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I considered calling this post “Oh Sh#t, My WordPress Site Has Been Hacked, but decided against it. Although those would definitely be the words you would use to describe the situation if it ever does occur.
Some hackers are just bored and want to cause trouble, others can be extremely malicious and cause real and permanent damage to your site. Below are just a few of the issues you will have to deal with once your site has been hacked.
By now you may have received an email from Google warning that your website isn’t mobile ready and a pretty dire warning on what will happen if you don’t update.
Since Google released their new mobile SEO focused ranking algorithm on April 21 it’s pretty hard to miss all of the articles talking about how if you’re website isn’t mobile ready you are risking a big drop in your Google rankings as a result.
At this point in the game there’s really no need to go over why having a mobile friendly website is important. It just is and there’s nothing you can say or do about it. The only real response is to make sure your site complies with Google’s definition of mobile friendly. It’s no longer beneficial to have a separate mobile and desktop version of your website either, Google prefers responsive websites (as do most users).
No matter what medium you are using to communicate with your customers, having a strategy is an important first step. Not only does a strategy ensure that your readers get the message you are really trying to convey, it also ensures they are engaged by your message. Without engagement, there is no point in communicating.
It’s been a long time coming, but WooThemes has finally released a new version of WooCommerce. Affectionately called Handsome Hippo, WooCommerce 2.3 puts a lot of focus on making the web’s most popular eCommerce software easier on the eyes and easier to use in general. They have also squashed a few long standing annoyances.
First and foremost, WordPress is not a blogging system, it’s a full-blown content management system (CMS) that powers almost 20% of all websites on the internet. There’s a reason why more and more people are turning to WordPress to build their new websites too – and it’s not because WordPress is free (although the price definitely doesn’t hurt).
It seems that with social media marketing, mobile advertising, growth hacking and all these other newer marketing tactics, email isn’t getting the attention it deserves as a marketing channel. And direct mail marketing is still alive and kicking too.
But we think that email is hands down the best way to go! Here’s a list of 15 email marketing statistics you can use to convince your boss, your clients, even your mother-in-law that email marketing is a highly effective marketing method.
WordPress is one of the easiest and fastest ways to get a website online. There are tons of free WordPress themes available, and even more plugins that add features to your website. It’s ease of use can be deceiving though – behind the scenes it takes a lot of expertise to ensure things are set-up correctly and they look as good as they possibly could.