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Using Twitter For Small Business Lead Generation

This is a mini-series on using Twitter for small business for lead generation. First, we’ll cover the basics of using Twitter. You should also read the Twitter Small Business Guide if you’re new to the platform. Twitter’s main strength is sharing information through links, photos or videos. It’s secondary strength is being able to communicate […]

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Fix Contact Form 7 Emails Going To Spam In Gmail

Contact Form 7 is a common plugin used on WordPress websites. It works great for simple contact forms. But recently, I noticed many Contact Form 7 emails going to spam in Gmail. I figured out how to fix this in my situation. Here’s a few troubleshooting tips to try when you’re debugging this problem. “From” […]

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How To Responsively Rearrange Elements With CSS

Responsive web design presents a number of layout challenges for developers. Sometimes, page content needs to be presented differently on desktop and mobile. If the order needs to be rearranged, what are the options? It helps to remember that page elements are boxes within boxes, inside of a large box, the device window. If there […]

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Why You Should Be Gathering Web Content Early

There’s something amiss about the way most of us are designing and producing websites today. I’ve been noticing it for a long time, and it’s something that almost every designer I know is guilty of. I can’t even say I’m calling anyone out on this, because it feels like 95% of freelancers, agencies, and consultancies […]

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Why Bundling WordPress Plugins In Themes is Risky

There’s a huge problem with the way many WordPress themes are currently built, marketed, and sold. The ecosystem is beginning to change, ever so slowly, but major changes need to be made for the good of the WordPress platform, theme marketplaces, and the agencies and clients that rely on themes. The situation currently illustrating this […]

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5 Common SEO Questions

One goal for many businesses is to improve their search engine rankings. Sales are driven by leads, which are driven in part by search, so this goal is understandable. However, there is a lot of misinformation regarding SEO out there. Here are five common SEO questions and their answers. Do Meta Keywords Matter Anymore? No. […]

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When FTP Uploads Are Not Visible in WP Media Library

UPDATE March 23rd, 2018: Add From Server was closed as a plugin on the WordPress repo as of earlier today. No details yet on whether this was an action by the plugin author or the Plugin Review team. UPDATE March 28th, 2018 The plugin author had the plugin removed temporarily and stated the following: “Plugin […]

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