CSS Hero Review: Easily Customize WordPress Themes

Finding the perfect theme for your WordPress website can be a daunting task. After exhausting all of the customization options that ship with the theme, if you are still unable to achieve the end goal that you had in mind then the only other option that remains is customizing the CSS aspects of your theme in […]

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Thrive Leads Plugin Review: The Best Way to Build an Email List

Understanding the basics of email collection is important when it comes to establishing what you’d like to do with those emails after you have them. You may be collecting emails to send out promotions, or maybe you’re trying to share links to your blog posts. Regardless of your goals, one thing is certain: You need […]

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8 Best Backup WordPress Plugins Compared – 2017

Your alarm clock goes off, so you roll out of bed, rubbing your eyes and shuffling your way to the computer. Another day of online business awaits, and you’re excited to see how many sales your online store has made, or how many visitors your blog has obtained. You try to open up your WordPress […]

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Build Your Tribe: 6 Top WordPress Membership Plugins Compared

Gone are the days where membership plugins could afford to be clunky, difficult to integrate with third-party services or offer second rate support. In 2016, with 30+ plugins on the market, it goes without saying that competition is tough. Plugin developers need to bring their “A-Game” or risk falling off the map. All this competition […]

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8 Best Social Sharing Plugins Compared

When considering the must-have features for a blog, magazine, or business WordPress site, what do you generally have on your list? I would be surprised if your list didn’t include a social sharing tool, considering user sharing through places like Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter is essential for accumulating more revenue, drawing customers to your site, […]

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Best WordPress Management Plugins for Single Dashboard Control

WordPress management: Who needs it? The short answer is: anyone who wants to manage multiple websites with WordPress. If you are manually managing updates, backups, plugin installations, passwords and SEO – then you know how much this can suck, especially if you have more than a handful of websites to run. Even if you are […]

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