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(Free) subscription drive

Every four years, give or take, I make a big but cheap ask: Consider subscribing to this blog. If you’re already a subscriber, please ask five colleagues or friends to subscribe. It’s free. You can subscribe by email by putting your email address in the little box. Click below if you’re reading this in an email, then enter your email and then hit the sign up button: Your email is respected, never


WordPress 6.5 Beta 3

is here and ready for testing! This beta version of the WordPress software is under development . Please do not install, run, or test this version of WordPress on production or mission-critical websites. Instead, it is recommended you evaluate Beta 3 on a test server and site. You can test WordPress 6.5 Beta 3 in four ways: Plugin Install and activate the WordPress Beta Tester plugin on a WordPr


When to Use Automatic Call Distribution (And When to Avoid It)

Automatic call distribution (ACD) is a technology used in call centers to distribute incoming calls evenly among customer service agents. ACD helps you make sure every calling customer is connected to an agent as quickly and efficiently as possible. ACD might sound like a great idea for every type of […]


Do WordPress’ Annual Survey Results Reflect Reality in 2024?

We delve into the recent WordPress annual user survey covered by SEJ, uncovering the real sentiments behind the data. From the Gutenberg editor’s challenges to plugin management woes, we dissect the frustrations and offer a balanced perspective on WordPress’s future.


How to Make Your Brand Stand Out When Amazon’s Your Marketing Competitor

Last week, I was looking for a new yoga mat on Amazon. Being someone who plays it safe, I usually go for Amazon Basics. So, I found a lovely blue mat for about 20 dollars and added it to my cart. I almost entered my card details when I spotted a beautiful purple mat with a similar price and great reviews. Despite all the awesomeness, I hesitated because the brand was unfamiliar. But curiosity got


Cancellation Email Examples I Love (For Your Inspiration)

The best-case scenario is that a cancellation email turns a churned subscriber into a retained customer. But that’s not all the cancellation email can do. Recently, I canceled a subscription. The truth was, I wasn’t entirely satisfied with the company, and someone else could do the same thing for the same money. I left. Within hours, I received a very polite email from customer service, which mad


Will WordPress Replace Web Developers? (Expert Insights)

As WordPress grows in popularity and usage, we are often asked by our readers: will WordPress eventually replace web developers? WordPress has become the go-to solution to make websites without needing to write code or learn web development. This may give the impression that WordPress is going to replace web developers altogether. This article will debunk the myth that WordPress will replace web


Facebook Updates: Groups Changes, Ads Features, Influencer Management, and More

Are you up to date on changes from Facebook? Wondering which recent Facebook updates are important to marketers and business owners? In this article, we explore Facebook changes that affect your marketing. #1: Facebook Groups Changes On January 23, Meta announced it would shut down the Facebook Groups API within 90 days. The API allows […]


What are the stakes?

How big a swing do we need to make it feel like it matters? At the casino, some folks play with $5 chips, some with $100 chips. Do the high rollers have more fun? Are they more engaged? It’s natural to imagine that bigger swings matter more. That a bigger audience means our standup needs to be better, or a bigger investment is a signal that our business matters more. More and better aren’t the sa


SEO Website Design: Building a Search-friendly Brand Hub

Your brand’s website design might tick all the visually appealing boxes, but is it stunning to search engines? Effective SEO website design focuses on creating a user-friendly experience, encompassing aspects like mobile responsiveness, content visibility, and intuitive navigation. These factors directly impact your site’s SEO performance. Search engines favor websites that deliver a positive use


Nimva3 Review: Create Stunning WordPress Sites in a Snap

This review talks all about the Nimva3 theme for WordPress, its powerful blend of ready-to-use layouts, effortless integration with WooCommerce, and how Nimva3 can help businesses and individuals craft captivating presentation sites without coding experience.


Did You Get This? 14 Unprofessional Email Mistakes I’d Avoid at All Costs

Dear Sir/Madam: If your inbox is like mine, it’s full of emails that sound like either a nineteenth-century love letter or a text message from a teenager. To be fair, this isn’t anyone’s fault. As a society, we simply don’t teach email etiquette or retrain professionals as standards change. If you were fortunate enough to take a Business Writing class, you likely learned salutations (“Dear Sir/Ma


How to Create an Online Training Manual in WordPress (Easy Guide)

Recently, one of our users asked us if it’s possible to create an online training manual in WordPress. Training manuals are helpful for onboarding new employees, sharing product information and instructions, teaching customers how to use your products and services, and more. With the right tools, you can easily add training manuals to your website. In this article, we will show you how to create


The close proximity gap

One of the unmentioned causes of division in much of our culture happens because of the shift in expectations and rules when we begin to live in close proximity to one another. In a non-crowded setting, the default is independence. The expectation is that you can drive as fast as you like, do whatever you like with your land, say anything that’s on your mind. In a city, proximity raises the stake


The grey goo

If we take a big enough dataset… Add to it machine learning and autotune and the race to fit in and reach the masses… We end up with a relentless march toward mediocrity. Mediocre is another word for average. It has always happened as industries matured (whether it’s Motown or blenders). But then, often, a human being shows up with something that ‘everyone’ says isn’t going to work, and the game


A transformative summer

Living indoors, connected to a screen, it’s easy for the months and years to blur together. The seasons used to matter more. But for young adults, they still do. Transitions are built around the seasons, and the headlong rush to a career is still sometimes interrupted by months where there’s a chance to reset and to grow. If you know someone who’s a few months away from one of these in-between su


Can’t Find Clear IVR Pricing? These Estimates Will Help

The most basic hosted IVR plans can cost as little as $20 per user per month. For more advanced cloud-based IVR systems, prices can go up to several hundred dollars per user per month. On-premise IVR systems involve a larger upfront investment, ranging from $5,000 for the most basic setup […]


How to Surf the Web Safely Without Interruptions

The web lets us reach out to others, learn new things, and even make a living in ways previous generations could only dream of. It’s transformed our sense of community and approach to work, but there are also new challenges to overcome. On the one hand, security and privacy on the net are constantly under threat. On the other, there’s so much fascinating stuff on offer that getting sidetracked is


5 Cost-Cutting Call Center Workflows You Can Copy Right Now

Call center workflows can help you automate tasks, free up your agents’ time, stay financially lean, and ensure that customer inquiries are handled on time. However useful they may be, though, you don’t need a million workflows to get your call center going. Just the right ones. Pro-Tips for Implementing […]


Everything You Need to Know About Webinar Marketing

Webinars are a great way to teach customers about your offering or share helpful tips with your audience. They’re low-cost and generate engagement. Plus, they provide your sales team with leads from your signup form. Everybody wins — that is if people actually attend. Webinar marketing is essential to getting those numbers up and your mission out. During my eight years in marketing, I learned sev


7 Marketing Questions Teams are Asking in 2024 (+Data & Insights)

In 2024, marketers have a lot on their minds. With the rapid adoption of AI, significant changes in the search landscape, and an uncertain economy ahead, knowing how to lead your team to success seems daunting. When I’m in these situations, I take a deep breath and go for a walk to clear my head. Once I have a steady mind, I start by asking myself questions that can help guide my marketing effort


I Asked ChatGPT to Write 3 Marketing Job Inquiry Emails — Here’s What I Got

As a full-time freelancer, I’ve sent out hundreds of job inquiry emails. While I also reply to freelance role ads, I know first-hand that you can win some of the best projects by being proactive and running outreach. In fact, that’s how I started cooperating with some of the world’s most renowned brands. Just because a company you’ve got your eyes on hasn’t advertised a role doesn’t necessarily m


How to Migrate Google Business Profile Website to WordPress

The news that Google is shuttering Google Business Profile websites has made many users ask us how to migrate their site to WordPress before the service shuts down for good. In March 2024, Google will be shutting down more than 21.7 million websites created with Google Business Profiles. This is the latest in a history of Google removing products and services. If you’re one of the users who will


And it can also do that

If you were around when the Model T was first announced, you could have built the organizations that became Disney, McDonald’s and Holiday Inn, all of which were powered by cheap, plentiful cars. You could have become a major developer of suburbs, mortgage banking and even pop music record labels (car radios changed the way music was consumed). AI is here now, and the pace is astonishing. So far,


How To Make (Substantial) Money On Social Media

There are plenty of multi-millionaires that have built their wealth from their social media following, and most of them are… Continue Reading


Here’s When Website Breadcrumbs Actually Help Your Visitors

Similar to directory levels in an operating system, breadcrumbs are secondary navigational tools that help visiting users identify their current positions on websites, mobile applications, and even some offline systems. In a nutshell, breadcrumbs can help both search engines and human users find their way around your site, but it’s […]


6+ Must-Have Email Automations for Selling WooCommerce Products

WooCommerce email automations help you earn more from your online store. Learn what 6 must-have automations you can implement today.


I Asked ChatGPT to Write 5 Different Farewell Emails to Send to My Coworkers — Here’s What I Got

Goodbyes are hard. And it’s even more challenging when you must say goodbye through email. Recently, I left my full-time teaching position to pursue a writing career. Sending a farewell email to my close colleagues, unaware of my decision to transition to a new job, was bittersweet. I preferred to say goodbye in person, but sometimes, time only allows for a farewell email. And that’s okay. If you


How Your JavaScript Can Benefit Your SEO

If you’ve ever been to a stunning, interactive website that makes you simultaneously want to throw confetti in the air and share it with your friends, there’s a good chance it was built with JavaScript. In fact, any site that uses Google Analytics (and other tracking tools) or features interactive elements or web applications also uses JavaScript, a nearly omnipresent coding language. The possibi


8 Email Disclaimer Examples I Love (For Your Inspiration)

If I reach the footer of an email in my inbox, it usually means one of two things: 1) The email was so engaging I read all the way to the end (that’s rare), or 2) I scrolled down to unsubscribe. There, sandwiched between social icons and the company logo, lies the humble email disclaimer. An email disclaimer is a legal statement that protects the sender from some legal liability. Legal disclosure


What Is Google E-E-A-T? A Detailed Guide to WordPress Websites

Perhaps you have heard about Google’s E-E-A-T guidelines and are wondering what they mean for your WordPress website. Google’s search algorithm and guidelines are constantly changing and evolving to make sure that search engine results pages (SERPs) prioritize quality content that’s helpful and accurate. Although E-E-A-T is not a direct ranking factor, Google wants to serve results with strong E-


Instagram Lead Generation Strategy

Want more leads from Instagram? Wondering which Instagram content types to use at each stage of the buyer journey? In this article, we’ll explore Instagram lead generation strategy. Why Should Marketers Use Instagram to Generate Leads? With over 2 billion monthly active users, Instagram presents a significant opportunity for businesses to connect with potential customers. […]



It’s sort of the opposite of “cued.” In addition to being delightful to spell, the idea of work that’s queued up is energizing. The chapter ahead of schedule, the process in place for the next quarter, the continued commitment to learning… It is locked, loaded and ready to go. It’s work that requires timing and foresight, and it’s an asset. Knowing that it’s ready and waiting gives you the leverage


Web3 Crypto Malware: Angel Drainer – From Phishing Sites to Malicious Injections

Since January 2024, there has been a notable surge in attacks by a novel form of website malware targeting Web3 and cryptocurrency assets. This malware, spread across multiple campaigns, uses crypto drainers to steal and

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