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Coopetition, Two Factor Authentication and Custom Login Screens – WP the Podcast Recap

Do you need to start charging for your knowledge and expertise? Should you be using two-factor authentication on your WordPress website? How do you educate a client who has unrealistic expectations for a website build? This week on WP The Podcast, David and Tim discussed these and other awesome, engaging topics! To help you catch up on the best WordPress, web development, business and marketing news, we’ve recapped the past week’s episodes of WP The Podcast.

WordPress Plugin Review: Product Sales Report Pro for WooCommerce

WooCommerce has built-in downloadable reports, but they’re limited in what they display and how they display it. In the following post, we demonstrate much better option for displaying WooCommerce reports using a plugin from Potent Plugins called Product Sales Report Pro for WooCommerce.

How To Install WordPress – Step by Step Tutorial

To help get you started with the world’s leading Content Management System, we’ve written a post that details three different methods to install WordPress on your server: manually, using software installers, and having your web host install it automatically.

How to Download and Install WordPress

Despite the easy-to-use nature of WordPress, new users may find the initial set up a bit confusing. To assist with this teething stage, we’ve written a blog post to help navigate through one of the fundamental processes: how to download and install WordPress.

WP The Podcast Recap – The Top Ten Most Listened to Episodes

WP The Podcast is a 10-minute daily podcast hosted by David Blackmon and Tim Strifler. They talk about WordPress, business, and marketing geared toward the WordPress web design professional to help them take their business to the next level and get to work right away. In this article, we’ll recap the top ten most listened to episodes.

The Best Plugins for WordPress – Our Recommendations

WordPress’ platform can easily be expanded through the use of a plugin, but with so many plugins readily available, it can be difficult to decide which solution is the best fit for your specific need and requirement. To help you navigate through the sea of plugin choices, we wanted to share a list of our top plugins for WordPress.

Top 5 Best Drag and Drop Website Builders for WordPress

Page builders are great tools for building a design in WordPress. They give you the tools to create practically any type of layout you can imagine and save lots of time in the process. In this article we’ll take a look at the top 5 best drag and drop builders for WordPress.

Everything You Need to Know About Using a WordPress Website Builder

Easy to use and ideal for those who don’t have a foundation in code, a website builder is a great tool that’ll help anyone create a website. In this post, we give an introduction to everything you need to know about using a website builder to create your WordPress website.

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Webinar Recap – Controlling Typography with CSS for Divi

On Thursday the 12th of April, Divi Space founder SJ James hosted a fantastic Facebook Live session where he demonstrated how Divi users can use CSS to control the typography of their Divi website. If you missed the Facebook Live broadcast, we recapped the session in a post and included the CSS snippets shared during the show.

How to Grow an Email List, SEO Plugins and Resources to Build Better Websites – WP The Podcast Recap

How can you grow your email list? Where can you find inspiration and advice for web design projects? What are the best SEO plugins for WordPress? This week on WP The Podcast, David and Tim discussed these and other awesome, engaging topics! To help you catch up on the best WordPress, web development, business and marketing news, we’ve recapped the past week’s episodes of WP The Podcast.

GDPR: What it is and Why it Matters to your Business

GDPR is coming soon and websites need to be ready for it. In this article, we’ll take a look at what it is, how it will affect your website, and how to prepare your website for compliance.

Coopetition, Two Factor Authentication and Custom Login Screens – WP the Podcast Recap

Do you need to start charging for your knowledge and expertise? Should you be using two-factor authentication on your WordPress website? How do you educate a client who has unrealistic expectations for a website build? This week on WP The Podcast, David and Tim discussed these and other awesome, engaging topics! To help you catch up on the best WordPress, web development, business and marketing news, we’ve recapped the past week’s episodes of WP The Podcast.

WordPress Plugin Review: Product Sales Report Pro for WooCommerce

WooCommerce has built-in downloadable reports, but they’re limited in what they display and how they display it. In the following post, we demonstrate much better option for displaying WooCommerce reports using a plugin from Potent Plugins called Product Sales Report Pro for WooCommerce.

How To Install WordPress – Step by Step Tutorial

To help get you started with the world’s leading Content Management System, we’ve written a post that details three different methods to install WordPress on your server: manually, using software installers, and having your web host install it automatically.

How to Download and Install WordPress

Despite the easy-to-use nature of WordPress, new users may find the initial set up a bit confusing. To assist with this teething stage, we’ve written a blog post to help navigate through one of the fundamental processes: how to download and install WordPress.

WP The Podcast Recap – The Top Ten Most Listened to Episodes

WP The Podcast is a 10-minute daily podcast hosted by David Blackmon and Tim Strifler. They talk about WordPress, business, and marketing geared toward the WordPress web design professional to help them take their business to the next level and get to work right away. In this article, we’ll recap the top ten most listened to episodes.

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