WordPress Query Results: Using the date_query to Change the Query

Also in my example, I set up the blog post page to not return any posts older than January 1, 2016, BUT I wanted to keep those posts live on the website.

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Keeping Your Online Presence Healthy In a Pandemic

Staying healthy is on everyone’s mind in the middle of this COVID-19 Pandemic. As a business owner, you’ve probably already had to pivot somehow to keep your business running. And for many businesses, your online presence has become invaluable. While […]

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How to Keep Your Email From Being Marked As Spam

We’ve all felt the pain of having an important email delivered to a customer’s spam folder. Follow these three simple steps to ensure they don’t.

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The Quickest 3 Ways to Make Your Website Load Faster

Everyone wants their website to load faster: it’s better for business, more people will stay and browse, and it’s one of the things Google uses to rank your website. Suffice it to say, loading speed is important.

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How do I know if my Google Ads are Working?

Google ads can be a powerful way to bring people to your business, but it can also be a huge waste of money. Are your Google ads effective?

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Google’s Data Studio: Why You Should Use It and How to Get Started

Google’s Data Studio is now providing data organization and visualization to millions of users. If you haven’t set up a report yet, here’s how!

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Upgrading Your WordPress Workflow: Sass, Gulp, Git, and More

Looking for the next step in your WordPress workflow? If you’re still working in a basic workflow (see first section below), here’s an overview of an upgraded workflow so you can more easily create and update websites in WordPress. The […]

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How to Set Up a Basic Gulp File

A gulpfile.js file is the one file in your project that tells your system what to do when you run Gulp. While the rest of gulp is installed on your computer, this one file will control what happens in each […]

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Connecting Google Analytics & Search Console

Google has several services you’ll want to make sure you set up with any new site, but one of the most overlooked ones is connecting Google’s Search Console to Google’s Analytics. But with Google constantly iterating (ie. changing the user […]

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Writing Search Engine Optimized Website Page Titles

If you’re looking to improve your SEO, there are many places to start: a SEMrush site scan, using and optimizing Yoast SEO (for WordPress sites), or doing competitive keyword research. But one of the most effective and quickest ways to […]

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