Choosing A Theme

The Best WordPress Theme for Bloggers

Confession #1: I'm Picky On this site I don't sell you a lot of stuff. Sure you can buy an eBook, or fill out forms for my coaching or public speaking, but the thing most people spend time doing on ...

Should I use the Genesis Framework by StudioPress?

It all started with a tweet… The other day I tweeted that I'd migrated a site over to Liquid Web. Someone saw the tweet, clicked the link, visited the site and noticed it was using the Genesis Framework by StudioPress. ...

Choosing a WordPress Drag and Drop Page Builder

The other day I explained why we were going to keep seeing Page Builders everywhere. If you don't know what a page builder is, think of it as an easy solution for people to drag and drop various items onto ...

Building a site without any Genesis child themes

If you've been paying attention in the last few weeks, I spun up a new site on leadership, and now I've started a new site for headphones. Soon I'll have another one on cigars. Each of these are dedicated sites ...

Page Builder Themes: Obox’s Layers vs WPMU Dev’s Upfront

If you have to choose between these two page builder themes, which should you choose? Layers or Upfront? I'll tell you my opinion.

When was the last time you looked at Headway Themes?

Sometimes we're looking for something new when there's something right in front of us. So tell me, when was the last time you looked at Headway Themes?

WordPress Drag & Drop solutions: Make vs. Carrington Build

How do you choose between these two different drag and drop solutions: Make vs Carrington Build. Here's my take on the comparison.

Comparing Drag & Drop WordPress Page Builders

If you're going to be comparing drag and drop WordPress page builders then you'll likely want to start with this short list.

Which WordPress Theme should I use?

I hear it all the time: which WordPress theme should I use? And the answer is always, "it depends." But here is my answer, and a new market entrant.

Building your platform on WordPress: Choose a Base

Our second step in building your platform on WordPress is to choose the base plugins that you'll likely use. And it's tough because there are good options. Like with everything, it all depends on what you're doing.