In my latest “Independent Professional Podcast” episode I discuss why it’s so important to use your clients’ language when choosing target keywords for blog posts and other content. I also tell you how to get Jing, that handy screencast tool I use regularly. Should have done it years ago.
This is the first installment of the “Independent Professional Podcast” which can be found on iTunes or our sister site WebGuys Inbound. Clicking this link will take you to that site. The most successful online marketers I know began by following one (or more) of those formula marketing programs that you see being hawked all […]
Do you wonder about the difference between the Member List built into WishList Member and the User List that is part of WordPress? You’re not alone. The WordPress User List is part of the core functionality of the software. It gives the ability to add, delete and mange users within WordPress. The WishList Member “Member […]
We install Backupbuddy on almost all of our client WishList Member (and other) membership sites, and advise everyone to setup an Amazon S3 account to use for remote backup storage (among other things). Here’s the link to open an account: http://aws.amazon.com/s3/ Amazon S3 is a simple web storage service that gives you the ability to […]
There are many ways to backup your WordPress site, but my very favorite is Backupbuddy. This easy-to-use backup plugin is made by the folks at iThemes. It’s not free, but well worth the investment. Backupbuddy gives you the ability to backup your entire site or just your database with one click of the mouse. It […]
One of the most common questions I hear is how to set the “After Login” page in WishList Member. This is the page that a member lands on after they log in. WishList Member gives you the ability to set this globally and on a per membership level. It’s easy to do but they are […]
I’ve had a couple people ask me how to change their WordPress Admin password recently so I thought I’d do a quick post with step-by-step instructions. It’s a good idea to change your key passwords at least twice a year. David Sparks of Mac Sparky fame always recommends that you change yours when you switch […]
I was blown away by the demo of Woo Theme’s new course managment plugin, Sensei. I haven’t had an opportunity to use it in a production site yet, but I already have several candidates that look like a good fit. Sensei uses the WordPress Custom Post Types to make it easy to create entire courses […]
Here’s a quick video that shows you how to manually add new members to your WishList Member powered membership site.
If you missed Apple’s big announcement about it’s new textbook publishing platform recently, you’re not alone. Without the hoopla of a major device launch the textbook publishing announcement didn’t get the attention of the average consumer. But buried within the announcement was a nugget that could be a very valuable tool for membership site owners. […]