In this week’s link roundup, learn how to build a content marketing team, how to make your website more responsive, and how to increase sales by over 30% with just one tweak! (And more…)
This week’s link roundup reminds you of the importance of research and typography, what the pros and cons of theme frameworks are, and how to boost to your site’s traffic…by a lot.
Today, we’re going to focus especially on SEO. So make sure that you check out what’s new in the latest release of Scribe. And then check out the links below.
Did your childhood bedroom embarrass your mother? More importantly, would your WordPress file storage structure embarrass her today?
If your answer is yes, fear not; the guidance in this post will prove quite helpful.
We will be back with some brand new content here on the Synthesis blog next week, so stay tuned. In the meantime, here are five links from familiar sources for your Friday that will make you better at WordPress.
Today’s roundup of links will help you improve your WordPress website’s design and its ability to convert visitors into paying customers.
In today’s link roundup, we celebrate a glorious new redesign and share several links that will help you take the next step with your WordPress site.
The next time you are considering hacking the core files of WordPress, make sure you give a final thought to the kitten you are murdering in the process.
This post explains why hacking the WordPress core is such a bad idea.
In this week’s links, you will learn tips for improving the design of your WordPress site, how to best handle comments, and a few tips for minimizing risk on the SEO front.
The key to effective use of plugins is to deploy them only from properly vetted sources, and only when necessary.
Plugins should solve a specific problem or provide an essential function. They should not indulge our vanity or our desire for a “shiny new object”.
In this post, let’s get specific and discuss a decision-making framework for a specific type of plugin that can be applied across many different plugins.