Formidable Forms Review – The Form Builder I Love But Don’t Recommend

I’m conflicted when it comes to Formidable Forms because I love the plugin but they’re some things that make me wish I had chosen another form builder for WordPress. I don’t write reviews to simply make money (although it’s great when I get commissions for products I do like). In […]

Review: New Dailymotion Redesign & Branding

A look at the new Dailymotion redesign and branding for 2015. Dailymotion was launched back in 2005, from the living room in Paris of one of its partners. It’s one of the biggest video hosting platforms on the web, at one point it was the biggest competition to YouTube in […]

Postmatic – WordPress Email Plugin That Improves Comments

Have you looked around lately for a WordPress email plugin? There is a lot going on in that market, I remember just a few years ago you’d be hard-pressed to find 3 free WordPress email plugins, let alone premium ones. There just weren’t any out there. Not anymore, things have […]



WooCommerce Acquires MailPoet

Didn’t see that coming, but it’s not surprising By now, the majority of MaiPoet (Formerly known as Wysija) users should’ve received the email announcing that MailPoet has been acquired by leading Ecommerce platform WooCommerce. Starting today, WooCommerce takes over operations of MailPoet.  Not much is changing at this very moment, but the most immediate […]

Gutenberg 6.0: Column Block Now Supports Layout Picker

We’re now 7 months into 2019 and Gutenberg is also at version 6.0, the clunky block editor continues to improve every month. Gutenberg 6.0 comes with a bunch of bug fixes and improvements, the Group block is being improved and Accessibility remains an important focus, as it should be. The […]

My site was hacked, here’s how I fixed it…Sort Of

Back in November of 2018, I search Site Studio in Google only to realize that Google had slapped the “this site may be hacked” label on my site listing. It’s a gut-wrenching feeling to see that label. I’ve been hacked before in my 13+ years of experience with WordPress and […]

WordPress Affiliate Program Plugins: Top 5 Choices

There was a time you had no options for a WordPress affiliate program plugin The same way email marketing and membership management in the early days. Finding a WordPress affiliate program plugin was impossible. They started showing up around the same time as the WordPress membership plugins. Today we have […]

Landing Page Builder 101: The Ultimate Guide

A look at some of the best landing page creators Landing pages are proven to be effective for selling (and pre-selling) digital and physical products, both vendors and affiliates need a good landing page creator. Pre-selling is often overlooked when product creators set up their site to sell their product, […]

R.I.P Vine, Here’s Why It Really Died

Vine is officially throwing in the towel even though they’ve been dead for about a year now. 3 years ago, I predicted the death of Vine when I posted my first video to Instagram the day they introduced 15-second clips on the then exclusively photo-based app. I knew back then and now that […]

Why Snapchat Glasses aka Spectacles Could Be a Winner

Do any of you remember Google Glass? I do, I remember many saying it was the future – it was the first major attempt at wearable tech and it failed miserably. It’s the first thing that comes to mind when you see the new Snapchat Glasses that are being called […]

Google Local Knowledge Panel Now Shows Reviews From The Web

Last Wednesday, Google announced that they would be introducing “reviews from the web” to their local knowledge panel section of the search results.The new feature went live on over the weekend and it’s a great addition. As far as what the requirements are for when they are displayed, there isn’t […]

Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 Are Dying on Tuesday…Finally!

For as long as I can remember Internet Explorer has been a pain in our asses….for web developers that is. Well guess what? Microsoft has done something we never thought they would ever do. They’re killing off Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10. The browsers will be reaching the end of their […]

Google Contributor Wants To Pay You To Show Less Ads

Have you ever heard of “fake outrage”? Fake outrage is when a small group of people makes a big deal about something that the majority of people don’t care about all in an attempt to get a rise out of people. These fake out-ragers AKA the low minority can be […]