Have you ever wondered about a new WordPress product or service, but had no idea where to get additional information about it besides on its official website?
Savvy shoppers know that they should never purchase a product without knowing first-hand whether it will do something beneficial for them. They want to know that their hard-earned cash is worth it and that the product or service being advertised is reliable. And the truth is, official websites are not apt to provide truthful analyses of their most profitable products if there is any negativity to such a review.
I mean, why would they? They are in the business of increasing revenue. And unfortunately, sometimes this quest for a profit benefits the business and not the consumer.
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There is much to be said about the eCommerce platforms WooCommerce and Magento. And, while each varies greatly in some aspects, it is highly debatable which one reigns supreme. While one ranks as one of the most popular WordPress plugins available today, and the other is a standalone product newly acquired by the likes of eBay, they each make a strong case for why they are the better eCommerce solution.
With businesses making the move to occupy web retail space at alarming rates, it is important to understand how to keep up, especially if you are new to the eCommerce industry. This means knowing which tools to have on hand in order to build a strong foundation that will ultimately lead to the success of your online shop.
One of the most important decisions you’ll have to make when launching a new website is choosing a content management system (CMS) for it. Being flexible solutions, WordPress and Drupal are two contenders that stand out in the crowd. And although both CMS options are similar in many regards, they also have a number of sharp differences when it comes to factors like the cost associated with them.
With this in mind, in this post, we’ll present a complete comparison of two industry-leading CMSs – WordPress and Drupal – by assessing them against our evaluation criteria. Hopefully, by the time you’re done with this post, you’ll have a better idea about which CMS is right for you.
This is part 2 of a 2 part series on CoSchedule, the editorial calendar we use at Nimbus Themes. In this part, I’ll delve more into how to use CoSchedule to manage your blog and social media promotion.
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.
The explosive pace at which eCommerce stores have grown over the past few years is nothing short of incredible. In fact, statistics show that by the end of this year, nearly 1.77 billion people will have made an online purchase via an eCommerce shop.
Wouldn’t that be great if some of those buyers purchased from you?
With trillions of dollars being spent each year on online purchases, it should come as no surprise that people are looking to get in on the eCommerce bandwagon in record numbers. And, because it is simpler and cheaper than ever to set up an eCommerce shop, the competition continues to rise. That’s why choosing the perfect eCommerce platform to sell your products and services is essential to making it in the world of online sales.
There are so many things to consider when it comes to choosing an eCommerce solution: features, store management, design, shopping cart systems, blogging, SEO optimization, expandability, support, and of course, cost.
That’s why today I am going to compare two of the most popular and widely used eCommerce platforms – WooCommerce and Shopify – to help you with this important decision.
It’s 2017, and there’s no argument that social media is one of the most important marketing platforms at your disposal. But keeping up with social media posts can be a struggle. Why? Social media is always on. Your audience is global, and you need to be posting 24/7 to reach them.
Luckily, it’s 2017, and there are a gazillion amazing services at your fingertips that can help you automate the posting process. But which one to choose? You need the support of a great tool, and Buffer and Hootsuite are two of the best. We’re about to hold the ultimate social media showdown – Buffer vs. Hootsuite. Which one will take the prize?
If you’re planning to start a blog, you can be forgiven for getting confused over which platform you should go with. There are a lot of options, and different services may work for a variety of uses or goals. So today, we’re comparing BlogSpot vs. WordPress to see which blog platform reigns supreme. We’ll walk through the various features of each and explore the pros and cons. We’ll also put to rest any confusion you may have about Blogger vs. BlogSpot, or WordPress.org vs. WordPress.com – they really are two different services, each using WordPress as the Content Management System (CMS). Ready to get started? Here we go!
We’re always on the lookout for modern and simple WordPress themes made just for bloggers. Going with a free theme is completely fine, but it’s far from what you’re going to want if you’re trying to monetize your blog. We recommend a premium theme for the new blogger who wants to make money from her website since it establishes the brand right off the bat, and you can spend more time writing and less time worrying about how your site looks.
If you’re running an online business then you’ve probably heard that email marketing is key. Retaining existing customers is more cost effective than attracting new business, and email marketing is a great way to keep subscribers engaged with your brand.
Taking a cue from successful online business, you’ve decided to try it out for yourself. But which platform should you go with to put your email marketing plans into action? In this post, we’ll compare and contrast two industry-leading email marketing services – AWeber vs MailChimp – to help you determine which solution is best for your business needs.
It’s time for the ultimate showdown – MailChimp vs. Constant Contact – two email industry giants battle it out for email service supremacy.
When you think of email service providers, chances are your thoughts go straight to one of these two companies. They’re both strong contenders for a small business or solopreneur’s email service provider.
Looking to be the next Arianna Huffington? Well get ready for a tumultuous, yet invigorating work life filled with story hunts, writer management, and appealing to readers who demand the best from every article. It sounds tough, but you’re bound to discover a world filled with stories and interesting people. Not to mention, you don’t have to be an experienced web designer to launch and manage your website.