• 9 Advanced Uses for Gravity Forms in WordPress

    Regardless of what kind of website you run, forms can be very useful. They’re a simple and efficient way to build your email subscriber list, collect user feedback, enable customers to get in touch, and more. The first step to using them effectively is choosing a top form builder plugin, and here we’ll dive into […]

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  • We’ve Added New Features to Atomic!

    We’re excited to announce that our development team has several new Atomic features that they’ve been working so hard on! Without further ado, let’s take a look at what we’ve rolled out in the newest version of the Atomic control panel. Simple Path Redirects Previously, the process of creating a redirect would have required a […]

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  • How to Build a Scalable E-Commerce Store With WordPress (In 3 Steps)

    The goal of most websites — especially e-commerce stores — is growth. A stronger online presence leads to more visibility and increased revenue, so it’s worth pursuing. Unfortunately, if you don’t take the time to build a scalable e-commerce store when you’re first getting started, you may unknowingly limit your ability to grow down the […]

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  • For Safety, the P3 Plugin Has Been Banned

    We spend every April 1st playing jokes on each other that rely on comical hoaxes and abuse our trust, but make us giggle during this annual tradition. We know these fantastical stories are most likely false and intended to entertain. Stories like T Mobile’s Phone BoothE, Nissin’s Cup o Noodles headphones, or Auntie Anne’s Hot […]

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  • Blue Oceans. Notes on Joshua Strebel’s WCPHX Keynote presentation (Part 2)

    This is part two of a series on my recent keynote for WordCamp Phoenix, where I took the stage in front of my local business and WordPress community to share some insights and lessons learned. The video is embedded below and in this post, I will unpack a couple of the concepts and ideas from […]

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  • Bias and Self Delusion. Notes on Joshua Strebel’s WCPHX Keynote Presentation (Part 1)

    I had the pleasure of being a keynote speaker at WordCamp Phoenix this winter. I used the opportunity to share some hard-earned insights and lessons-learned from my 10 years as CEO of Pagely. The video is embedded below. In this post I’ll unpack a couple of the concepts and ideas from my talk. These are […]

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  • To WWW or Not to WWW? How to Add WWW to Your URLs in WordPress

    There are a number of reasons you might need to change the URL of your WordPress site. Say a change to the brand, or the required switch from HTTP to HTTPS for security purposes. Then, of course, there’s the matter of updating a website from www to a naked (non-www) URL. In the following tutorial, […]

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  • Lead Generation Campaigns: As Told by 19 Top Agencies & Makers

    Do you know where your last lead came from? While the basics of lead generation remain the same, new technology and methodologies are changing the way agencies gather leads for their clients and forcing them to assess their own lead generation strategies. With the market saturated, marketers are doubling their efforts at measuring the success […]

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  • A Guide to Using Lead Magnets

    Having a solid business model and offering isn’t always enough to convert visitors on their first, second, or even third visit to your website. But how do you ensure that a visitor will return to your site and go from being a random window shopper to becoming a customer? You could cross your fingers and […]

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  • How Agencies Are Killing it: Advertising Trends for 2019

    The internet and social media have turned advertising on its head leading to some truly innovative advertising trends in 2019. Nowadays, Facebook and Google remind you over and over about that beautiful bag you saw last month, you know, the one that got away (i.e. you put it in your shopping cart and decided not […]

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