This is the first of a few quick blogs to increase your knowledge of blogging in WordPress and hopefully give you some insights in getting the most out of your template and it’s inbuilt functionality.
More and more people are creating their own websites and although that’s potentially less work for me I’m all for it. There is, however, a disturbing side effect of hairdressers, mechanics and other people with actual skills dabbling in the arty farty world of web design.
When you’re creating your blogs it’s natural that you’d want to use an application that you’re familiar with, so occasionally you may want to layout your blog in Word or even take it from a post that you have previously posted on Facebook but this can cause some issues in WordPress.
It’s time to start the search for experts, searching for those who have it in them to share their hard earned knowledge for nothing more than the satisfaction of paying it forward (and a cup of coffee).
Sometimes we are too connected to the website we are creating or the people we ask for feedback are too connected to us to be brutally honest. What we all need is access to an internet savvy Petulant Child. The kind of kid that has “Why, What For” and “So What” playing as a constant loop […]
This isn’t a blog post about how to sell online but more a post which should hopefully highlight some of the things you need to think about before you start the process of setting up your shop. As a web developer my work revolves around creating the environment to sell, but often I’m called upon […]
When you’re driving traffic to your site the number of different channels that are available to exploit grows at a pace that can be difficult to keep up with. If you are able to keep up with these changes are you able to monitor how effective they are?
So at today’s exchange rate that’s £9.82 or as I like to call it Cheap as Chips and I hope you’ll agree it isn’t too shabby.