This week’s round-table gathered to discuss Design Elements for your WordPress website including selecting a color scheme, and fonts. Sallie Goetsch, Adam Preiser, Kim Shivler, and special guest Amanda McCoy joined host Jonathan Denwood. Continue Reading #237 WP-Tonic Round-Table “Basic Design Principles From Color Palette to Layout for Your Website”
Before you start looking for an agency or freelancer, ask yourself the Who, What, Where, When, Why, How, and How Much of your business. If you want a great website, focus on your mission. Continue Reading What You Need to Know Before You Can Hire a Web Developer If you want a successful outcome, better get your ducks in a row
It takes 25 hours of classroom training, 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training, and another 50 hours of practice just to get your first driver’s license in California—yet most Californians are confident that they can learn to drive. People take car ownership for granted, even though it’s expensive, complicated, and dangerous, but expect to be able to create and manage a website with no training at all. Continue Reading Are You Qualified to Drive That Website? Web development clients have responsibilities, too.
Getting traffic to your site is great, but what happens once people arrive? This week, the group discusses conversion rates of site visitors to email subscribers and explores ways to improve conversions. Continue Reading WP Tonic #235: Converting Site Visitors To Subscribers
This week, the WP-Tonic Roundtable featured Sallie Goestch, Lee Jackson, John Locke, Kim Shivler, and special guest Larry Swanson along with host Jonathan Denwood to discuss WordCamp Seattle and WordPress Hooks: Actions and Filters.
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