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17 May

Your Complete Guide On Creating And Selling Online Courses

Think of a career or field you’re fascinated with, then search for it online with the words “online course” next to it. Chances are you'll find at least one online course dedicated to that subject.  One of the primary reasons for this is that digital learning has become a booming industry. In fact, the e-learning industry will grow to a jaw-dropping $1 trillion by 2027. There’s never been a better time to create and sell online courses. That said, creating and selling online courses is not a walk in the park. Creating...

11 May

How to Migrate Your Website From Joomla to WordPress

Joomla is home to millions of websites and a massive community of people. This open-source platform is easy to customize, and you can use it to easily take advantage of internet marketing strategies. However, while you grow your business, you may feel the need to migrate to a more flexible and robust program, like WordPress. While they have the same purpose, WordPress and Joomla greatly differ in their features, use, and functions. Let’s look at the contrast. Joomla VS WordPressWhy Migrate from Joomla to WordPressWhat You Should Consider Before the MigrationHow...

4 May

Sucuri vs Wordfence: WordPress Security Plugins Showdown

WordPress security is a significant concern for developers, and it’s only getting worse. Every day, thousands of WordPress websites are compromised. It's a crucial issue that needs to be addressed immediately before entering into a potentially dangerous situation. A secure, managed WordPress hosting service with a proven track record of adhering to industry best practices is the first step in protecting your site. The second step is to implement security measures on your WordPress site. However, you can invest in a dedicated third-party security service to improve the overall security of...

3 May

Squarespace vs WordPress – Which is Best and Why?

Although WordPress is the most popular CMS (currently powering over 43% of websites on the internet), it’s not the only option - there are multiple content management systems available. Easy-to-use website builders like Squarespace and Wix have risen in recent years.  In this article, we’ll compare Squarespace and WordPress. Before we get into the specifics, we’ll give a quick overview of the approaches taken by each tool when it comes to website creation. This is a simplified version of the concept - but in general, each platform attempts to strike a...

29 Apr

12 Shopify Alternatives To Consider For Your Business

Shopify is one of the most popular complete eCommerce platforms. However, it may not be the ideal choice for everyone. If you’re new in the eCommerce market or just starting your business, you might want to consider more options before committing to one eCommerce solution. Even if you already have a Shopify store, maybe you’re looking for some alternative options that don’t charge extra fees on its users, or you want to avoid the limitations of this platform. Either way, you’ve come to the right place.  In this article, we’ll help...

27 Apr

How to Add Schema Markup to WordPress and WooCommerce Sites

Are you looking for an easy way to add Schema Markup to your WordPress website manually or using a plugin? Schema markup works as a great tool that allows you to provide important business information to search engines, which helps your online visibility and can make a big difference in your SEO. That said, there are several ways to add schema markup to your website, either by manually adding the correct code or by installing a WordPress plugin. In this article, you’ll find a complete guide on schema markup, including some of its...