At WP RSS Aggregator we pride ourselves on providing top-notch support. Here’s a look at how we do it, and why we do it in the first place.
Bontact offers customer support on any WordPress site via live chat, email, calls or SMS, all within the front-end of your website. This level of customer support can help drive more sales and grow your business.
Having someone by your side 24/7 to help you out with any issues you come across on a WordPress site isn’t possible. However, the team at SIDEKICK decided that they wanted to provide an alternative, so they came up with a walkthrough system that integrates directly into your, or your clients’, WordPress dashboard.
WPMU DEV has come a long way since since its start as a Multisite resource site back when Multisite was even called Multiuser!
These days the site is largest WordPress premium plugin and support provider on the web, with in excess of 140 plugins, over 300,000 members and a staff of 50 people.
So how does a site like this grow to provide that much code and help that many members? And, more importantly how well does it do it? This WP Mayor review seeks to find out the answer to that!
If you host any plugins or themes in the WordPress repository, you’re most probably offering user support through the forums also supplied by WordPress.org.
The problem is how to keep up with what’s happening in your forum. Do you check once a day, once a week, etc?
Squarespace and WordPress are two of the most popular Content Management Systems. Each has its own share of merits and demerits, and each serves different usages. While Squarespace is an entirely hosted and managed platform, WordPress is a self-hosted software that you can run and manage yourself