Having top-notch content is the best way to ensure that visitors want to stay on your website, or at least keep coming back to it. Content creation isn’t the only focus though. Which is why we need to talk about optimizing the small bit of browser real estate that you have to work with.
If you’re launching something on your own — especially a rebrand — you might be missing these three simple but important steps.
We talk ad nauseam about running backups on this blog + social media. Run a backup before you do your updates. Run a backup after you do your updates. Run a backup for the hell of it. Run a backup every week. Run a backup because it’s your birthday.
This short video will walk you through all of the settings + options for adding, editing, rearranging + removing pages as you need using the default WordPress menu area.
You don’t have to risk breaking your live site because everyone is telling you to update to the latest version of WordPress. If you have a staging site, you can test the update without impacting your live site. Want to know the steps? Keep reading…
Anyone that uses spreadsheets for their business would benefit from checking out Airtable. Mostly because it has more flexibility than a standard spreadsheet or Google doc — even with the free plan.