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Given you’re here, you probably love plugins just as much as me (which is a lot). They’re a little bit like cocaine though: Addictive and harmful in large doses. So you have to be careful with what kinds of plugins you install. Especially on client sites, as when poo hits the fan because a bad … Read more
This post dives into an exciting new tool from the guys over at Beaver Builder. It’s no secret that I freakin’ love Beaver Builder. It’s completely changed the way (and speed with which) we build websites. If you don’t already know, Beaver Builder is a page builder for WordPress. It stands out from other builders … Read more
Do you use ThemeForest themes for your clients? If so, you might find this post contentious, or at least interesting. Over the years of building websites for clients, I was asked about a lot of different TF themes. I of course told them what I thought. The response is usually “What’s wrong with ThemeForest?” This post aims to … Read more
Over the last few months, I’ve been checking out lots of different communities that web designers can go to for advice. I’m not talking about design inspiration or purely technical advice, instead advice for running a great business. There are loads of different communities all over the web including LinkedIn, Facebook and the good old … Read more
The marketing automation tool we chose (and why) The world of marketing automation is a big and somewhat scary one. There are so many tools to choose from and it seems more are being added all the time. We’ve played with a lot of them and have just never been happy. Here’s the one we … Read more
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