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18 Creative Ways to Make More Money with WordPress in Q4

Things have been chugging along fine all year long with sales projections looking mostly positive. Then you start to panic about the holidays... Here are some great ways to bolster your business so you can finish the year on a strong note.

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24 Ways to Prepare Your eCommerce Site for Cyber November

You've heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday – but did you know Cyber November is a thing, too? The holiday sale season just keeps getting longer. Here's our guide to preparing your eCommerce site for the holiday shopping influx. 

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Handling Form Submissions in WordPress with Admin-Post and Admin-Ajax

One for the developer crowd: Learn how to handle custom form submissions using the WordPress API in this step-by-step tutorial.

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10 Powerful Reasons Why Your Website Needs a Promo Video

In case you haven't heard by now, video is the way of the future in web design and marketing. That's why we've put together these compelling reasons you need a promo video and a tutorial for how you can easily create one. 

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5 Smart Plugins for Generating More Leads with WordPress

You've created high-quality content to lure visitors to your site. That's great! But now you've got to inspire them to take one more step. By utilizing a lead generation plugin on your WordPress site, you’ll empower visitors to opt-in to communications from you. 

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