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The Top eCommerce Platforms for 2018 Compared

As consumers abandon physical stores to buy online – 51% of Americans, in fact – and the eComm economy grows, we are met with a number of options for platforms. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution – and each platform has its pros and…
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BOO! WordPress Themes to Gawk At

Never thought WordPress could be spooky enough to merit a Halloween reference? BOO. We found the spookiest, scariest, creepiest WordPress themes you'll come across. Just kidding. But we did find some of the most unusual (read: extremely niche) options out there, for…
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A Big List of the Top WordPress Theme Designers

Let’s rundown the list of the top WordPress theme designers for 2017. How was this list compiled? That’s a great question! Firstly, I reviewed the 2009 list — originally compiled by Sally Strebel, co-founder of Pagely — and then I went from…
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5 Key Takeaways from Jeff Bezos’ Leadership Style

Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO of Amazon, is soon to become the world’s richest person. And, if we are to believe him, he’s just getting started. He's not the only one who thinks so. RBC Capital's managing director, Mark Mahaney, estimates Amazon…
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8 Best Alternatives to Gutenberg Editor for WordPress

We all know what a critical role content plays in getting people to notice your website. Now, with news of the Gutenberg Editor, it's more important than ever to make sure the content you're producing is presented well on your WordPress blog.…
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UX Writing Crash Course & Checklist

There’s been a huge push in recent years for designers to learn how to code, to be all-rounders who can seamlessly switch from Photoshop to GitHub. But, as it turns out, code is not the only unicorn skill. As John Maeda, Automattic’s…
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Web Accessibility Plugins for WordPress Users

In a "first-of-its-kind" trial, Florida-based retail chain, Winn-Dixie, was recently found guilty of violating a blind man's rights for not maintaining an accessible website. Web accessibility cases are common these days as the divide between physical and online business tightens, but this…
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How to Build Your Own WordPress Wiki

Whether it's product information, employee guidelines, or how-to's, businesses tend to create information in droves. Before long however, the need to store that information in a spot where your customers, partners, and employees can get to it becomes an imperative. That's where a WordPress wiki…
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Digging Into WordPress 4.8: New Features and the Road to Gutenberg

On June 8th, WordPress 4.8 shipped to a resounding chorus of “Oh, that’s kind of cool.” But while that tongue-in-cheek introduction doesn’t quite scream excitement, WordPress 4.8 did ship with some helpful widget additions, as well as a variety of under-the-hood improvements…
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