Whether you’re working on a new business idea and trying to get it off the ground, working side-by-side with your loved one, or juggling your job and home all while starting your new business, time management is the most important step to success in every area. Take it from me, You HAVE to protect your personal or relaxing time, but you also have to dedicate to each area of your life, or you will not succeed. You only have so much time in a day and must accomplish something for your business each day. Here are a few things that help me out.
Every business thrives on customer service. Some of the best businesses in the world are considered exceptional because of how well they treat their customers, while most businesses fail for the same reason.
What is great customer service and why do you need it? Here are seven answers to that question. [Read more…]
This list of 5 Genesis plugins that we use on “almost” every website is by no means comprehensive or exhaustive of the myriad of plugins available for the Genesis Framework. In addition, all of these plugins are free and readily available in the wordpress plugin repository.
That being said, here’s our list of the 5 plugins we us on “almost” every website:
- Genesis Simple Edits
- Genesis Simple Sidebars
- Genesis Title Toggle
- Genesis Simple Hooks
- Genesis Connect for Woocommerce
- Bonus Plugin: Simple Social Icons
It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re searching for a WordPress theme to use for your new website design. There are tens of thousands available. Some are free, some you have to pay for and in most cases… you get what you pay for. Most themes are not intuitive for your average business owner to just “throw a website together”, free or paid, and can end in frustration for the end user. Which then leads to a call to a company such as ours to fix and/or finish the website.
So, how do you end the frustration? How can you make it easier on yourself? [Read more…]
5 Easy Steps to Secure WordPress
More than 70% of WordPress installations are vulnerable to hackers according to a recent survey of 40,000 WordPress sites by Alexa. Hackers know this and are targeting insecure WordPress sites with automated software, called bots, that when it discovers a vulnerable site, can either directly damage the site, or plant pieces of code that will allow the hacker to break in any time they choose. A secure WordPress site is critical so I’ve put together these five easy practices that will immediately improve your website’s security. [Read more…]