Riddle me this: What’s greeted often and yet highly neglected at the same time? Your About page.
An article on Inc. showed that one of the first three pages a consumer often visits is your About page.Read More
Hey everyone! I want to introduce my good friend, Ariel. Ariel is a blogger and a regular around the Portland WordPress scene. She wrote up a great article for us about using Beaver Builder with ManageWP. It’s a real powerhouse combo. We love ManageWP’s service (and their community news aggregator is really cool too). Anyways, I’ll her…Read More
Hello there! It’s update-post time! Well, I had grand plans for this blog post that ended up going awry. A couple weeks ago, I was all geared up to go to WordCamp Sacramento! I had a box full of swag, a hotel room, a bunch of people that I planned to connect with. I was hoping…Read More
This post was contributed by Melissa Geissinger, a long time friend of FastLine Media out of Santa Rosa, CA. Her book, 1 Day Web Designer: How To Be A More Productive Freelancer, teaches how to build a website for a client in just one day working faster and smarter, having better client relationships and allowing…Read More
The era of slow, expensive and unprovable web design is coming to an end as would-be clients are getting hip to other website creation options. Instead of fighting this change, I recommend embracing it by focusing on clients’ business needs and ditching technologies and skills that don’t follow this philosophy. Faster WordPress development = happier…Read More
While it’s been great fun creating our own website, page layouts and skins using Beaver Builder, it’s even more rewarding to see what others are building with our products! If you are interested in being featured in a customer spotlight blog post, please contact us. We would love to hear from you! Today, we will be visiting with Mike McKearin…Read More
We’ve all seen it done plenty of times. What am I talking about? The WordPress editor, stuffed with HTML or shortcodes to build a custom page layout. That may be fine and dandy if you’re a developer and the only one working on a page, but what if the page you built was for a client that wants to make changes once you’re done?Read More