Category: How to

How to Grow Your E-Commerce Business and Double Your Profit in a Year

Contributed by @lexieludesigner Tech innovations have made it substantially easier for people to launch websites even without extensive tech expertise. The other side of this is that increased competition in the marketplace makes it harder for websites to stand out and earn customers. Here are some actionable things you can do to help your e-commerce business thrive and double its… Read more →

How to Prepare Your Business to Reopen Post-Pandemic

Contributed by Lexie Lu On March 13, 2020, President Trump declared a national emergency. Over the next couple of weeks, businesses and schools closed. States issues stay-at-home orders. Non-essential companies everywhere scrambled to figure out how to survive in a world where they couldn’t run their stores as normal. Restaurants and entertainment venues were perhaps the hardest hit.  Some states… Read more →

WordPress 5.3 “Kirk” is awesome but update your PHP first

WordPress 5.3 “Kirk” was released on November 12, 2019, but before you download, make sure you update your server’s PHP version before upgrading. With WordPress 5.3, users and developers get even more of features and enhancements, as well as a performance boost. The new release also contains improvements related to the Site Health Tool, a brand new default theme (TwentyTwenty),… Read more →

Multiple Content Blocks Plugin Breaks Sites Upgraded to WordPress 5.0 “Bebo”

WordPress is now currently at version 5.2.4, but when 5.0 came out in December, it was a huge update. It provided a whole new editing experience with a more consistent treatment of design as well as content. It employs a “reusable blocks” model which make new types of content much easier to find and add, all while still maintaining a… Read more →

An Unorthodox Edit

In short, a video producer’s job is to do exactly that…produce.  The producer is the grease-man.  He or she is the person that’s hiring and firing the production professionals, writing or approving scripts, and gathering other materials or talent to deliver the video’s “message”.  Producers have to understand the exact idea, message or call-to-action that the client is trying to get across to their… Read more →

Administering Facebook Pages without a personal Facebook profile

Facebook Pages 101! Facebook has done away with the limited “business only” profile.  Understandably, some people do not want a personal Facebook profile but do want a Facebook business page.  Sometimes, they do have a profile and would like to appoint a third party to administer the Facebook Page, but do not feel comfortable providing their personal login credentials.  Solving the second… Read more →