Back to basics on the 5 things you should have set up correctly on WordPress. These small items can make a lot of difference in the user experience of visitors, and how you use WordPress day to day.
What? There’s TWO kinds of WordPress? Well, sort of. I know it can be confusing, so I want to help you get to the bottom of the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org.
Did you know Pinterest is a fast way to start your new brand? Why? Because it allows you to collect a variety of imagery quickly to help articulate what you have in mind for your ‘yet-designed’ logo and branding. Daley Progress invited me to guest blog on the subject, which resulted in this two-part mini series.
I’ll be covering the costs, features and how easy it is to add these solutions to WordPress. I’m not just going to talk about WooCommerce, but also 4 other options in selling your services, digital or physical products.
Join me for a Lunch and Learn where she’ll outline the strengths (and weaknesses) of WordPress. What are the realistic costs? How long does it really take to get up and running? How does it stack up against Wix, Squarespace and Shopify? Ask all the burning questions you have about WordPress – I will be there to educate, not convert.
Before you dive into selling items online, there are – a lot- of questions you need to answer, even before you look at the tech behind it. In this LunchPress, I cover considerations everyone should make, regardless if you’re selling physical, digital, service-based or subscription-based products.