How & Why to Setup a Test Site for Your WordPress Website

As your website grows, and the number of visitors you receive increases, making improvements on your live site isn’t sensible. Instead, you should consider creating a test site, where you can work on your site without the changes being affecting your user experience. In this article, we look at what exactly a test site is.

What is a Gravatar and How to Set Them Up on Your WordPress Site?

Gravatars are everywhere. So if you don’t know what a gravatar is, or you aren’t using one, then this article is a must-read. Gravatars not only help others in your community recognise you, if you run a website or blog then a gravatar can help send traffic to your site. Gravatars are also quick and

How to Increase Conversion Rates for Your eCommerce Store

There is no quick fix to increase conversion rates for your eCommerce store. Implementing and seeing through a number of strategies and tools, and then monitoring the results of these changes is crucial if you want to see a real growth in sales. However, knowing what adjustments you should make for your particular eCommerce store

What are Push Notifications? and Why You Should be Using Them on Your WordPress Site

Keeping in contact with your audience once they have left your site, and ensuring they return, is a difficult job. Push notifications can be an effective solution to this problem, promoting new content to your target audience and encouraging them back to your WordPress website. In this article, we look at exactly what push notifications

How and Why to Turn Your WordPress Blog Content into an eBook

There are a number of reasons why you should consider creating an eBook, all that will benefit your website, business and bank account. eBooks can take many different forms, from an instructional manual, to a full novel. Most of us who blog will have a range of material based on a particular niche that, with

What’s the Difference Between and and are very different solutions and shouldn’t be (but often are) confused. In this v guide, we look at what the two platforms are offering and discuss how they compare. By the time you finish reading, you should have a clearer picture of which WordPress system is best for your project.