There has been a lot of debate as to whether Gutenberg, a WordPress owned page editor, will match and eventually kill premium page builders. Gutenberg, as you probably know, is designed to take over as the new WordPress default editor. It was recently launched as a plugin in a beta testing phase and is compatible with WordPress version 4.8 or higher. In its current form, it is still up to par with current premium page builders which are in the market. This is primarily due to its limited options and feature set.
So how do we expect this “battle” to proceed?
Fiverr – pronounced “Five-rr” – is the largest and most popular online marketplace in the world today where self-employed or part-time workers offer freelance services, starting from $5, hence the name. It is the brainchild of Micha Kaufman and Shai Wininger and has its headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The online marketplace is open to freelancers from all corners of the globe who are skilled enough to offer one service or another to customers worldwide. Fiverr launched its website in 2010. By 2012, more than three million services were showcased on the highly reputable online marketplace.
WooCommerce is awesome, but displaying your products with style might not be so quite intuitive, especially if your theme doesn’t come up with handy ways of doing it. In this post, we’re going to take a look at a series of WooCommerce product slider and carousel plugins, free and freemium, which work out-of-the-box. They are an ideal approach to showcasing more products on your shop landing pages and trying to increase your customers AOV. Let’s check them out!
Many entrepreneurs ask themselves, even before launching a business, what allows some retailers to become a success while other simply bite the dust when it comes to the online presence? Whether you believe that the process is straightforward or complicated, the fact of the matter is that you will need to combine a few vital factors: user-friendly interface, high-quality product pages, and a well-thought-out business strategy.
While creating the appropriate conditions may take time, you will be dramatically improving your chances of achieving a higher success than your competitors. And while WordPress was initially designed as a more accessible way to blog online, over the years the technology has improved. Nowadays, WordPress is a full-blown content management system that can power any kind of website –including an e-commerce site.
WordPress shortcode plugins are a specific type of WordPress code that let you do many things with minimal effort inside WordPress. In a nutshell, shortcode plugins let you create placeholders for convoluted pieces of code or features that can then be easily added inside your content inside the WordPress editor.
There are shortcodes for everything from custom buttons, content boxes, menu, forms popovers, accordions, and many more. The sky’s the limit. Instead of physically copying and pasting lines of HTML and PHP codes into the wysiwyg editor, they let you add that functionality with a short, succinct code anywhere in your blog posts, pages, and sometimes even inside widgets. All without the risk of wrecking havoc inside the WordPress editor.
Here is a list of the 6 best WordPress Shortcodes Plugins in 2018, some free while others commercial.
Digital marketing is no more an option, it is essential and mandatory to survive in the contemporary era of cut-throat competition. The internet has changed the way people think and make decisions. Consumer behaviors and buying patterns have changed drastically and it is time to adapt to the new market to encash the opportunities for your business. If you don’t have an effective, well-planned and resourceful strategy for your business, you are missing something terribly important.
By default, after creating and publishing a page, WordPress will display its title on the front-end.
Note that I’m not referring to the page titles that appear in the browser tab (
<title>), but those that appear on your page as headings, preferably H1s (
<h1>), if you want to keep up with the best SEO practices.
In some cases, like when you’re building your homepage or a landing page, you might want to remove that title in order to add a custom one, which would be more efficient when it comes to marketing.
So, in this article, I’ll show you how to hide the titles in WordPress for specific pages, or for all of them, via editing area, theme options, CSS, or via plugins.
As you probably know already, WordPress is by far the most popular CMS in the world. One of the factors that brought its success is the open-source principle which stayed at its base from the 1st day. This little detail(and probably the fact that it was built on PHP as well) made possible the development of a culture around WordPress, powered by creative and like-minded people. The results, tons of plugins and themes to power-up the WordPress core.
Because WordPress is so versatile, today, we’re going to discuss ways that you could customize the default WordPress login page. Because you’ve either got tired of seeing the same login page over and over again or maybe because you’re running a little community of users and contributors around your website, getting a revamp of the login page should be on your to-do list.
So many logos are now famous and monitored by marketers and enthusiasts all over the world. There are charts of the most powerful, influential and easy to recognize. For some, it takes years to earn international fame. Others launch or rebrand with a strong campaign and earn the much-needed awareness.
Let’s look at one of the most influential logos in the fashion industry. The brand itself might have launched back in 1854. However, in the last 20 years, it skyrocketed, and it’s tightly connected to LV’s most successful products. The Louis Vuitton logo history might be brief, but it contains some branding lessons which you can learn from when building your first website.
You know why you need an e-mail list – you own the e-mails, you sell more and make even more profits. But doesn’t it defeat the idea of making more profit if you end up spending the gains on your e-mail campaign manager?
We are all aware that most campaign managers are quite expensive but had to stick with them since they are almost all the same – well they were – until SendPulse surfaced.