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Podcast Junkies: Nine podcasts many MainWP users love to listen to

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Are you a podcast junkie? What is on your playlist? I did a random poll in the MainWP Users Facebook group asking members what podcasts they like to listen to. The first person to respond was Joshua Vandercar, and he informed me his favorites were not tech or WordPress based. No problem. I didn’t specify…

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Do Not Use the WooCommerce Admin Plugin on Your Child Site

Do Not Use the WooCommerce Admin Plugin

WooCommerce Admin is a feature plugin for WooCommerce, which uses React and the Gutenberg block editor to improve certain lacking core features, such as reporting and analytics in WooCommerce. Reporting in WooCommerce can be slow, as well as being MySQL resource heavy if you have high order levels on the site, whilst the WooCommerce Admin…

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Using Stages of Awareness to create content for selling your website care packages

THE STAGES OF AWARENESS

There’s a lot of content created every day — and most of it gains almost no attention. Austin Mullins, Copyblogger Ten years ago I had just moved back to my home state. I lived in a larger city in a state to the west for over 13 years but moved home to start over. It…

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June 2019 World of WordPress: the Alex Mills legacy lives on

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In this month’s World of WordPress, we talk about marketing and Joost, a full site editing plugin, and the legacy of Alex Mills. Let’s ride. Let’s ride Nic Cage   Joost steps away from leadership role (Why) I’m stepping down from my WordPress marketing role Earlier this year there were some raised eyebrows when Joost…

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A different type of content audit that you can use for a different, but very crucial reason

Content Audit

When it comes to content audits, the articles on the interwebs are pretty complicated. They are full of tools and steps and spreadsheets. Certainly, the best way to run a content audit, or any audit really, is to evaluate each piece of the puzzle at the ground level. One thing people often do with content…

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You mean you can use a call to action in a blog post? You bet your boots cowboy

You have had it happen before. You are completely engaged in a blog post. The writing is excellent, the authority is on par, and the story sucks you in. You get to the bottom of the article, and you are totally challenged to try something new in your business. But, nothing. That’s right. There is…

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