1. Why you (still) need a blog in 2015

    Don’t believe what you’ve heard — blogging isn’t dead. Sure, once-beloved platforms like LiveJournal and Blogger may have fallen out of favour, and “blogosphere” may no longer be something we say with a straight face, but blogging is alive and well and as important as ever.

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  2. Getting a lower bounce rate for your site

    Some people view their site metrics the same way they view their bank statements: rarely and with trepidation. All those counts, percentages and graphs can be overwhelming — and in the case of the Big Bad Bounce Rate, downright scary.

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  3. 5 steps for creating a better contact form

    If you ask us, there is only one universal truth: people hate filling out forms. Whether you’re applying for a passport, filing an insurance claim, or trying to decipher the difference between a 1040, 1040-A, Schedule B, C and D, we can all agree that forms are the worst.

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  4. WordPress tools and tricks to help you save time

    Content creation, social media management, comment moderation — managing a website can take up a lot of time. If, like most people, you don’t have all day to tinker around in Dashboard, you should get acquainted with some of the time-saving WordPress tools and tricks at your disposal.

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  5. A guide to creating a better email newsletter

    Email has been described as a soul-sucking distraction, counter-productivity tool, and old-school artifact that should have died around the same time as dial-up. And yet, some 40 years on — despite many reports to the contrary — it’s still here, not just enduring but killing it.

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  6. 5 ways to keep visitors on your website longer

    We live in a world of instant gratification and infinite distraction. From steady streams of information to constant interruptions from our phones, it’s not surprising that the human attention span is now less than that of a goldfish.

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  7. Customize your site with WordPress shortcodes

    WordPress themes are great: pick a design, plug in some content and your logo, and boom, you’ve got a functioning website in under an hour. It might even look good.  That is, until you realize you picked the same theme as 3 million other people, and your portfolio looks a lot like this fashion blog and this…

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