Every professional needs tools to work and WordPress developers are no less. In this post I present my favorite editors and explain what makes them special. But, remember, there is no perfect tool; You are the one who decides what is good and what is not.
If you want to create a new website or redesign your currently one, we suggest you a we hope they can serve as inspiration.
If you decided to improve your WordPress knowledge, here you have a list of books that will help you in your purpose of being a better professional.
If you have or plan to have a Software as a Service (SaaS) business model you should have a platform for billing and manage all recurring payments. In this post we analyze some of the characteristics that you should take into account before choosing the one that is right for you and some interesting solutions you can find in the market.
Planning is a key task in your content marketing strategy. Learn how to create your editorial calendar and achieve success with your blog.
WordPress only allows uploading certain file types to the media library, but changing this behavior is very easy. Learn to do it yourself.
If you’re interested in creating a promotional video for your services, our experience might help you. In this post, we present the tools we used for creating Nelio Content’s promotional video, share the tips and tricks we applied, and disclose our budget.
On the internet you’ll find many resources where you can learn WordPress for free. This post compiles some courses, videos, workshops, and tutorials with which you can become a WordPress pro without spending money.
The title of an article should be its most attractive part. Learn some tricks to get the most out of your titles and increase your readers.
Before starting a marketing plan in any startup, you need a minimum training on marketing. Luckily, there is lots of very interesting information on marketing written by professionals with extensive experience in the matter. In this post I’ll review what has been most useful to us to achieve “the minimum requirements” we needed, in the order in which I would have liked to learn it.