Posts Tagged “tools”

Building Blocks: WordPress Or Website Builder?

Posted on October 16th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

So you’ve decided to build a website. Chances are you’ve pictured it in your mind a hundred times. You probably have a very specific plan of attack once it’s built and ready to go. However, achieving the finished product might have you stumped. Transferring an idea from inside your mind onto the actual internet can…

Project Management Tools For Remote-Working Teams

Posted on February 20th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Until a few years ago, working on a project with colleagues required endless update meetings and round-robin email chains. Thankfully those days are now behind us. The arrival of cloud computing has seen a variety of project management tools being launched. These platforms are ideal for remote-working teams to collaborate, providing real-time updates on individual…

Ecommerce Tools You Should (And Shouldn’t) Use

Posted on January 26th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Ecommerce accounted for less than 10% of retail sales in America last year. That’s a shockingly low figure, especially considering most consumers express a preference for shopping online rather than in-store. Almost everyone has easy access to the internet, yet too few of us feel confident about clicking Buy Now. And despite numerous predictions about…

How Plugins Work

Posted on November 21st, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Since its launch in 2003, WordPress has evolved from a modest blogging platform into the world’s leading content management system. Today, this famous CMS powers a quarter of all live websites, with endlessly customizable templates and skins. However, the core program code doesn’t always meet the needs of more specialized clients. This is where plugins…

Work Smarter, Not Harder!

Posted on July 7th, 2017 by Guest Blogger

In the 20th century, productivity meant something entirely different from what it means today. Working from nine to five, within the constraints of office hours and non-digital forms of communication, meant that you could only move as fast as the fax machine and phone lines would allow. Now, with the idea of the “work week”…

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