How To Migrate A WordPress Site From One Web Host To Another (The Easy Way)

22/06/2017 by  Ben Brown  in WordPress

Moving a WordPress site from one web host to another used to be a nightmare. Especially if you had little or no technical knowledge.   But migrating WordPress sites just got a little easier thanks to a plugin called Duplicator.   In this post, I’ll take you through the step-by-step process of moving your website […]

The Most User-Friendly Web Host Ever? A Guide to HostGator Cloud’s Dashboard

30/05/2017 by  Daren Low  in News & Update

Web hosting often suffers from one big problem:   Poor user-experience.   Especially for beginners, it can be complicated, daunting, and frustrating to figure out the technical aspects.   You notice this most when you load up the standard “cPanel” that comes with most web hosts. This is the console or dashboard used to manage […]

Is Your Email Marketing Working? 14 Essential Metrics to Measure (The Definitive Email Marketing Guide Part 6)

29/03/2017 by  Daren Low  in Email Marketing

When it comes to data, statistics and numbers, I’m kind of a geek.   I love combing through my Google Analytics figures. I’m obsessed with measuring my email marketing campaigns. I love graphs and tables and numbers.   With email marketing metrics, I can see immediately who’s opening my newsletters. I can see my best […]

How To Add Live Chat Support Into Your WordPress

23/03/2017 by  Mustaasam Saleem  in WordPress

This is a guest post by Mustaasam Saleem from Cloudways.   Entering the new millennium, concepts of cloud and web applications have made the world of website development more efficient and effective. WordPress is by far one of the best CMS application in the world. Almost 27% of the sites over the Internet are designed […]

HostGator Cloud Review: Lightning Fast & No Downtime?

13/03/2017 by  Daren Low  in News & Update

HostGator Cloud Daren Low Cloud hosting is faster and more reliable than almost any standard host you’ve used in the past.   And while HostGator is a name you might normally associate with budget hosting, their new cloud service is a whole different ball game.   We’ve been running tests on HostGator’s cloud servers for […]

Instagram Tools & Strategies No One’s Talking About

08/03/2017 by  Gigi Khaos  in Social Media

This is a guest post by Gigi Khaos from Strikingly.   All you want to do is grow your audience on Instagram and lead them to your store, or blog, for them to make a purchase, or sign up to your email list.   You’ve read the PLETHORA of posts about what it takes to […]

How To Install An Easy, Customizable Map On Your WordPress: Google Maps Widget Review

27/02/2017 by  Daren Low  in WordPress

If you’ve used our server speed checker recently, you might have noticed a cool new feature: the interactive server location map.   When you measure your server speed with Bitcatcha, we run tests from eight different locations around the world. It’s the only way we can ensure your site loads quickly from every part of […]

How I Lost Money on Shopify’s Shipping Cost (& Then Fixed It!)

17/02/2017 by  Ben Brown  in Shopify

When I set up my first Shopify store, I lost quite a lot of money.   It started off good (at least, I thought so!) I easily launched the store with Shopify, I had tons of orders coming in, and I was pleased with the way everything was going along.   It wasn’t until I […]

The Perfect Subject Line: These 18 Tricks Will Help You Nail It (The Definitive Email Marketing Guide Part 5)

10/02/2017 by  Daren Low  in Email Marketing

Subject lines make or break your email campaign.   Heck, they can make or break your business.   Email marketing is the most effective and lucrative way to connect with your customers. But if your subscribers aren’t opening your emails, you’re missing out on a ton of sales and conversions.         The […]

19 Simple Tricks To Get A 40% Email Open Rate (The Definitive Email Marketing Guide Part 4)

02/02/2017 by  Daren Low  in Email Marketing

If you’ve ever sent an email campaign, you know ‘the fear’ of pressing the ‘send’ button.   You’re about to send thousands of emails out there, but will anyone open them?   According to a recent report, the average email open rate is 22.87%. But it’s possible to get this much higher with a few clever […]