Robot Ninja is a must for your WooCommerce online store. Don’t wait till someone does a tweet and tells the world that your shopping cart isn’t working.
In this week’s WordPress news: WordPress 4.9.6 is released with privacy features, repository plugin cleanup, WordSesh and false alarm on WP update via Google search console.
If you create a lot of content on your WordPress site, or are constantly editing and updating it, be safe rather than sorry if something goes wrong.
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This week we talk about WooCommerce 3.4 and GDPR, Gutenberg blocks for WooCommerce product pages, digital currency and online stores, Stripe Radar and Square buys Weebly.
Learn how you can get total control over your WordPress sidebars while making sure they don’t inadvertently distract your readers.
In this podcast I had the chance to chat with Lindsey Miller about her work in politics, how she met Cory and played a role at iThemes, and what made her decide to work for a managed WordPress hosting company.
This week we look are looking at Google Analytics data retention controls, WordCamp US Community Bazaar, new photo library for WordPress.com members and the first WordCamp retreat.
If you recommend hosts to your clients, is it okay to give them an affiliate link?
If you run a WooCommerce powered online store, you need the right mix of tools and peace of mind. Learn about Managed WooCommerce Hosting at Liquid Web.
If you publish on your blog quite often, an editorial calendar is a must-have.
If you use Amazon affiliate links on your WordPress blog and want to be able better manage of them, here is your solution.