The Author

Tim Erinwright

Tim Erinwright is a UK-based web developer at his freelance gig WRightDigital, and a self-professed tech geek and writer. When he’s not creating magic on WordPress, he can be found analyzing the “Song of Ice and Fire” books, and of course hiking.

Articles written by Tim Erinwright

3 Steps for SMB’s to Boost Sales With Knowledge Commerce

Knowledge commerce is a new term used to describe a business that is created for the purpose of selling knowledge, i.e. online courses.

Since there is a demand for knowledge nowadays, many entrepreneurs are creating online courses as a business model, and some are using digital content for the purpose of upselling, and to attract new business.

To give you an idea of the potential, Rob Percival, for instance, was a high school Math teacher who developed a comprehensive 30-hour web development course and in the first month, racked up a whopping $15 000.

The Evolution and Future of WordPress Web Hosting

Web hosting for WordPress has undergone a number of changes or improvements over the years. These changes, of course, have been mostly based on the changes in the WordPress content management system and the growing needs of WordPress sites.

WordPress Alternatives – Are They Really Worth It?

In today’s era of technological advancements, establishing an online presence is no longer an option but a requirement. Businesses, big and small, are compelled to build their own websites if they want to maximize the potential of the internet to grow their customers.

If you’re looking to start a website soon, you need to decide which website builder to use to get started. The good thing about today’s internet growth is that there are plenty of platforms that help you create a website.

5 Reasons Why Your Blog Should Be Using a CDN Right Now

Gone are the days when running a blog was just about writing stuff and posting pictures. While blogging mostly still involves sharing personal stories, it has also become a big way for brands and businesses to engage with audiences. Thus, for small businesses, solopreneurs or freelancers working on a self-hosted blog with your own domain, it pays to know some of the more technical side of things.

Creating an Intuitive and Attractive Design for Your WordPress Blog

Blog design is not just about the looks. It also has to take into account intuitiveness or being user-friendly and easy-to-navigate. You can’t have something that looks excellent but makes it difficult to find the buttons to go to the next set of posts, for example. Likewise, you can’t have something that is aesthetically impressive but is not so responsive, something that takes time to load pages.

12 DIY Tips to Improve Your WordPress Site’s Speed, SEO, and Usability

Bad news week – Your WordPress site is not perfect.

Good news week – You can fix it yourself.

You are not alone; it’s just something you need to work on. If you use the audit tools here on big sites like, you will find even they are less than perfect.

How to Use WordPress Plugins to Build a Better Site

Can I just create a website using bare bones WordPress? Yes, but . . .

Would Plugins improve my site? Yes

What kind of plugins do I need? That depends.

There are some excellent guides to setting up a WP blog, and you can build a website in WordPress without using any plugins, but it will lack some of the functionality users have come to expect from a modern site.