Get a Video Membership Website

Build your business with recurring video membership subscription payments. If you are already teaching Yoga, Martial Arts, Fitness, Music, or Business Coaching your students can learn from you in their own home. It may be time for you to add a membership program to your site. Tell me what kind of membership subscription website you need by filling out the Let’s Talk contact form. After that, I’ll be in touch to schedule a call and discuss your project in greater...

WooCommerce – A Shopping Cart for WordPress

WooCommerce is a free eCommerce plugin for WordPress packed full of features. In terms of worldwide adoption and total downloads has caught up and passed respected industry giants Magento, Zen cart, Opencart and others. There is a huge number of skilled developers embracing this amazing open source cart platform. The number of plugins, enhancements and services from third parties has exploded, from a handful when Woo started in late 2011, to over 300 today. PayPal and a large number of other payment gateway options are available for WooCommerce. There are several developers focused upon a variety of slick mobile apps for WordPress and Woocommerce carts. These easy to use tools can not only help sales, but also manage the store itself, providing interactive alerts of sales, reports, customer queries and much more. Tell me what kind of help you need with your eCommerce project by filling out the Let’s Talk contact form. After that, I’ll be in touch to schedule a call and discuss your project in greater...

Protected: WordPress – Not just for Blogs

WordPress started out as a simple blogging platform in 2003 that eventually turned into a mainstream publishing platform. It allowed ordinary people to to tell their story by getting online quickly, at little cost. Today it is a fully-fledged Content Management System (CMS). Yet many, only see WordPress as a blog, not a professional website or a shopping cart. But since 2008 WordPress started to go beyond blogging. It now has the ability to compete head-on with most traditional website content-management solutions. In the US market, almost one in four new websites now run WordPress, with almost half being true content-managed ‘sites’ not blogs. In fact today, 92% of all new users now use WordPress primarily for it’s CMS website features, hence the explosion in sales of professional themes. And WordPress is used not just by bloggers and small businesses, but has the trust of corporates too. Tell me what kind of help you need with your WordPress project by filling out the Let’s Talk contact form. After that, I’ll be in touch to schedule a call and discuss your project in greater...