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The Future of WordPress Plugins: What to Expect

In the sphere of WordPress, 2015 was one of the greatest years. With so many advancements including stable core releases, high profile hissy fits and unveiling of some high quality plugins, what are we to expect in 2016? What does the future hold for WordPress plugins? Interestingly, more is expected to change in the coming years with the following being some of the notable predictions.

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DPosted By Dragan Nikolic

WordPress Plugins that Increase Profit and Save Time

Launching a new WordPress website for a small business can be time-consuming and even overwhelming. From getting your business license, to deciding on a name, to opening a business bank account, your to-do list is already a mile long. With the online sales atmosphere extremely competitive, you will need to quickly figure out how to generate sales, what kind of products you will have on your website, how to drive more online visitors to your website and convert those visitors into customers.

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RPosted By Richard Sutherland

Using the Rule of Thirds in Web Design

The rule of thirds is most commonly associated with photography, but it also applies in web design if you want a professional website that is pleasing to end users. The rule of thirds is a very basic concept and easy to understand, so it is worth the time for you to see if you should be applying it more often to your work.

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RPosted By Richard Sutherland

Guide to Choosing the Perfect Theme for your WordPress Website

Will Rogers once famously said, “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Perhaps you’ve met someone in life who didn’t make a good first impression and upon a second meeting with them, they make a better impression, but somehow you just can’t get past that first impression. In the digital world, the effect is often the same. If a user visits your website and feels frustrated, put off, or simply unimpressed, there’s an excellent chance they will not return. The first impression a user gets from your website can be the difference between abject failure and complete success.

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RPosted By Richard Sutherland

12 Do’s and Don’ts for a Successful WordPress Website

Whether you’re running a multinational billion-dollar business, or you just like to blog about your favorite hobby, odds are WordPress is your online platform of choice, thanks to its flexibility, huge community support forums, and the fact that it’s free and open source. If you’re one of the 75 million proud owners of a WordPress website, or you’re just getting ready to jump onboard and put up your very first site, there are some basics do’s and don’ts you should be aware of that can contribute to or hinder your success. Let’s look at 12 key issues designed to help you avoid pitfalls and instead launch you toward the website of your dreams.

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RPosted By Richard Sutherland