1. Zinc, a Wordpress agency theme

    Introducing Zinc, a super-powerful agency theme

    The creative community is big. Really big. We’re talking hundreds of thousands of designers, developers, writers, photographers, interior decorators, fashion consultants and landscape architects all vying for attention. It can be hard to stand out—especially when everyone is so damn talented. That’s why we created Zinc, a powerful and pliable WordPress theme for agencies and…

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  2. Should you use "www" in your URL or not?

    Should you use “www” in your URL or not?

    It’s a question for the ages: to www or not to www? For years, people have been asking if there’s any difference between the two, which one (if any) is better for SEO, and whether or not they need to change their site address. Not surprisingly, the internet is full of opinions on the topic.…

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  3. WordPress SEO for beginners

    Blogging basics: WordPress SEO for complete beginners

    Search engine optimization (SEO) is often made out to be a convoluted, mystifying, and secretive discipline that only trained specialists and enlightened “gurus” can make sense of. And when it comes to claiming prime real estate for an ultra-competitive search term like, say, “SEO,” there might be some truth to that. But SEO isn’t rocket science. Or…

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  4. How to get more people to share your content

    How to get more people to share your content

    Every minute of every day, people share a whopping 1.3 million pieces of content on Facebook. So why is it that no matter how much content you create, or how exceptional it is, the only person who ever seems to pick it up and share it is your mother? The people and brands that excel…

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  5. 5 reasons your site needs an email newsletter

    5 reasons your site needs an email newsletter

    It wasn’t that long ago that everyone loved email. It helped us stay in touch with loved ones and collaborate with colleagues. It even laid the foundation for one of the finest films of the 1990s (you know which one we’re talking about). But after a couple decades of Lucky Winner scams, Nigerian prince proposals, and way…

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  6. Ecommerce ideas for WordPress bloggers, creators

    Ecommerce ideas for people with “nothing to sell”

    When most people hear the word “ecommerce,” they think of Jeff Bezos or Jack Ma or some nameless, faceless tycoon in a suit. They don’t think of their neighbour who plays in a band, or their cousin who illustrates children’s books, and they almost certainly don’t think of themselves.

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  7. Better advertising for your WordPress site

    Better advertising for your WordPress site

    People hate advertising. They hate how it interrupts their TV shows, Youtube videos and podcasts. They hate how it forces them to click away from something they have no interest in. And (for the most part) they hate being told to buy stuff they don’t need for problems they don’t have.

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