Deliver Training Through WordPress with LearnDash

With social isolation and remote working being the norm globally, many businesses are looking for ways to extend training online. This is especially true for consultants and training companies who are typically used to face-to-face-training delivery.

6 Actions to Drive More Website Visitors

Recently I had a conversation with a new client about how to bring more people to her website as she was suffering from low visitor numbers. Here are six key actions I suggested as a way to remedy poor traffic.

Email Harvesting and Protecting Yourself from Spam

Anyone who uses email, knows how much time is wasted every day sorting real email from the junk in your inbox. Are you tired of deleting lots of spam? Here are a few rules you can follow to eliminate more of it from your inbox.

Should I migrate to WordPress 5 Gutenberg?

With the most recent upgrade of WordPress – to 5.0 and above – you’ll notice some big changes to the way you create pages and content. Newer versions of WordPress have now incorporated block based design, which is very different to the WYSYWIG editor of the previous versions. I wanted to take some time to talk about the differences so you can make an informed choice about which way to go.

5 Ways to Repel a Brute Force Attack

Brute Force attacks are a way of guessing your password. Hackers use automated ‘robots’ to discover username and password combinations to exploit your website. Here are some useful tips that we can all use to protect your website.

A Better Way to Build Websites

We feel there’s a better way than fulfilling the demands of a requirements document – and it’s about putting our clients at the centre of what we do.