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Five Steps To Set Up Your Online Business Website

5 Steps To Set Up Your Online Business Website

Web design 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…)

Use FTP To Connect To Your WP Engine Website

sFTP WPEngine Setup – Easy Step-by-Step!

FTP is a very common method for connecting directly to your website. Think of it as opening up a two-way street between your computer and your live site. This is perfect for publishing updates, troubleshooting problems, and so on. With WP Engine, we'll be using a more secure version of FTP, called SFTP. And in this tutorial, I'd love to show you how it all works, so let's take a look! (more…)

Take Control Of Your Website With These Powerful Features From WP Engine

Managed WordPress Hosting – Powerful Features From WP Engine

WP Engine comes with some powerful commands and features to help us run our sites efficiently, and troubleshoot any problems that may come up. In this tutorial, let's take a look at some of the big features. If you're already using WP Engine, this video will give you a great sense of some of the powerful tools you now have at your disposal. Or, if you're not using them for hosting yet, let this video demonstrate some of the great features that you'll get if you decide to use 'em. Either way, come see what WP Engine has in store! (more…)

Easy Site Testing And Updating With WP Engine Staging Servers

WordPress Test Site With WP Engine Staging Servers

When you go to make changes or run updates on your website, there's always the risk of things not working as expected...or in the worst case, you inadvertently blow your site up! Well if you're using WP Engine as your web host (smart choice!), then your site comes with something called a staging server. Staging servers make it very easy to make site changes and updates, test new layouts and plugins, and so on. In this post, I'll further explain the concept, and then show you exactly to set one up and use it for your site. Finally, I'll also show you how to secure your staging server to keep it locked up and safe from public access. Sound like a plan? Then let's do it! (more…)

Dreamweaver vs WordPress: Which One’s Best For You?

Dreamweaver vs WordPress, Which One’s Best?

If you're not sure if you should be using Dreamweaver or WordPress to build your business website, then you're definitely in the right spot! Here, you'll get an objective and very thorough comparison to help you decide which web design tool you should use -- Dreamweaver or WordPress. Admittedly, these two tools are difficult to put side by side because they're so different. But here, we'll compare their functionality, how they work, how easy they are to use, and costs. I'm looking forward to combing through all the details with you, so let's get going! (more…)

Understanding WordPress.com Versus WordPress.org: An In-Depth Comparison

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org – WordPress Pros and Cons

Did you know that WordPress comes in two flavours, WordPress.com and WordPress.org? As you might guess, it's very easy to confuse the two...and it can be hard for new users to know which version of WordPress they should use. In this video, we'll dispel the confusion and get a clear understanding of the differences between these two flavours of WordPress. Let's check 'em out! (more…)

How To Use RSS With Your WordPress Website

WordPress RSS Feeds – Simple Steps!

If you'd like to take advantage of RSS, learn more about it, and how you can use it with your WordPress website, then you're in the right spot. In this video, you'll learn about the various RSS feeds that you can tap into, and how you can control what content appears in your feeds. Sound good? Then let's get rollin'! (more…)

7 Big Reasons To Use WordPress For Your Online Business

Why Use WordPress – 7 Big Reasons

If you're not sure if WordPress is a good fit for you and your business, then you're in the right spot. There are some big reasons why it's so popular. In this video, we'll run through seven of the biggest reasons why WordPress is the best web design platform for your online business. Ready? Then let's get started! (more…)

3 Different Ways To Install And Use WordPress

How To Install WordPress – 3 Ways!

Did you know that there are no less than three different ways to install and run WordPress? When you're first getting started with WordPress, it can seem a bit overwhelming because it is a bit of a different animal than what you might be used to working with. So in today's video, we'll address these three different ways to run WordPress and find the one that's best for you. Let's get going! (more…)

Straightforward Steps To Manually Back Up Your WordPress Website

Backup WordPress Manually – Step-By-Step!

It is, of course, critical to regularly back up your WordPress website. And in fact, there are several different ways you can do this. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to manually back up your WordPress website. And, you'll see exactly which parts of your site are critical to keep copies of. Let's check it out! (more…)