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.
In this Optimole review, I’m going to give you a look at a new’ish tool that’s focused on handling pretty much every part of the image optimization process for your WordPress site.
While part of that is automatically resizing and compressing your images, Optimole also dynamically serves the right image size based on a user’s browser/viewport, serves images via its own CDN, and adds lazy loading.
Want to add WooCommerce bulk add to cart functionality to your store? In this post, you’ll learn how to use a WooCommerce bulk add to cart plugin to let shoppers add multiple products to their carts at the same time.
Looking for the best form plugin for your WordPress sites? In my WS Form review, I’ll take a detailed look at one of the newest entrants.
While the WordPress form marketplace is already pretty crowded, WS Form is not just another copy-cat…
Want to start using marketing automation at your WordPress site but overwhelmed by the complexity and price of most marketing automation tools?
Groundhogg is a freemium marketing automation plugin that might be your new best friend.
If you offer file downloads at your WordPress website, a dedicated download manager plugin will make it much easier to manage, display, and control access to those files. WP File Download is such a plugin, and in my WP File Download review, I’ll show you how this plugin works and help you decide whether it’s the right tool to manage downloads at your WordPress site.
Ever wished that you could grow an email list and send newsletters without needing to leave the comfy confines of your WordPress admin dashboard?
Mailster is a WordPress newsletter plugin that lets you run all of your email marketing efforts right from your WordPress site. Beyond helping you grow your list and create emails using a drag-and-drop editor, it also lets you send autoresponders and set up other email automation rules.
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!