The steps to set up a business website might not seem obvious. In fact,web design overall can seem very confusing, especially when there's so much being dumped on you -- Google Analytics, SEO, shopping carts, should you start a blog, social media, payment gateways, and about a hundred other issues -- it's easy to get overwhelmed. So in this post, what I've done is clearly laid out a sequential set of steps to help you get started in web design, and get your online venture live on the web. So by the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a clear set of actions that you can take to get your business online and earning revenue. Let's jump into it! (more…)
Last updated on September 2nd, 2020. Posted in WordPress.
Is WordPress easy to learn? You betcha! But if you don't understand how WordPress works and the two different versions of WordPress, it can seem confusing and difficult. In this post, you'll find out what you need to know about WordPress, how it works, and if it's easy to learn. Let's get rolling! (more…)
Understanding the different ways to build a website is important when you're planning your online business. But as I'm sure you know, there are a lot of different methods and approaches to building websites these days. It can be confusing to know which option is best. So in this post, you'll get a break down of the six different ways to build a website. And, you'll discover which of these is the best suited for you and your business website. By the end, you'll have a set of the best web design methods to help build your online business. Let's get started! (more…)
If you're a Dreamweaver user, then this could be just the post for you. No doubt you've heard of WordPress, but maybe the idea of learning a new piece of web design software isn't appealing to you at all -- and I totally understand that! After all, everything's working just fine in Dreamweaver, right? Maybe for now, but truthfully, at some point you'll hit it's limitations. And for online business owners and ecommerce website owners, that limit hits hard 'n fast! So in this post, I'll lay out my five reasons (plus a bonus reason) for ditching Dreamweaver and going with WordPress to build your online business. This one's a dozy, so let's get started! (more…)
In this Web Hosting Hub review, you'll learn about this low-cost, feature-rich web host -- and discover if they're a good fit for you. While Web Hosting Hub offers loads of features, add-ons, and great customer service, there are some downsides and drawbacks you need to be aware of. In this highly detailed and deeply researched article, you'll discover all the ins and outs of this quality web hosting company. Let's dig in! (more…)
Often, I get asked which approach people should take, Dreamweaver or WordPress. That's a really good question, especially for someone just starting out, who's not sure which way to go. (more…)
Maybe you're not so sure about WordPress. After all, how can you know if it's going to be the best way to go for your online business website? Here, you'll find out about seven big reasons why WordPress makes a perfect fit for any type of online business website. (more…)
Sometimes your website can slow down. This can be caused by any number of things. But nine times out of ten, a slow site is caused by a single, easy to fix issue. Find out what's causing your slow site in today's post... (more…)
Last updated on October 24th, 2019. Posted in WordPress.
Want to get the most out of WordPress? As I'm sure you know, you can extend your WordPress site's behaviour using plugins. And there are tons of them out there for you to use. Here, you'll learn about five must-have plugins to help get the most out of WordPress's capabilities! (more…)
WordPress is a great choice for small business websites. But, because you can use WordPress in a few different ways, it's important to make sure you get yourself set up right. Here, you'll get a clear outline of the best way to use WordPress to build your business website. (more…)