We writers are a persnickety bunch. Especially when it comes to the tools we use to put words to paper–or pixels to screen in this case. I know that I have at least half a dozen different text editors/word processors on my MacBook for different kinds of tasks.I use Atom or Sublime Text 3 for when I need to write code. Microsoft Word, Scrivener, and Apple Pages take care of long-form, rich-text editing. I have Bear and Evernote to jot things down, and I even occasionally use the iOS/MacOS Notes app on the fly.
Having a responsive website is one of the most important things a website owner should aim for to be able to relay all of their information through all devices.
Sometimes, a responsive website alone is not good enough for visitors, and a mobile application is needed. There are a number of WordPress plugins that you can use to turn yourWordPress website into a mobile application. We are going to discuss a number of these plugins in this article. […]
Have you ever tried to visit your WordPress site only to be greeted by a message saying Internal Server Error or something similar?
It might even be happening to you right now: […]
your conversion rates and ultimately where your site ranks in Google’s organic search results.How quickly your website loads affects everything from your visitors’ user experienceto stAll that adds up to the fact that you need to put a focus on making sure your WordPress site loads as quickly as possible. A big part of that is installing tools and plugins to help your site load faer.
The “error establishing a database connection” message is an especially frustrating WordPress error where your entire site gets replaced by a message that looks like this: […]
Have you ever thought about the security of your WordPress installation? Or rather has your installation ever been attacked or hacked?
Well, security is one very important feature that every other developer is always worried about. In this article, I would like us to discuss ways of making your installation secure to avoid attacks from hackers who might want to hijack your work and gain unauthorised access. […]
Teaching what you know online can be the best thing you can do for your audience. More and more bloggers, entrepreneurs, and freelancers are adding online courses in addition to their blogs.
It’s a great way to help others while establishing yourself as an expert in your field. […]
Advertising is the heart & soul of a growing blog. It’s the advertising that pays for our hosting, domain & gives us an ample amount of reasons to continue blogging, either as a part-time hobby or as a full-time profession.
When it comes to managing ads on WordPress, one can easily do this using WordPress widgets or by editing the WordPress theme file. […]
Marketing on Facebook is not the same anymore.
Unlike a few years back, when Facebook pages used to be completely free and one could rely on driving decent traffic from them, we can’t rely on driving a lot of organic traffic from Facebook pages.
This is why most bloggers have started taking the help of paid promotions on Facebook in order to have their articles reach their target audience. […]
If you’re a webmaster or a website owner, this article is for you: These 10 tips can help you to build better and more successful websites. We suggest to hire a web developer if you can’t write the HTML source code. Even if you’re able to create a website on your own, it’s often to separate the technical stuff from the marketing part. […]