Leveraging WordPress for Content Marketing Success

By Dan Maby | January 16, 2024
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The Cornerstone of Digital Strategies Content marketing has become an essential aspect of digital marketing strategies worldwide, offering a platform for businesses to engage with their audiences on a deeper level. Central to successful content marketing campaigns is a robust content management system, with WordPress leading the charge. WordPress: Beyond Blogging WordPress is renowned for […]

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Landing Pages – The Ultimate Guide (Best Practices, Examples)

By Dan Maby | April 8, 2020
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Landing pages are an all but necessary part of marketing campaigns. Yet, crafting one that actually gets you conversions isn’t easy. There’s a lot that goes into a successful landing page, from the images you include to the copy you write to even the text you use in your call to action. Every little element […]

WordCamp Europe 2020 Will Be Hosted Online

By Dan Maby | April 7, 2020
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After the decision last month to postpone WordCamp Europe 2020, the organizers announced they will be moving the event online for free. The event will take place on June 4-6, and the team has even arranged a virtual Contributor Day on the 4th. The event will be completely free and anyone who bought a ticket […]

4 Ways Google Site Kit Can Benefit Developers

By Dan Maby | April 7, 2020
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From page speed testing to analytics, Google tools play a pivotal role in the management, maintenance, and optimization of WordPress sites. However, one pitfall of using third-party services is that they cause minor delays in an otherwise efficient workflow. Fortunately, Google just made integrating its products with WordPress easier. Its new Site Kit plugin lets […]

How to Use a VPN in SEO Strategy

By Dan Maby | April 3, 2020
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We all know that a virtual private network (VPN) is a useful technology to establish a secure connection to another network. A large number of people across the globe use VPN to gain access to a region-restricted website, bypass Netflix ban, or shield their browsing activities while torrenting. These are some of the common uses […]

How A WordPress User Can Trade on Amazon

By Dan Maby | April 2, 2020
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If you aren’t selling on Amazon, you could be missing out on 300 million active users in 180+ countries. That’s a massive audience that is at your fingertips. This article is designed to help you integrate your WordPress store with Amazon, and show you how to integrate your products. Full speed ahead! Why integrate with […]

Torque’s Social Hour: March 30th, 2020

By Dan Maby | April 1, 2020
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Like everyone else out there, we are trying new ways to reach and engage with our audience. Recently we’ve been experimenting with a live stream with the Torque Team and Anthony Burchell discussing the latest WordPress news, life in quarantine, and more. We plan on airing new episodes live each Monday at 3pm PST. You […]

Torque Toons: April Fool’s Day is Cancelled

By Dan Maby | April 1, 2020
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Good news, April Fool’s Day is cancelled this year. The post Torque Toons: April Fool’s Day is Cancelled appeared first on Torque.

WordPress Version Control – Why and How to Use It (+Plugins!)

By Dan Maby | April 1, 2020
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Organizing a team of editors, developers, and designers is never a simple task. Trying to keep track of what each of them is doing on your WordPress site can seem all but impossible. What if someone makes a mistake and your entire website goes down? You won’t know what happened, who did it or likely […]

3 Types of Hosting for Any Website Budget

By Dan Maby | March 30, 2020
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One of the most challenging aspects of setting up a new website is choosing the right web host. If you’ve never done so before, the sheer range of hosting providers and plans available can be both intimidating and hard to navigate. The good news is that there’s a perfect hosting plan out there for you, […]

3 Hidden Gems Of Gutenberg

By Dan Maby | March 27, 2020
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You could make the case that much (maybe too much) of Gutenberg’s user interface is hidden or not exactly in the direct line of sight. Gutenberg has a “need-to-know” characteristic in that since it is so contextual, UI only appears when it is necessary. Streamlining is quite mandatory in a complex editing environment. Not every […]

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