Today marks the 8th anniversary of the WordPress 101 video tutorial series. Here’s a quick look back at just how far our little ’side project‘ has come since it was first launched in 2008, plus a special “thank you” to eight key people who have helped WP101 be what it is today. Plus, save $8 on any course or membership with coupon code: CELEBR8
Probably the most frequent question asked by those considering WordPress for their website or blog is, “Should I use WordPress.com or WordPress.org?”. There are hundreds of helpful blog articles out there addressing the differences between WordPress.org and WordPress.com, but they don’t quite answer the question concerning which one you should use, depending on your needs.
Images make your site more interesting and add visual appeal to your pages and posts, but they can be challenging to work with and even negatively impact your site’s performance. We have found some image plugins that make working with and displaying images easier while improving your website’s speed and functionality.
We’ve showed you how to install Google Analytics on your WordPress site. We’ve showed you how to install and configure the new Monster Insights for Google Analytics plugin. Now we’re wrapping up our 2-part MonsterInsights series with a deep dive into the Dashboard and Reporting features of this great plugin.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could see how visitors discover and use your website, so you can keep them coming back? In this first of a two-part series, we’ll explore the MonsterInsights plugin for Google Analytics and show you how it can provide more meaningful data about your website.
Setting up your WordPress site is a major accomplishment, but it’s only the first step in achieving your website goals. You now need to start pulling in data that can show you how your visitors interact with your site. In this post we’re going to show you the easiest ways to add the most popular (and free!) website analytics tracking to your website: Google Analytics.
WordPress 4.5 was released on April 12, 2016, and contains only a few user-facing improvements to the Customizer and inline linking functionality. Still, these updates make WordPress even stronger from a branding and mobile usage standpoint.
Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of our long-awaited course for WooCommerce! We’ve partnered with WooCommerce expert, Daniel Espinoza, to create Getting Started with WooCommerce — a 22-part tutorial series for beginners, designed to help you start selling products or services on your own WordPress website.
One of the most common questions we get asked here at WP101 is how to easily add a simple contact form to a WordPress website. Despite WordPress being one of the easiest ways to build a website, adding a contact form has always proven to be a challenge to beginners and a hassle for WordPress professionals. Until now!
Are you a WordPress website developer, designer, or marketer? Do you have clients that want to learn WordPress and you want to teach, but you simply do not have the time or content ready? Let us show you the different ways you can use WP101 content to both teach your clients WordPress and add value to your brand.