Marketing is one of the most, if not THE most, important aspects of a business. If you’ve got a great product or service but have no idea of how to market it to the right audience, what’s the point?
More and more small businesses, professionals and experts are starting to realize that they can make a good living from selling access to their expertise online. And while this area used to be dominated by ebooks and downloadable pdfs, these days the way to get your customers through the door is by offering courses, often including interactive discussion forums, video and other assessment tools.
And be they called eLearning, Learning Management Systems (LMSs) or plain old course builders, WordPress is an awesome platform on which you can build your profitable online course.
So, to help you make the decision of which course building plugin for Wordpress to choose, we’ve done a roundup and review of the top contenders, rated them and chosen our winner.
Experiencing long page load times on your WordPress site? Here’s a great all-in-one premium solution to your problem – WP Rocket.
In this digital era it’s become a necessity to have social sharing on your site. Monarch does just that but in the most attractive, fast and effective way.
There are plenty of businesses and web developers out there who have the need to showcase a certain type of directory listing on their sites. Be it to show all the cars on a car dealer’s website, or to list job posts, or even to just display your forms’ entries in a simple table style, you will need a plugin that can make it easy and efficient, while looking sleek and professional. GravityView seems to do just that. GravityView is a plugin developed by Zack Katz at Katz Web Services, the developer behind the original Gravity Forms Directory add-on plugin. After deciding to improve on his directory plugin, he came up with this – an easier to use and more powerful version.