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Do you want to build a membership site in WordPress? Are you trying to decide which of your options is the best WordPress membership plugin available? Choosing the right membership plugin for your Wordpress website is important because a better platform means you’ll have more opportunity to grow. Below are various WordPress membership plugins that enable you to create paid membership websites easily. What is a Membership Plugin? A membership plugin allows you to create…

Are you happy with your current social media following? Do you want to boost the number of followers on Instagram? Instagram has an astounding 1 billion monthly users. Its innovative and up-to-date algorithms, a sea of one-of-a-kind brands, and your desire to become an Insta-famous influencer will make Instagram a competitive bloodbath. To help you navigate this cut-throat platform, we’ve compiled 11 full-proof tactics to help you build brand name visibility, engagement, and overall awareness…

Here are the top reasons for checkout cart abandonment and the solutions to the problem. Source Way back in 2017, sales from retail e-commerce recorded an impressive earning of roughly $2.3 trillion, with the number estimated to hit $4.88 trillion by 2021. Unfortunately, it’s already 2019, yet shopping cart abandonment remains an issue that plagues retailers as a whopping 74.2% of retail orders online are abandoned instead of checked out. Needless to say, high shopping cart…

Email marketing remains one of the highest-ROI channels for most businesses despite how many other options now exist. Still, if your company isn’t seeing impressive results, you’re far from alone. Many businesses – maybe even most – are in the same boat or have become so disillusioned with email marketing that they quit using it a long time ago. If this sounds familiar, we have five email ideas that will turn things around in 2019.…

How is your company’s ecommerce conversion rate? Does it regularly put a smile on your face? Is it steadily increasing month-after-month? Or is it basically nonexistent? Is it so small that your website often doesn’t pay for itself? If that’s the case, then it probably goes without saying that you need to do something fast. Aside from the fact that your website should always be a source of revenues, lacking that quality means handing over…

Many moons ago, before Google Analytics came along, how many visitors to a website was analyzed by processing the web server’s access logs. Before long, search engines bots would come along, polluting this data or the access logs grew out of hand, require constant pruning. Then came Google Analytics, a drop in solution for measuring site traffic by inserting a tiny piece of JavaScript code into the <body> of your web page. And before long,…