WordPress 5.0 is upon us and it brings the Gutenberg editor to replace the old content editing system. But, will it be a welcome update? That all depends on how you view the editor and its block-style content management. Continue reading “Ready or Not, Gutenberg WordPress Editor is Coming”
SquirrelMail has been an option for Webmail since it was introduced over a decade ago and it hasn’t changed much in terms of features or appearance since. Its amazing stability allowed it to gather a faithful following among all types of users.
Unfortunately, SquirrelMail is being removed. Why do you ask?
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Email is perhaps one of the most prolific forms of online marketing to date. It’s one of those platforms that has transcended time and has gone beyond the concept of being a “fad.” Unfortunately, not everyone has the strongest email marketing campaign. It’s a wasted opportunity if you don’t have one. Continue reading “Why Email Marketing is Not Dead and How to Do it Right”
Technology is continuously paving the road for greater things both online and off. And with the progression of augmented reality, things are going to get far more interesting. In fact, it’s reasonable to assume that augmented reality and SEO could eventually go hand-in-hand. Continue reading “8 Interesting Things Augmented Reality Will Do for SEO”
No one sets out to create a mediocre business. In reality, many will set out with ultra-high aspirations of success. However, it doesn’t just happen overnight. You need to put in the effort to grow your small business. And that means it’s time to dive into marketing. Continue reading “21 of the Best Marketing Ideas to Grow Your Small Business Now”
GreenGeeks Web Hosting will be sponsoring & attending WordCamp Sacramento’s 4th anniversary which will be held September 15-16, 2018 at the Sacramento Convention Center.
In 2015, the inaugural event sold out all 150 tickets in only two hours. In 2016, 300 tickets were sold in three batches, with each batch of tickets selling out in 24 hours or less. In 2017, the event sold over 500 tickets. For 2018, the venue can accommodate more than 700 attendees.
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Negative SEO is a practice to purposely ruin your visibility in search engines. Some of these “experts” may even work for your competitors to hurt your online branding and reputation. However, there are several ways you can protect your site and keep it looking good to search engine bots.
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Will you be in Minneapolis/St. Paul August 23rd – 25th? If so, you better check out the local WordCamp! Tickets can be purchased, but hurry! They may run out.
Thursday from 12pm – 2pm, six classes will be held by Jennifer Bourn, Rachel Cherry, Scott DeLuzio, Dawn Watkins and Patrick Rauland. The topics will range from onboarding new clients, design, intro to programming, building a plugin and an intro to WooCommerce. You’ll be able to find these classes being held in rooms Johnson, Minnesota and Ski-U-Mah.
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DrupalCamp 2018 was at the University of Costa Rica at Liberia headquarters in the Guanacaste province. In Liberia, the climate is hot, about 93 Fahrenheit, as opposed to San José at a nice 68 Fahrenheit, not to mention Guanacaste is a place with very beautiful beaches.
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Sharing on social media is an important element when it comes to creating something that goes viral. After all if visitors can’t share, how will it reach the masses? This is one of the reasons why you want to use the best WordPress social media plugins. Continue reading “15 of the Best WordPress Social Media Plugins to Help You Share Content”