If you are a client, and not a WordPress developer or designer, you may not know what Custom Post Types are, and certainly not why you might need them on your site. And if you're a blogger, with nothing more on your mind than just blogging, Custom Post Types, may not be a thing for you at all. But [read more] about Why Do You Need Custom Post Types?
I've set up a few MailChimp accounts for different clients and uses. At this point, I'd say I could set up an RSS based email campaign without batting an eyelash, because that's what I've done the most. I know, however, that although this is an incredible feature (one which is still not offered [read more] about Contact the Locals with MailChimp
I recently had a fairly serious issue with my website which threatened, and at one point, actually did, take my entire site down. Thankfully, my host's tech support was willing to work with me to make sure my site kept working, and finally, to resolve the problem. The process took a few days, and [read more] about How to Navigate Tech Support Without Losing Your Mind
Everyone else is collecting data, so shouldn't you be, too? It sounds scary, but it shouldn't be. My work is a mixture of building brand new websites for clients who have never had an online presence and of renovating websites for clients who have been online for a while. For the former, we have [read more] about Don’t Be Afraid of Your (website) Data
Did you know that when you have a WordPress site, you have a library? It's called your Media Library and it's full of every photo, video, or audio file you've ever uploaded to your site. Why is this important? Well, sometimes you work on a post, upload a photo, insert the photo, and then [read more] about Managing Your Media (Library)
I have a bit of a problem. With an app I use. On my phone. To track how much walking I do with the puppy (note: I will never, ever be a runner, but she and I are doing a lot of walking and we enjoy it. The geek in me likes to see how far we go). The problem is not that the app likes to cheer me on. [read more] about don’t lose me with your email marketing.