What’s going to happen to WordPress page builders when the new Gutenberg editor adds page layout capabilities? The WP-Tonic Roundtable speculates. Continue Reading WP-Tonic #239: The Future of WordPress Page Builders
If you want your content marketing to work, you have to be prepared to invest time, research, and hard work, in order to answer questions and solve problems for your target market (or those who influence them). It can be a challenge to maintain a publishing schedule at all if you are a small business, much less produce high-quality, shareable content. But if you can do it, it can really pay off. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 130: Does Content Marketing Really Work?
As WordPress consultants, we often see clients clinging to outdated beliefs about SEO that actually hurt their search rankings. As a public service, the WP-Tonic Live panel explains that SEO is not a condiment, nor a plugin, but a process that needs to be incorporated into your website and content marketing from the beginning. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 128: Black Hat SEO What you don’t know about SEO can hurt your search ranking
In Episode 115 of the WP-Tonic Podcast, we address the contentious issue of visual builders for WordPress. In theory, great. In practice, often a complete mess. And despite the promise of easy awesome, many of them have a considerable learning curve. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 115: Visual Builders for WordPress The Good, Bad, and Ugly–but Mostly the Ugly
You can speed up the development process by investing in comprehensive design that includes multiple screen sizes, all your content types, and interactive elements. Continue Reading Invest in Comprehensive Design How to Avoid Being the Client from Hell Part 5