Plesk understands that time is money, and that keeping tons of WordPress sites up-to-date and working properly takes up an awful lot of your precious time. That’s why we created Plesk WordPress Edition.
Even if the majority of your current audience speaks a single language, you could limit yourself by keeping your site unilingual. It restricts your potential users and could lead to a decrease in conversions.
Translating your site is a smart and forward-thinking strategy. It enables you to draw in new users and makes it easier to communicate directly with non-native speakers who may be interested in your content. It’s also a lot easier than you might expect.
In this post, I’ll show you some of my favorite third-party extension developers. While there are many sellers of WooCommerce extensions, it is very important to get your WooCommerce plugins from reputable companies who develop with good coding practices and provide quality support and updates. You don’t want your online store (that’s hopefully making you good money) to rely on copycat plugins or shoddily built ones. When you have any doubts or need quick help, you want companies that will feel responsible for your site’s wellbeing and offer help when needed.
Online magazine websites are the go-to source for the latest news on a specific topic. Whether it’s food, entertainment, sport, business or even WordPress news, having a single source where you can browse articles and videos from multiple sources is a brilliant time-saver. If you can monetize that, what’s stopping you?
WooCommerce one click upsells or post-purchase upsells are upsells after the checkout.
Once a customer enters their payment details and clicks ‘place order’ on the checkout page, you show them relevant upsell offers related to their recent purchase.
In this post, I’ll show you how you can use WooCommerce one click upsells to boost your average order value.
I’ll be using UpStroke one-click upsells to do that.
I recently read an article by Danny Richman from seotraininglondon.org and it got me thinking about WordPress’ current performance capabilities and the community’s ability and willingness to implement the best possible solutions for both performance and SEO.
We recently re-launched our EDD Bookings plugin with a completely revamped code-base. Development wasn’t the only area we worked on improving though. One other facet of our processes that we wanted to work on was the release cycle. Here’s the best solution we found (so far).
When we re-launched EDD Bookings a few weeks back, we did so at version 0.1. This might not be the norm in the WordPress space as most plugin developers and owners tend to release at 1.0. We follow Semantic Versioning – a widely adopted standard for versioning that advocates the use of version numbers that have real meaning.
There are thousands of WordPress plugins on the market, so choosing the most essential and very best is hard. In this post, we’ll look at a number of them, covering all manner of situations!
In an increasingly globalised world, many businesses are waking up to the fact that there is a bigger world out there and many other markets that they can grow into. Of course, the biggest problem is how to cross the cultural and language barriers and reach those people in other markets.