Are you a traveler or journalist looking to share your journey with the world? Today, we’re happy to introduce our new WordPress theme that helps you do just that. It’s called Wanderlust, and in this post, I’d like to give you a little tour of everything it has to offer.
You need to speed up WordPress. No matter what your site is about, you need to care about page load times because a faster WordPress site means more conversions, happier users, and even better search rankings.
Want to learn WordPress… better? Whether you’re a total newbie or a seasoned WordPress pro, there are plenty of educational resources out there to help you get more from the world’s most popular content management system.
This is part 1 of a 2 part series on CoSchedule, the editorial calendar we use at Nimbus Themes. In this post, I’ll give you an overview of what CoSchedule is and how it can benefit your WordPress site. Then, in part 2, I’ll go in-depth and show you how we actually use CoSchedule to implement our content strategy for the Nimbus Themes Magazine.
I doubt that I need to sell you on the benefits of blogging. I’m sure you already know how blogging helps you get more traffic and/or customers. But what I might need to sell you on are the benefits of blogging smarter.
See, most blogs go through an evolution. When blogs are new, they’re easy to manage. You don’t have many posts or contributors. Life’s a breeze! But as your blog grows, things can start to unravel…
You’re trying to juggle topic ideation, content creation, promotion, along with everything else on your plate. Yeah…there comes a point when you need help. Enter, the editorial calendar.
Ever wondered why the URLs on your WordPress site are the way they are? I promise you that it’s not magic. WordPress isn’t consulting some cosmic power to structure your URLs. No, it’s actually the result of how your WordPress permalinks are set up.
You spend a ton of time creating quality content for your WordPress site. You need to write the text, add your images, insert the links, and then perform all those niggling formatting details. Then you’re ready to publish, right? Wrong! Sorry, I’m going to add one more thing to your plate – you need to optimize WordPress images. And if you’re not optimizing your images before you publish them, you need to start today.
Are you struggling to find the best FTP client to upload files to your servers? It can certainly be confusing. If you’re digging through your options, you may have noticed that the world of FTP clients is filled to the brim with “helpful” acronyms.
FTP. SFTP. FTPS. Those three alone are probably enough to make your head spin!
So, if you want some help making your decision, keep reading to learn more about some of the top free and premium FTP clients out there.
I think you’ll agree with me when I say that performance and security are two concerns on the minds of most WordPress site owners. So what if I told you that you can boost both with one simple tool? Guess what – you can. It’s called CloudFlare for WordPress.
Let me tell you why FAQ plugins will make your life easier…
If you’re running any kind of business, you probably get a lot of questions from your customers. And while you’ll certainly get the occasional oddball question, I’m willing to bet that you mostly get asked the same questions over and over. As a freelancer, I experience this firsthand when clients inquire about my services.
You need a way for people to contact you via your website. No matter what your site is about, that’s a fact. But there’s a problem…there’s no default WordPress contact form tool. So to create an effective way for readers to contact you, you’ll need to turn to an external solution.
Whether you’ve already tried (and been disappointed by) a contact form plugin or this is your first go round, keep reading to learn all about the best contact form solutions for WordPress and how you can implement them on your site. I’ll give you options for both free and premium plugins, as well as some unique non-plugin contact form solutions.