People read about 20% of your post. Is your post 1.5K words long? Your readers will skim through it and read about 300 words. If you want to engage with your audience, you’d better write the perfect introduction—it might be the only thing they read about your post anyway!
Petya Raykovska is one of the most active members in the WordPress community. She’s part of the WordCamp Europe team and one of the coordinators in the WordPress Polyglots team. Don’t miss this beautiful interview!
Last week one of our customers opened a support ticket describing a weird issue with one of our plugins. Surprisingly, it wasn’t our fault—a third-party plugin broke ours.
With WordPress, you have the ability to create a network of sites by using the multisite feature. In this post, we discuss the pros and cons of WordPress multisites and teach you how to activate this feature in a fresh WordPress installation.
Nowadays, it’s quite common to see Google Maps embedded in a website—they’re a great tool for letting your visitors know where they can find you or where an event you’re organizing will take place. Learn how you can add one in your WordPress site.
The WordPress community is huge, with members from all over the globe and completely different backgrounds. Today, we interview Laura Sacco, a member of the Italian WordPress Community and a Global Translator Editor.
If you run a blog, you’re probably interested in building a loyal reader base. In this post, we present the top 5 problems all bloggers face while trying to achieve this and how Nelio Content helps you to overcome them all.
One of the most successful things we were doing in one of our previous blogs was interviewing WordPress professionals. So we’ve decided to share our interviews to all our English-speaking readers. In this post, we interview Fernando Tellado, one of the most influencing and interesting people in the Spanish Community.
Doors are easy to operate—either you push or pull it to open it, right? And yet, there’s plenty of doors we fail to open on our first attempt, making it necessary to add Push/Pull signs on them. So, if opening a door is not that easy, what about using a computer program? In this post, I review the book “The Design of Everyday Things”, by Don Norman, which has some beautiful insights about design.
In 2015 we helped over 30 business to move their sites to WordPress. So believe me when I tell you—WordPress is the best platform you can use to create your website. Discover the top 10 reasons why it’s so cool!