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7 Things to Do after Installing WordPress

7 Things to Do after Installing WordPress

You’ve taken the first steps toward building your own website after installing WordPress, but are asking yourself, what comes next?

(You can check out our WordPress Installation guide here)

Well WordPress is an incredible content management system (CMS)—the most popularly used worldwide—and is pretty easy to learn. But after installing WordPress for yourself and seeing the blank slate of your new website, moving forward can seem intimidating.

5 Perfect eLearning Subjects for 2019

5 Perfect eLearning Subjects for 2019

The wealth of information sharing on the internet has elevated eLearning into one of the most popular ways for people to explore topics that interest them and obtain new skills.

And really, it’s only natural that eLearning is growing so rapidly. Because of it, people who are passionate about teaching now easily share what they know, and audiences now quickly find the material they want. Plus, due to the countless numbers of courses being created all the time, there are eLearning subjects for virtually everything.

How to Install WordPress on Your Website

How to Install WordPress on Your Website

WordPress is an open source software that is the most powerful content management system in existence. It’s a user-friendly software that is flexible, secure, customizable, free and popular. WordPress is used by more than sixty million websites and is the most popular blogging platform.

How to Hire WordPress Developers (and if that’s smart for you)

How to Hire WordPress Developers (and if that’s smart for you)

If you’re creating your first website, there’s a good chance that you are using WordPress, and you’re unsure about whether to hire WordPress developers is a good idea.

You can hire WordPress developers or build a website yourself – both perfectly viable ways to end up with what you want. The right decision really comes down to your unique situation, and the needs of your website.