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WordPress best practices in the form of themes, plugins and articles.
WordPress best practices in the form of themes, plugins and articles.

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Beginners’ Guide to Turning Your WordPress Blog into an eCommerce Store with WooCommerce http://thematosoup.com/guide-wordpress-store-ecommerce-woocommerce/

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Most people find your website, read some information, leave and then never return. Only a few of them really do something that will boost your conversion rate.

Wouldn’t it be great for your business to convert some of those people to subscribe to your mailing list?

http://thematosoup.com/email-marketing-plugins/

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WordPress is a great platform, not only for hosting blogs, but also building entire websites. It is more dependable and comes with all the advantages of open-source software, including full customization and zero cost.

http://thematosoup.com/frequent-wordpress-challenges-solutions/

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If conferences are not your thing, I understand. They were never mine either, but only until I attended WordCamp for the very first time.

#wceu   #WordPres  

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Fixed headers are becoming increasingly popular, because they add value in terms of both usability and aesthetics.

They help improve user experience of your website, but they also enable you to keep your branding always visible, subconsciously putting a signature to your content.

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Your business is something you should nurture and take care of, your website is just the extension of it and needs that same attention.

Starting with one clear message and then expanding or tweaking it is the way to go.

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We rarely do theme roundups on ThematoSoup, but these WordPress themes may just be worth it. Give them a try and tell us what you think.

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 The truth is that many blogs with excellent content don’t get read because of one often overlooked aspect of blogging: design.

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Blogging is like trying to build a car; you can’t really do much without tools to help you do it. Writing a post is all well and good, but at the end of the day they’re just words.

To really capture and engage your readers, you’ll need some spice and pizzazz to keep them around. On top of that, you’ll need some tools that can help you check for optimization and optimal writing style.

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A blog that sings can bring you traffic, shares, and all kinds of wonderful things.

Through my experience, I bring you these actionable tips that you can start working into your blog’s design today!
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