wordpress

26th April 2016
Your definitive guide to: WordPress

Your definitive guide to: WordPress

Most people who have some knowledge of websites and the building/management process will have heard of WordPress. WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS), so supports the creation, management, organising, publishing, editing and deletion of website content from one central dashboard... read the rest »
15th March 2016
Why should I choose an agency to develop my WordPress website?

Why should I choose an agency to develop my WordPress website?

This is a question we hear quite often, why should I pay a team of developers to build a WordPress website for me when I can do it myself? When getting your business online, you're probably looking to save as much money as possible, so opting for a free version of WordPress can seem tempting. In this guide we'll explain why choosing to get your WordPress solution developed by an agency (us, of course!) will get you much better results than going it alone... read the rest »
12th January 2016
Which hosting plan is right for my website?

Which hosting plan is right for my website?

Once you’ve chosen the domain name for your website, the next step is to sort out your website’s hosting. If you’re not sure what this is, you can compare it to having a space hired to put your desks and staff in, and a sign hanging above the door on the outside... read the rest »
22nd September 2015
Social media: useful WordPress plug-ins for your website

Social media: useful WordPress plug-ins for your website

Wordpress is one of the most popular ways to create your website, many professional developers use it as an open-source platform and many people use it to self-host websites. There are lots of useful features that can come with Wordpress, but here I’m going to focus on the best plug-ins for social media for your Wordpress website... read the rest »
18th August 2015
Website necessities for freelancers

Website necessities for freelancers

As a freelancer, one of the biggest difficulties with maintaining a steady workflow (and bank balance!) is that you really need to be marketing yourself and touting for work whilst you’re working on a project, so that one is ready to start as another finished. But while your head is fully immersed in a big project, how can you find the time and head-space to write proposals and network? Well, a website could be one of your most important tools, so you need to make sure it’s doing its job... read the rest »
16th June 2015
5 questions your homepage should answer

5 questions your homepage should answer

Once you’ve got your domain name sorted, your website’s up and running, you’ve populated it with great interesting content. Now you need people to see it and get interested in what it is you’re offering... read the rest »
29th May 2015
Introducing ‘WP Easy Post Mailer’ Plugin for WordPress

Introducing ‘WP Easy Post Mailer’ Plugin for WordPress

We're happy to announce the release of our second WordPress plugin, "WP Easy Post Mailer". We've worked tirelessly over the last few weeks tweaking away to ensure everything worked as it should, and we couldn't be more thrilled to finally be able to release it into the wild! You can download WP Easy Post Mailer from the main WordPress... read the rest »
13th March 2015
Mail Subscribe List Plugin for WordPress

Mail Subscribe List Plugin for WordPress

This is a simple plugin that allows visitors to enter their name and email address on your website. The visitors details are then added to the subscribers list, which is available to view and modify in the WordPress admin area... read the rest »