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Encouraging the participation of women in WordPress

Encouraging the participation of women in WordPress

When I was a kid, in a small town, in a rural state, there wasn’t much to do on a Friday night as a teenager. Often, I would end up down at the Playful Quarters. Playful Quarters was an arcade with a pizza place next to it with a doorway between the two. The arcade…

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How I use Trello to create my editorial calendar

Using Trello for an editorial calendar

Quite possibly, one of the hardest parts of running a blog is being consistent. It stands to reason that if you create goals and outline your schedule, you will come closer to publishing your blog regularly. An editorial calendar can be a huge help in staying consistent. In early 2015, I restarted my business and…

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Using evaluations as lead magnets

Lead Magnets & website audits

Lead magnets. They help us get emails for our email lists. In other words, they help us generate leads. As a service provider, sometimes we struggle with lead magnets. Lead magnets have changed over the years. Some service-based companies have offered a “free quote.” Think your local roofer or plumber. What they are saying is…

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Your MainWP Dashboard and the GDPR

MainWP GDPR

As the May 25th 2018 deadline moves closer you may be wondering how your MainWP Dashboard is impacted by the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. As a self-hosted solution we do not track any information about your clients or your child sites. That means we are neither a controller or processor of your users…

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Getting started with MainWP client reports

MainWP Client Reports

Have you used the MainWP Client Reports feature? In this article, we are going to give you the information you need to get started using the client report feature to update your customers. As we started with the article, the following are links you will want to bookmark. Additionally, I leaned heavily on information from…

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