Hustle’s Gettin’ Busy With All-New SendInBlue and HubSpot Integrations

We launched our Hustle plugin with big promises for growing your email marketing list on your favorite services and we’re putting out big. So we’re excited to fill you in on our latest integrations: SendInBlue and HubSpot. Hustle now includes a dozen integrations with some of the top email marketing services – and we’re just […] View original post at …

WordPress Marketing Team Launches Case Studies and Usage Survey for Agencies, Clients, and Enterprises

photo credit: Lukasz Kowalewski WordPress’ Marketing Team has launched a set of surveys to gather case studies and usage data from agencies, clients, and enterprises, with the goal of providing more resources for adoption. The Usage Survey was created to capture feedback on the factors that influenced an organization to select WordPress as well as any barriers to using the …

Are GIFs, Emojis or Memes a Good Idea for WordPress Sites?

Personally, I’m a fan of using humor and pop culture references in content marketing. I don’t necessarily think it fits for every occasion nor do I think every audience will understand it, but that’s why we do research before creating websites and launching our brand’s web presence into the social-sphere. Right? That being said, including […] View original post at …

How to Set up Facebook Pixel and WordPress for a Winning Sales Funnel

Facebook advertising can get expensive fast and you don’t always get the return on investment that you would like to see. Your page’s engagement isn’t always enough to justify the high cost of the Facebook ads, especially when response rates seem almost random. The question is, do you give up there? You’re not alone. The […] View original post at …

Losing Business to Bad Developers? Here’s How to Stop That – and Sell Yourself

As cloud-based software, mobile apps, and online chat platforms make it easier to work outside the traditional office, we’re seeing the amount of freelance talent grow. According to a study done by Freelancers Union in 2014, 34% of the American workforce is freelancing. That spells both good and bad news for web developers, and in particular […] View original post at …