In this post I am going to take you through how to set up Mailerlite for the first time, connect it to your blog, and then how to start accepting email signups from a form on your website. Finally, I will show you how to create an autoresponder to go out as soon as someone signs up.
With the best will in the world, technology sometimes just says ‘no’ doesn’t it? You think you have been super organised to write and schedule your post ahead of time only to find the post says ‘Missed Schedule’ next to it in red.
Did you know, that it is perfectly possible to check your blog’s site speed using just your web browser? I have been using this method to check the speed for quite a while now, but more recently there is even more you can do.
A few months ago, I quietly switched to Thrive Theme Builder without telling anybody! I’d been thinking about it for a while, not because I wanted to move away from GeneratePress, but because I was curious to see how it would work out. Here’s how it went.
Have you ever needed to copy a post and couldn’t find a way? There is actually no way to do it fully in native WordPress. You would think this basic need would be baked into core WordPress, wouldn’t you?
Large images on your website are the No. 1 reason for slow loading webpages. You could have super-fast hosting such and a super-lightweight theme but your blog might still load up slowly (particularly on mobile).
I reveal how you can solve that problem.
If you dismissed the Gutenberg editor as not worth bothering with. Think again. This plugin changes everything!
Changing the default login URL is an effective way to stop the majority of bots who try to gain access to your website.
Fortunately, it is super easy to change the URL because there is a plugin you can install which is effective and lightweight, and it is super-easy to set up, with no technical knowledge required.