Colin Newcomer is a freelance blogger for hire with a background in SEO and affiliate marketing. He helps clients grow their web visibility by writing primarily about digital marketing, WordPress, and B2B topics.
Looking for some new ways to connect with your website’s followers? Once you’ve built an audience for your website, they’re going to be interested in your point of view – that’s why they’re regular readers!
Obviously, a big part of sharing with them is writing your own blog posts. But that’s not the only way that you can connect with your readers. You can also share the blogs and news sources that you yourself follow.
Considering using WordPress and WooCommerce to start your own drop shipping store?
DropshipMe is a WordPress plugin that lets you connect your WooCommerce store to a curated selection of ~45,000 AliExpress products, all with edited titles and images.
Can you make money just from curating other people’s content? It seems too good to be true, right? While you can find all these examples of high-traffic content aggregator websites, you still might be wondering, “are those sites actually making any money?”. And if so, how are they doing it?
In this post, you’re going to learn how content aggregators work from a business perspective. You’re going to learn about some of the time and money expenses that go into creating a content aggregator website, and then how those website owners make money to recoup their investment and, eventually, make a profit!
Abandoned Cart Pro is a premium plugin that aims to change that by helping you send automated emails (or text messages) to recover abandoned carts.
Read our hands-on review to see it in action.
Have you ever heard of tools like Zapier or IFTTT? Both of them make your life a lot easier by letting you “connect” different apps together and automate various actions. For example, you could use Zapier to automatically create a new Trello card for each new email in Gmail.
Uncanny Automator brings that same type of automation to your WordPress site. You can either “connect” different WordPress plugins together. Or, you can connect plugins to any one of the 1,000+ apps at Zapier. Or, you can even do both at the same time, which is where things start getting really cool!
If you want to optimize your eCommerce store, you need to be able to understand how shoppers interact with your store, where they fall off in funnels, and just generally what contributes to sales…and what gets in the way.
To do that, you need data. And getting that data, of course, requires analytics.
Humcommerce is an all-in-one analytics tool that aims to help you “boost conversions on your eCommerce store” and “understand exactly how visitors interact with your website so you can convert more visitors into buyers.”
Trying to figure out how to create a news site with WordPress? The process is actually a lot easier than you might think. And in this post, I’m going to prove it!
I’ll show you how can build a fully-functioning news aggregator website with WordPress using just six plugins (or fewer!).
Need to accept appointment bookings on your WordPress site? If that’s a yes, you should read this Amelia review for a look at a brand new WordPress appointment booking plugin from the same developer as the popular wpDataTables plugin.
Amelia has an amazing front-end and back-end interface built with vue.js and other modern technologies, as well as lots of other smart functionality that makes it definitely worthy of checking out.
If you’ve ever read a WordPress.org vs WordPress.com comparison post, you know that one of the common complaints against WordPress.com is that it’s not “real” WordPress.
That all changed in August 2017 when WordPress.com announced that Business plan users would be able to install their own themes and plugins, putting that tier of plans somewhere between the WordPress.com of old and self-hosted WordPress.
So…should you consider ditching your self-hosted WordPress site and hopping on one of WordPress.com’s Business plans?