How to use WordPress: A rough beginners guide to the best CMS in the world Would you like to learn how to use WordPress? Are you a complete beginner? Well then... this introductory guide is for you! This is just a quick post to cover the basics, and hopefully will provide a jump off point
Having tried a multitude of different hosting services over many years, SiteGround is the one that I prefer most of all, and the host I always turn to. I have been using it for over 4 years and have tried all the hosting plans offered. We grew up together practically! SiteGround offers optimized hosting plans
Everyone wants to be first on search engines! The good news is that a good ranking on Google can also be achieved through a series of SEO On-Page practices. Each Google search page always shows both organic (or natural) results and "sponsored" results, ie paid advertisements. Everyone wants to appear first on search engines, but
How do you choose the best platform for an ecommerce site? I evaluate the pros and cons of WooCommerce and Magento, the two most used systems in the world! Online shopping is a great opportunity for companies and artisans who want to expand their market and sell their products online through an ecommerce website.
A WordPress Website is versatile, it looks good, and it’s easy to use and to update. It is social and seo friendly, safe and reliable. Here I will list just some of the advantages of having your website developed with Wordpress. In my opinion, in 2018 there really is no competition. WordPress is the most
People often wonder if it makes sense to have a website in an era where Facebook and a thousand other social networks dominate. The answer is a resounding YES - and i’m not just saying that because I’m a web developer. The first reason is the most obvious: a website has now assumed the same
From May 2016, a site's ability to adapt to different devices will be considered a ranking factor and responsive and mobile-friendly websites will be favored in search results. Since last year Google has started to promote responsive and mobile-friendly websites to the detriment of those that were not yet adequate. Starting in May, a further