3 fabulous WordPress plugins for events

Picture this scene, you’re in a big hotel for a conference. There’s a load of great speakers lined up and the place is full. You literally can’t move for people but you’re not surprised because it sold out months ago. How do you know this? Because it’s YOUR conference, one YOU organised and the one YOU’RE closing with your own … Read More

3 remarkable free membership plugins for WordPress

Need free membership plugins for WordPress? Look no further than these 3. They’re not the heavyweight hitters of the membership plugin world like Learndash or MemberPress, but if you’re on a tight budget these will stand you in good stead. Creating Paid for Content Before we get stuck into the ins and outs of WordPress membership plugins I think it’s … Read More

5 actually awesome WordPress plugins for SEO

WordPress Plugins for SEO

Looking for WordPress plugins for SEO to supercharge your search engine visibility? Look no further than this list. Now you might find the suggestions after the first one in this list a bit surprising, but SEO these days is about more than just getting keywords in the right places. Read on if you’re ready to supercharge your SEO strategy. Search … Read More

3 powerful WordPress plugins for security

WordPress Plugins for Security

WordPress plugins for security are the most important that you can have installed on your website. They’re what I like to call background plugins. They sit there in the background doing they’re thing and you only really know they’re there when something’s going down. This post was prompted by the Pinterest Queen and Disneyland Paris Guru , Jade of The … Read More

The WordPress Visual Editor – your complete guide

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The new WordPress visual editor also known as the WordPress block editor or Gutenberg, has been around for a while now and is only getting better. I’m a huge advocate of getting people tot switch to the new editor for several reasons, but the main one is that it will save you time creating content in the long run. The … Read More

Gutenberg WordPress editor – 5 things you didn’t know

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months you’ll have heard about the Gutenberg WordPress editor. It’s the new WordPress editor released as part of WordPress 5 last December. If you’ve seen any of my other content, blog posts, videos, social media posts – you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of this new editor. I … Read More

9 steps to build a website easily

Build A Website Easily with WordPress

Why build a website over using social media? More and more people are looking to capitalise on the power of the internet which means that they need a website. You could try your luck micro-blogging on social media but I think it’s a risky strategy. Social media algorithms can change at the drop of a hat, so one day you … Read More

How to get your WordPress image sizes under control today

Getting your WordPress image sizes under control is important for any website. You want your pictures to look good but not take days to load. When you collaborate with other brands you want to make sure that you do their products justice. You want to include lots of pictures but it’s no good if your readers get bored waiting for … Read More

Lyrical Host – WordPress hosting that will blow your mind

Lyrical Host are set to become big players on the WordPress hosting scene. Even though the company itself is relatively new to the WordPress hosting market, the founder isn’t and it shows. Keep reading to find out why I think Lyrical Host will blow your mind of you decide to use them to host your WordPress website. Who are Lyrical … Read More

Mailchimp to WordPress – 3 tips guaranteed to build your list

Image of a laptop on the right of the screen next to a pink folder with a white vase on top [MailChimp To WordPress]

How do you get your opt-in form from MailChimp to WordPress is a question I get asked a lot. You’ve got your shiny new WordPress website set up for your biz but you need to hook up your MailChimp mailing list to start getting people on it. Luckily for you going from MailChimp to WordPress is actually pretty easy and … Read More