eCommerce site migration

WordPress eCommerce Site Migrations Made Easy

Editor’s Note: This post is crafted from my interview with Adam Warner, co-founder of FooPlugins and brand ambassador for the WP Valet, and Eric Hoanshelt, co-founder and CTO of the WP Valet. Adam is an internet addict and is passionate...

/ January 13, 2014
Sell with WordPress | eCommerce Platforms / Plugins for WordPress

Launching an eCommerce site

This is post 6 of 6 in the series “Launch an eCommerce Site” (Click to expand) We’ve had a theme for our articles over the past couple weeks. If you haven’t been keeping up with them, we’ve basically been covering a...

/ November 18, 2013
WordPress Hosting

All About WordPress Hosting

This is post 4 of 6 in the series “Launch an eCommerce Site” (Click to expand) Okay before we start, let’s talk about why hosting matters. I want you to think about your own browsing behavior. If you go to a...

/ November 12, 2013
Sell with WordPress | Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup: November 8, 2013

You all know the deal by now: it’s Friday, so we compile the week’s top WordPress eCommerce news and give it all to you in one digestible little morsel. Nice, huh? Check out this week’s top headlines and announcements: First,...

/ November 8, 2013
Sell with WordPress | Choosing DNS Hosting Services

Selecting a DNS Hosting Service

This is post 2 of 6 in the series “Launch an eCommerce Site” (Click to expand) Most people don’t know much (or care much) about DNS hosting services, since many times, DNS hosting service is provided by your domain name registrar....

/ October 30, 2013
Sell with WordPress | How to Choose a Domain Name Registrar

Choosing a Domain Name Registrar

This is post 1 of 6 in the series “Launch an eCommerce Site” (Click to expand) If you’re setting up an online shop for the first time, there’s a lot that will probably be confusing, such as how to register your...

/ October 28, 2013
Sell with WordPress | Yoast WordPress SEO plugin

Why You Should Use the WordPress SEO Plugin by Yoast

One of the reasons WordPress is so great is how SEO friendly the platform is. Google eats up quality content, and WordPress is designed to deliver and manage content in the easiest way possible, making it pretty SEO-friendly as a...

/ October 22, 2013