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WordPress vs Showit

WordPress vs Showit

Confused about which website platform to learn and use for your personal and business projects? Both WordPress and Showit both competitive features, but they are quite different.

WordPress is a popular CMS that holds up an impressive one-third of the internet. Showit, a drag and drop website builder, is a smaller player that has currently garnered nearly 40,000 customer websites in the last 13 years. Both are unique platforms that provide valuable solutions for website creators.

Let’s compare how these platforms get a website up and running so you can see which one is right for you.

6 Best Paywall Plugins for WordPress

6 Best Paywall Plugins for WordPress

Using paywalls and memberships is one of the best ways to monetize your WordPress site. You can offer exclusive content in exchange for ongoing subscriptions or one-time payments. Fortunately, WordPress has some great plugins to help you create a paywall that restricts paid (or membership) content on your site.

In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at paywalls and why you might consider using one. Then, we’ll review six of the best WordPress paywall plugins. Let’s get started!

How to Integrate Salesforce Web-to-Lead with WordPress

How to Integrate Salesforce Web-to-Lead with WordPress

Lead generation is a crucial component to consider when creating a WordPress website for your business. In addition to great design and SEO, you also have to consider what the visitor will do once they’ve arrived. Driving visitors to your website isn’t as valuable as converting those visitors into qualified leads. If you’re already using Salesforce as your Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software and like the idea of using lead generation forms, you’ll want to check out the Salesforce Web-to-Lead WordPress plugin. It couldn’t be easier to use and it works flawlessly.

How to Push a WordPress Development Site Live

How to Push a WordPress Development Site Live

Knowing how to Push a WordPress development (dev) site live is crucial for maintaining uptime while updating your site. This is particularly helpful for agencies who manage and update a large number of websites as well as website owners looking to make a significant update to their current website. Using a development site lets you make changes to a site without affecting the live site. When you have your changes dialed in, you can simply push those live.

In this article, we will show you three methods (in detail) for taking a development or staging site live. But first, let’s clear up some terms.

While there can certainly be differences between these terms, we will use “development site” (or “dev site”), “staging site”, and “local site” synonymously. These are all test environments that allow users to make changes to their WordPress websites in a way that won’t affect the live site. Similarly, a “live site” or “production site” is a Website that your want visitors to see on the web.

WordPress vs Tilda Website Builder

WordPress vs Tilda Website Builder

How do you know you can trust a new platform for your personal or business website? It can be a difficult decision. In this article, we are going to compare WordPress (the popular CMS) and Tilda (an upcoming website builder). We’ll compare the two platforms in terms of their ease of use, security, publishing tools, and more. Hopefully, this will provide what you need to choose the right platform for your website.