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10 WordPress Donation Plugins for Charity, Relief, and Support

It’s not begging if you’re providing something in return! Many professions create art, happiness, prosperity, or world change, all without being able to sell products and make money like a regular business. Sometimes it’s a rainforest activist keeping large corporations from knocking down trees. Sometimes it’s a blogger who publishes …

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Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with Primoz Cigler

You can find Primoz on LinkedIn or Twitter. This is our recent interview with him, as part of our Kinsta Kingpin series. Q1: What is your background, & how did you first get involved with WordPress? Hi 👋 thanks for having me! I’m Primoz Cigler from Slovenia. I first heard about WordPress in …

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Kinsta Launches WordPress Hosting Affiliate Program

There are a lot of exciting changes happening at Kinsta this month. We just rolled out our new site and entry-tier plans (starting at $30/month) a few weeks ago. Today we’re thrilled to officially announce that our WordPress hosting affiliate program is now open for registration to everyone. You don’t even …

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7 Email Marketing Tips to Increase Your B2B Sales

When it comes to marketing, there are many different strategies you can choose for lead generation, branding or actually driving sales conversions. Hopefully, you already know what your goals are, whom you are addressing, who is your ideal customer, follower, business partner. What you don’t know right from the start …

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10 Unique WordPress Ecommerce Strategies to Crush the Holidays

With the holiday season closely approaching, it’s never too late to start optimizing your WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads site to capture more customers. For some, even a 1% increase in conversions could mean huge profits. Instead of re-hashing generic tips such as “pay for Facebook ads,” that you’ve probably heard a hundred …

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How to Create Beautiful WordPress Charts and Graphs

Whether you’re a researcher compiling data about a local election or a teacher sharing data about the local wildlife population with your class, there are no better substitutes than charts and graphs. These visual tools turn boring, seemingly worthless data into easily-digestible information. What’s great is that you don’t have to …

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