Conversion Rate Optimization in WordPress: It’s Not That Simple

It doesn’t matter if your WordPress site sells digital products, physical inventory, subscribable services, or something else entirely. If your site was built for the purposes of selling something, then you should be making sales from it. In terms of what a good revenue baseline is for a WordPress site, or even what percentage of […] View original post at …

Defender Gets Fierce New Security Features (Login Masking and Forced Two-factor)

Defender is flexing some serious muscle when it comes to protecting WordPress. His layered security toolkit, automated scans and alert notifications are best in class. Plus, with 9.5+ million events (that can’t be modified or deleted by hackers) being logged per day, Defender’s Audit Logging is a one-of-a-kind power feature serious WordPress users can’t live […] View original post at …

Prepare to Answer These 17 Questions for Prospective Clients

Good communication is a critical part of the relationship between a WordPress professional and his or her client. Without it, you could end up taking a project in the wrong direction, leaving yourself way over budget, in the weeds, and struggling to regain your client’s trust. Oftentimes, however, we focus on how to have positive […] View original post at …

Saying Goodbye to Upfront, Focusing On What Our Members Want & Embracing Gutenberg, Divi, Beaver, WPBakery and more…

In what feels like a different life ago (but was in-fact just 2010) I started to think really really hard about the future of WordPress, user experience and web design. It was a process that culminated in 2015 with Upfront and one which ends today with very mixed emotions and a announcement that might surprise you. So, join me […] View original post at …