If you are a WordPress professional and you are on Twitter a lot, chances are you have come across Bridget Willard. She is a Twitter expert. She even wrote a book about Twitter. In fact, Bridget has written several books. I did not realize this, but a while back, I found her Amazon author page, and that’s when I realize she has been busy. She helps companies with Twitter, and she will even help WordPress plugin companies launch and gain customers. She has a multitude of skills. Don’t try to keep up; she will leave you in the dust.
If you are using WooCommerce on your site and want to create a thank you page for when an order has been created one of the easiest plugins to use is NextMove Lite – Thank You Page for WooCommerce. After you have installed and activated the plugin it will add a new submenu item in wp-admin under; WooCommerce > Thank You Page Default thank you page will be created automatically after the plugin has been installed you can then edit the thank you page or create a new one. When editing the thank you page you can select conditions for