Want to learn how to setup and manage your own SEO? Due to massive demand we'll again be offering our popular SEO training for WordPress. Our first class in 2017 will be in Brisbane on the 9th February. During the class I'll demonstrate what you need to do to rank well in Google and Bing. There … [Read more...] about Learn WordPress SEO in Brisbane
Almost two years ago I published a post titled 'How to get Mailchimp Subscriber Popup working in WordPress'. That has been one of my most visited posts however things have changed and it's important to know the danger of using a pop-up email marketing subscribe form, whether Mailchimp, Aweber, … [Read more...] about How a Popup Subscribe Form Destroys Your SEO
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Did you know that WordPress purposefully reduces your image quality? WordPress does this to reduce image filesize which makes web pages load faster. For the majority of websites the minimal quality reduction is probably a good tradeoff for a better user experience for visitors (and SEO). If … [Read more...] about Improve WordPress Image Quality Instantly
Keeping your WordPress website very secure is free. Yes, for whatever reason people perceive free things as of a lower quality. This is a big mistake when it comes to WordPress as your website can be near unbreakable for, well, free! Mandatory WordPress security basics If you're not already doing … [Read more...] about Rock-solid free security for WordPress
We're proud to note that we are now getting over 1,000 unique visits per day for most days of the week. This means nearly 24,000 unique visits a month (Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays are less visited days). I started blogging about Management theory originally (this is an interest of mine). As I got … [Read more...] about We get 1000 visits a day!
I've used the Google PageSpeed service for numerous WordPress websites over the past years. I've found it both brilliant but also frustrating at times. In the past six months I've moved from PageSpeed to CloudFlare for all my websites and recommend CloudFlare to almost all my clients. Webpage load … [Read more...] about Goodbye Google PageSpeed Service
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