Roughly one third of the internet is run on WordPress. It was a ground-breaking content management system, and it remains one of the most versatile systems on the web today. Not only can you create a blog, but you can create an online forum, sell products online and run a membership website.

There’s a lot to learn about WordPress. These posts will help you learn more about the CMS for whatever your needs, from creating content, running your website or working with the code directly.

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What to look for in a pre-built WordPress theme

Digital Marketing, User Experience, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

Pre-built WordPress themes are a great option if you're short on time and money. But how do you find the one that will grow your business? Here are some guidelines to follow to help you make that right decision.

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How to use page builders correctly

Small Business, Website Planning, WordPress

Page builders are very tempting to use, especially if you're a non-developer. But things can go wrong with them pretty quickly if you're not careful. Here's how to use them correctly.

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Navigating the WordPress theme landscape

Small Business, Web Design, WordPress

The WordPress theme landscape is just as cluttered as plugins. But a theme is arguably more important to your site than a plugin. So how do you wade through the themes to find the right one.

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Always stay up to date with WordPress Core

Website Security, WordPress

I'm always baffled when I run across a website that has a really old version of WordPress running. I know some people still aren't on version 5.0 because of Gutenberg, but you still should stay updated for security and the newest features.

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Gutenberg and small business websites

Featured, Gutenberg, Small Business, WordPress, WordPress

Gutenberg will present a drastic change for users of WordPress, especially folks who use it to power a website for their small business. But once you get passed the learning curve, the possibilities really become endless.