Blog: WordPress

How To Find A Quality WordPress Developer

WordPress powers about 39% of all websites on Earth. Naturally, many people want to hire experienced WordPress developers. Some of the folks looking for WordPress developers are agencies, who need a developer on staff. Others are enterprise level businesses, who rely on their in-house web development team to keep their website up-to-date. Some are small […]

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Do Image Sliders Work For Web Conversions?

Sliders and image carousels are a ubiquitous feature on millions of websites. However numerous studies suggest that image carousels are ineffective at conversions. A 2013 Notre Dame study showed only 1% of participants clicked on auto-forwarding slides, and of those that did click, 84% clicked the first slide. This means the chance of any subsequent […]

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WordPress: Harder Than You Think

WordPress has a perception problem. Let’s talk candidly about it. My friend Mario recently talked about how expectations don’t meet reality. Another good friend of mine, Morten, wrote about how WordPress is not as easy as it seems. My friend Curtis, who helps WordPress business owners through coaching wrote about how people think WordPress is […]

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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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