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How to Handle and Manage Different Types of WordPress Web Design Clients

The client that you choose to take on defines you. Most of the problems in work can be avoided by taking the time to choose a client carefully. This means, you should know what you want out of your client...

/ September 17, 2014

6 Common WordPress Blunders to Avoid

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that is popular with many bloggers all over the world. Not only is it easy to install, but it comes with great features which makes it very user-friendly. Overall WordPress is a great...

/ December 30, 2013

WordPress User Roles Explained

Most WordPress bloggers are individuals who administer almost every single aspect of website management and content writing without needing to give other people access to their WordPress installation. They tend to use their administration account that WordPress creates by default...

/ August 20, 2013

Informative Guide On WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques

It’s a known fact that WordPress is a phenomenal platform for establishing a great website or a blog. WordPress is popular because it’s user friendly and there is no technical knowledge required for using it. When it comes to planning...

/ June 25, 2013

WordPress & Cloud Hosting: A Match Made in Heaven

Are you one of the many online publishers using WordPress? As your blog or site grows you’ll need to decipher which hosting solution benefits you the most. We won’t keep you in suspense: Cloud Hosting IS the answer. This post...

/ May 17, 2013

ThemeFuse Review: Launching a New WordPress Site Is No Longer a Hassle!

A couple of days ago I was approached to write a product review. However, the offer I got was kind of unusual. Particularly, the co-founder of ThemeFuse reached out to me and asked me to check out their new service and write...

/ April 25, 2013

Top Solutions for Easy Online Payments on WordPress

The way WordPress has evolved over the years is really staggering. Originally, the platform was designed as a simple blogging engine. And I do mean simple. Content was organized as posts or pages, and … that was basically it. Nowadays,...

/ March 7, 2013