No one likes a slow website. Studies show that people will generally leave and click on something else in search results if a site is slow. That is potential lost customers and sales, not to mention that search engines like Google measure site speed in their algorithm. Fortunately, there are many tools and services online that can help you check your site speed (and do something about it).
Shrinkwrap and Protect Your Images in WordPress
A couple months ago, we went to WordCamp Rochester. One of the speakers we met took an idea we had and ran with it. This is what he created.
24 Sources for Free Unique Stock Photos
Looking for quality stock photos to use for your next project but getting tired of the same images you see on most of the big free photo websites like Pexels? … Read More
Using Google to Score Great Royalty-Free Images
There are lots of places online you can use to get free images. One of our favorites is pexels.com, which has a nice collection of user submitted images that can … Read More
#FridayFreebie – 65 Beautiful Stock Images
This week, we’ve got an assortment of 65 royalty-free stock images that you can use for pretty much anything you’d like.
The Workshop is Coming!
When we launched the new TLC for Coaches site in October of last year, we were excited to move on to phase two of our master plan – a membership … Read More