Why You Should Share Blog Posts More Than Once on Social (and How We Do It with MeetEdgar)

Sharing content like blog articles on social media is a great way to build your audience and get traffic to your site, and no doubt you’re already doing it on Facebook and Twitter. But the mistake a lot of people make is sharing content on each channel only once. I know, because that what we used…

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Is Your Website GDPR Compliant? How to Get Ready for the General Data Protection Regulations

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is important new legislation in the area of data protection. Developed by the European Union, it’s designed to strengthen individuals’ rights regarding the collection, use and storage of their personal data. The law applies to businesses or organisations in the European Union. Those outside the EU who offer goods…

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17 Client Retention Tips That Keep Website Clients Coming Back

When you’re first starting a WordPress development business, you need to invest time in finding new clients in order to build a steady base of freelance work. That said, once you have that consistent influx of clients coming through, it’s time to put some serious effort into retaining those customers. Here’s why: “It costs 7x…

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How Developers Can Make Recurring Revenue as an Amazon Affiliate

You know how we’ve been discussing finding more and better clients for WordPress, right? Have you ever thought about creating an Amazon affiliate site on WordPress to supplement your income? As a web developer, you are in a unique position to use your skill-set to create awesome content that converts. This is because whilst most people…

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What to Do If You’re Exhibiting Signs of Job Burnout (and How Some WordPress People Cope)

Working as a freelancer is tough. Working as your own boss makes it even tougher. Yes, the life we lead as WordPress professionals lends itself to some awesome opportunities: flexible travel, self-directed schedules, and you get to work for the best boss ever (i.e. yourself). But there’s a fine line between killing it and killing…

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The Essential Gear Matt Mullenweg and Other WordPress Pros Use

As a freelance WordPress developer, you’re probably responsible for handling, well, everything for your business. Once you’re in a position where you can scale and outsource some responsibilities to others, it’s important to have the right tools, equipment, and setup in place to ensure that you’re working as efficiently and in as streamlined a manner…

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