ready to start your day and discover that suddenly Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have disappeared entirely from the internet. Your followers — Gone. Years of content — Erased. Analytics — Yep, those insights are gone too. Bet you want to scurry back … Read More »

Feeling overwhelmed by social media? You’re definitely not alone. With numerous social networks to choose from — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube, the list goes on and on — managing social media can be a daunting task for any small business owner or marketing professional. However, with more than 2.8 million people using … Read More »

Does your brand have a style guide? A style guide distills the essence of your brand – your mission, your look and your feel – and translates it into a set of rules to help you maintain consistency in everything you create. It’s essentially the Ten Commandments of design for your organization, except that instead of being … Read More »

Over the years, I’ve seen a ton of WordPress sites — and not all of them have been pretty. We’ve helped hundreds of clients who either weren’t sure how to fix a problem on their site or whose previous developer left them high-and-dry, and when we’re able to look at their WordPress Dashboard, it’s often … Read More »

WooCommerce Emails

WooCommerce is an extremely powerful platform for adding e-Commerce functionality to your WordPress site. From downloadable WooCommerce extensions to a full library of code snippets, you can tweak, extend and customize WooCommerce to your heart’s desire. While most of the customizations deal with the e-Commerce platform itself, let’s talk about ways to customize one of … Read More »

Over the years, I’ve built dozens of forums and message boards for clients (and even some as side projects). The creators of WordPress have an amazing, easy-to-integrate forum software in bbPress, which can be managed simply and through the WordPress dashboard. Before bbPress, I used stand-alone products like vBulletin and phpBB to manage forums. Even though the software is … Read More »

When you have an issue or problem that seems to pop up over and over again, there’s no better feeling than finding a solution that works. As we develop custom WordPress themes for our clients, there are a handful of tried-and-true scripts and code snippets that we end up using over and over again to … Read More »

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