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Invaluable lessons learnt at WordCamp Sydney 2018

The beauty of attending a WordCamp event is not only all the new things you learn about WordPress, but the networking with like-minded people who share a passion or interest for the same amazing open-source platform.  Past work colleagues & life long friendsNew friends amongst the WordPress community   Networking[…]

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Search Engine Optimisation Basics at WordCamp Sydney 2018

This year I decided to push myself even further outside of my comfort zone by volunteering to speak at the annual WordCamp conference. Not only is it a great opportunity for me to practice public speaking and network with others in my industry, it is also a great way for[…]

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Free A/B split testing for your website

Sure its probably been around for a little while now, but not everyone is an expert in all the Google Analytics tools. Discovering this little free tool was the highlight of my day today. Not only can I get comparison data when testing out slight changes to my website, but[…]

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Is a dropshipping online business right for you?

Finding the right tool for the job can be difficult as there is a number of options available. Below I have explored each of them in as much detail as available at the time from a web developer and new business owners perspective. If you have a limited budget (and[…]

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Improve your search engine ranking

My love affair with search engine optimisation started when I had my own small business (DigiGifts – a personalised & photo gifts online store) over six years ago. Like many new small business owners I had very little funds to back my business venture with the hopes of making it[…]

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The work-from-home resistance

In a country such as Australia where there are increasing issues with commuting, there still seems to be quite a stigma towards employees working from home.  Too many people spend hours each day travelling to and from work. Daily commuting also contributes to commuters’ stress levels; consequently, extended and unpredictable trips can significantly[…]

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Tips for securing your WordPress website

Even though WordPress advises that they take security seriously, it is easy to make your website vulnerable to hackers and viruses with ease if you’re not cautious. As with any system there are potential security issues that may arise if some basic security precautions aren’t taken. This post will take[…]

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