I had a new client phone me asking to look into a weird problem he was having with WooCommerce. The bug was one of those really tricky ones that didn’t make much sense. I’ll explain the bug and how I fixed it. Continue reading
Month: May 2016
The power and fun of Twitter chats and how you find them
Twitter chats are an engaging way of talking to people with the same interests as you or talking to people who live local to you. They are an excellent way of promoting your business or interests. You may not be aware of them or what Twitter chats are so let’s look into the what and how in more detail. Continue reading
Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting Review
WordPress can be a good way to get a website online quite cheaply but there are options available with regards to hosting a WordPress site that you need to know before you decide which one is right for you. So let’s take a look at the options… Continue reading
Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm boost has gone live
Google announced last year that it was planning to rank mobile friendly websites higher. The roll-out has been completed and it was officially announced today… Continue reading
Want more people following you on Twitter? These are the 5 basic MUST do’s!
If you’re new to Twitter it can be a little confusing on where to start and how to get followers. Unless you’re very famous you’re not going to get 1000’s of new followers after a single tweet. I screen everyone before I follow them and so do many others that I know.
There are some real basic things you MUST do before you start your journey on Twitter so let’s look at the easiest top 5 things to do. Continue reading
When asking for money goes horribly wrong on Social Media
I recently witnessed a heated debacle on Facebook and it makes you realise you should never underestimate the power of the people. Continue reading
The real cost of devs using mediocre computers
I contracted for many years. All the companies were the same in that the computer equipment we used was exactly the same as everyone else in the company. That’s great if you’re only using it to send emails or write a word document. When it comes to Devs, both front-end and back-end there is a huge cost to this poor decision. Continue reading