The absolute, no-question-about-it, most difficult thing about WordPress is finding a gem of a WordPress Theme. We could point you at our favorites, free or paid, and at the end of the day (or several days) hunting for that be-all-and-end-all gem of a WordPress theme you might still not have found exactly what you want!
Marketing, like WordPress itself, breaks down to multiple competencies. You can talk Search Engine Optimization on the technical side, or Content Marketing in a much more esoteric arena, but wouldn’t it be great if you could combine the two?
We’ve come to understand in a couple of months playing with both the idea of WordPress Theme Concepts and a few tools that the right approach to the page-and-site builder issue comes down to how you see what happens after you commit to a tool.
While it might seem obvious that when you ask The WordPress Helpers which content management systems should be considered instead of the WordPress CMS our answer would be none, it probably isn’t as obvious why the WordPress CMS needs to be the CMS.
WordPress is open source software. Without attempting to get into the nitty-gritty of the legalities that means that you are allowed to download, deconstruct, and Frankenstein WordPress to your heart’s content.
Stack Overflow has released their annual developer survey, and one of the items is most dreaded technologies. There’s WordPress; truly, really, deeply, Stack Overflow Dreads WordPress.
Knowing that there are multiple ways to address a problem can be useful, and the multiple-solution thing is one of the best things about WordPress. So if you’re presenting a lesson about spacing and editing, shouldn’t you at least show both?
If you’re receiving training, the only perception that matters to your reality is yours. If you’re delivering it, on the other hand, you need to remember that if people don’t understand what YOU understand, you need to adjust your message.
Search engines like Google and Bing return different search results because of the way their algorithms parse queries, but in most ways you can get reasonable results from your search engine of choice by understanding search operators.