There’s no other way to say this – I’m impressed. WordPress has become so much more than just a “blog platform” these days, and the extent of what’s possible is nothing short of incredible. Forums, e-commerce stores, membership sites, we all know that WordPress can run those easily at this point. But it turns out that it’s also quite exceptional with invoice systems.
In this guide, you will learn why handling your invoices through WordPress can be a good idea, what’s WordPress’ advantage over solutions like FreshBooks, who should use WordPress for invoices, and lastly, how to build an invoice system on your current WordPress website.
PDF plugins provide wonderful ways for you to engage viewers on your WordPress site or eCommerce store. There are a number of different scenarios in which offering a PDF file for users to view or download would enhance the user experience on your site, such as by giving viewers opportunities to download posts as PDFs so they can access the information from their devices later on.
Back in 2010, Google announced that they are using site speed in web search ranking.
Speeding up websites is important — not just to site owners, but to all Internet users. Faster sites create happy users and we’ve seen in our internal studies that when a site responds slowly, visitors spend less time there. But faster sites don’t just improve user experience; recent data shows that improving site speed also reduces operating costs. Like us, our users place a lot of value in speed — that’s why we’ve decided to take site speed into account in our search rankings.
These days, there is no reason to think all-inclusive when you hear the word “web developer”. In fact, these days there is so much specialization in the world of website creation, you can hire a different person for every single task. Better yet, these days you can do many tasks related to website creation yourself.
In fact, there is one such task when it comes to creating the perfect website that we here at WP Mayor encourage you to do yourself – page building.
That said, today we are going to take a look at WordPress page builder plugins and why they are so great for website owners such as yourself.
Understanding how your visitors navigate your website and interact with your content is vital for optimizing site performance and conversions. In fact, by knowing what your visitors are up to on the daily can help you can better convert those same visitors into leads, sales, and loyal repeat customers.
Trying to sift through all of the data your WordPress website generates can be confusing and overwhelming. Especially if you do not know where to start. However, by educating yourself on what to look for, you can use that information to get on the path to success.
That’s why today we are going to further discuss the exceptional User Insights plugin and see what awesome features are included to help you make sense of your WordPress user data.
Reddit bridges communities and individuals with ideas, the latest digital trends, and breaking news (…okay, and maybe cats). There are a couple of ways your WordPress site can benefit from reddit. Firstly, you can build a complete website based on feeds from various reddits. Alternatively, you can supplement your current website with reddits about related topics.
Until now, Instagram plugins killed website load times with droves of external calls. If you’re constantly chasing site speed, check out Optimized Instagram the (free) plugin that serves Instagram images locally and does drag down you website’s load time.
The Grid is a plugin that aims to make it easy to display your WordPress website content in custom layouts. Choose a content source for your layout, including WordPress posts, pages, media files, WooCommerce products, or content from social media. Then select one of the grid layouts and skins. If you want to present your content in new and interesting ways, read our review of The Grid.
When it comes to pop-ups, we just can’t keep this funny quote from Hunter Boyle for ourselves: “Popups are like Justin Bieber. You either love ‘em, or hate ‘em, but lately you see ‘em everywhere – because they still pull in big crowds.”