People make WordPress websites for a variety of reasons: To start a cooking blog, to promote their small business, to review and rank every type
Since the release of its very first version in 2003, WordPress has surely and steadily snowballed into the content management system (CMS) tycoon we know
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When it’s finally time for go-live, I don’t know about you, but I get anxious just to get a project complete and out the door.
I’ve yet to find a single agency or freelancer that has both success and longevity without some form of monthly recurring revenue (MRR). It’s entirely