Your website launch isn’t the end of the journey, it’s just the start. Here are the 14 things you can’t forget to do after launching a new WordPress site. Most of us get super excited when it looks like we’re close to launching a new WordPress site.
It’s a question I hear a lot. Just about every time I get into a conversation about membership sites. But before we get into the answer to that, we need to back up just a bit. Increasing your conversion rates is a fantastic topic. It’s what we’ll look at here.
This is an open letter to the developer who spent a year developing a WordPress theme and couldn’t sell it anywhere. Dear Chris, My name is Chris too. And that’s not the only thing we have in common. I’ve been in the exact same spot you’ve been in.
Einstein once said, “What is right is not always popular and what is popular is not always right.” Does this hold true for WooCommerce? Every few days on Clarity, I am asked about eCommerce and WordPress. Can WordPress handle eCommerce? Will it scale? Isn’t WordPress just for blogs?
I spend a lot of time with companies that have built amazing products, or that run incredible service offerings. The problem they have is rarely the quality of their work. Instead, the core issue they face is getting attention. And let’s be honest, getting anyone’s attention is tough work these days.
I can still remember one of the first times I sold enterprise software to an enterprise client. They were a very large and well-known financial organization and I was sitting in a meeting with their senior technical staff. I was young and nervous at the meeting until I asked a question and heard the answer.
This past weekend I was ready to write my first headphone review for a new site. Yes, if you’ve been paying attention in the last few weeks, I spun up a new site on leadership, and now I’ve started a new site for headphones. Soon I’ll have another one on cigars.
Both WooCommerce and Easy Digital Downloads turn WordPress into a powerful eCommerce application. How do you know when to choose which? Some people will tell you that the simple answer is to always go with WooCommerce since: It’s really popular It’s has massive market share (37%) It does it all But I don’t think that tells the full story.
I grew up the older brother in my family. My younger brother was only 15 months younger because there had been a strong chance I wouldn’t make it at birth and the doctors told my folks that if they wanted a healthy (and normal) child, they should try for another baby quickly.
We’re just a day or two away from 2016, so I thought I would round up my predictions and some of the folks that I’m keeping a close eye on in 2016. Here’s what I can tell you. Nothing is standing still.
I don’t know if you know this, but websites get hacked every single day. It’s big business for folks who use hacked sites to route traffic to the sites of their choosing. In case you didn’t realize it, people do actually buy Viagra from websites that have Viagra ads all over them.
Sometimes you have no idea what you’re doing. When I was six or seven, I stood next to my mom at the checkout stand of a retail clothing store. I said, “Mom, are sure you can use that credit card?” The result? The woman working the register asked us to hold on a second while …
For weeks people have been asking if I was going to review WooCommerce Memberships. The answer was a loud, “Yes!” But I had plans. Because you don’t just throw in a review like this in the middle of the series.
While it’s true that some of the best membership plugins are left to review ( MemberPress, iThemes Exchange, WooThemes Memberships & Paid Memberships Pro), we’re really getting down to the last group here. If you’ve missed it, I’ve taken on the task of reviewing 30 membership plugins.
A couple of weeks ago I stepped into a hat store in downtown San Diego. Not a cap store. A real, serious, hat store. I told the gal that I thought it might be time to make a shift from the daily caps I wear (baseball caps that are rarely sports-related).