The Rules of A/B Testing by Tyler Durden

1st Rule: You don’t talk about A/B Testing. Don’t tell your visitors they are part of an A/B test. It would contaminate the test and would make them feel awkward. Try to hide the test as much as you can. If you have redirects or URL parameters showing up, make them not too obvious to…

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Building a Membership site on the new Rainmaker platform

If you’ve wondered, one of the chief aims of this blog is to help you do what you do better. Now, I know that’s not unique or anything. I get that. But to help with that, I’ve focused on trying to help you in specific areas – many of them related to WordPress.

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Say hello to men who hate the NSA but love invading the privacy of women

Over the weekend someone released hundreds of revealing photos of celebrities that appear to have been stolen from private storage. In response to this, a bunch of anonymous guys on the internet copied them and posted them all over the town square, because the internet is written in ink and if you are ever a victim once in your life the internet will remind you of it forever.

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WordPress Hosting – Top Security and Speed Managed by Experts

Easy new WordPress launch 1-click WordPress installation Free domain name for life with your account Free template & installation from our support Free transfer, no hassle Transfer existing account for free Performed by our WordPress experts No downtime for your website Daily Backups We keep up to 30 daily backup copies of your WordPress site.

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Headway Drag and Drop WordPress Website Builder

I started using Headway about a year ago, when I was looking for a way to create mobile compatible sites for clients, without having to deal with all the coding. I immediately fell in love with the ease of using Headway, and how easy it made creating custom, mobile compatible sites.

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PodsCamp DFW | October 3, 2014 -

We just secured our catering spot with Mike Anderson’s BBQ, my favorite BBQ spot in Dallas – they’ll be providing some yummy food and sides for lunch. Bonus points for Mike Anderson’s using WordPress for their website too! We’ve just published our PodsCamp Schedule and opened up tickets for purchase!

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Contributor Day Survey – Will you join us?

As part of my duties helping out with WordCamp DFW, I’ve taken up the challenge of organizing and running the accompanying Contributor Day! Contributor Day would be on Sunday, October 5th, 2014 from noon to 6pm. Everyone is welcome to come and join us, whether you’re able to make it to WordCamp or not!

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