WordPress Syntax Highlighter Plugins To Display Code Snippets
June 12 2019 Code

7 Best WordPress Syntax Highlighter Plugins To Display Code Snippets

WordPress is a great CMS platform for beginners. It is user-friendly and extremely simple to manage. It provides the best WordPress plugins for ... continue reading

April 18 2019 Blogging

7 Considerations for Small Businesses on Content Strategy

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Whether you have an online business, a local packaging shop or even a cafe, you are always looking for ideas to make your ... continue reading

March 15 2019 Automation

Send in the Robots: 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Makes Content Creation Easier

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is affecting almost every industry, and slowing becoming an integral part of our everyday lives, both at work and in the home ... continue reading

March 07 2019 SEO

Three Small Changes That Make A Big Difference To SEO

Even if you’ve got your website’s SEO more or less down, there’s always room for improvement. If you know what you’re ... continue reading

March 06 2019 Email Marketing

Growing your Fan Base: How to Turn Customers into Advocates with Email Marketing

In an age where consumers are placing greater emphasis on trust and authenticity, brand-driven content has not had the impact it once did. Finding ... continue reading

February 14 2019 Themes

Popular Themes for WordPress 5.0 in 2019

WordPress 5.0 has become the talk of the town because of the Gutenberg Editor.

We've compiled a list of WordPress themes we expect ... continue reading

January 22 2019 Annoucements

New email service available! WP_Mail()

We’re very happy to announce that we’ve added WordPress’s wp_mail() as a carrier service to our email component!

If the additional costs of SparkPost dissuaded you from using our plugin in the past, please consider coming back on board!

Did you know we’re using our plugin + WordPress to send these emails?

For example I’m writing this message in a blog post’s excerpt field which is then used in the generation of an automated email.

Now that wp_mail() has been added as a service we’re no longer bound to using SparkPost and can use whatever SMTP service we’ve connected to WordPress to send our emails!

Click the link below to keep reading about our latest addition. I talk over the drawbacks and perks of using wp_mail() as a service, and also address what to do with high bounce rates.

January 21 2019 Analytics

4 YouTube Metrics You Can Track Right Now

Many people assume that the only thing you need to be successful on YouTube is creativity. Creativity can be an important skillset. The more creative ... continue reading

January 05 2019 Annoucements

Newest addition to Inbound PRO: Sendlane Integration

Inbound Now has added a new extension to its library! Keep reading to learn more about our Sendlane extension.

December 20 2018 Marketing

How to Create a Conversion-Powered Content Strategy on LinkedIn

As a company, you’re probably using LinkedIn to display all your past work history in one place and to connect with other professionals in ... continue reading

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