Information and Resources for Solopreneurs
Written By: SiteSell in How Solopreneurs Build Their Business, WordPress | February 23, 2015

Top 9 Ways To Protect Your WordPress Site Against Hackers

Security is one of the least understood aspects of maintaining a website, yet it’s one of the most important.

Your site holds a lot of valuable content that you’ve invested hours into and want to protect.If you’ve established (or want to establish) an authority site, it also represents your online reputation, which is quite valuable and worth protecting as well!… Read more

Written By: SiteSell in How Solopreneurs Build Their Business, WordPress | February 9, 2015

Add Google Analytics Tracking Code to Your WordPress Site

Google Analyticator allows you to add Google Analytics (GA) tracking code to each page and post on your site without having to edit any code.

It also allows you to view some GA stats from within WordPress itself.

You must have a Google Analytics account to be able to use this plugin.… Read more

Written By: SiteSell in Sales | February 4, 2015

How to Choose The Best Credit Card Processor for Your Website or eCommerce Store

By Bernie Martin, SiteSell Professionals

If you have an eCommerce store, or plan to add one to your website, you need to understand the pros and cons of the various credit card processors. The fees for utilizing a credit card to get paid for products or services will vary dramatically and can seriously affect your bottom line as an online merchant.… Read more

Written By: SiteSell in How Solopreneurs Build Their Business, WordPress | February 2, 2015

Evaluating WordPress Themes

Once you’ve found a WordPress theme that you like, you should evaluate the theme for relevance, stability and reputation.

Relevant: The theme meets your needs and fits with the overall purpose of your website and online business plans.

Stable: Has been tested and used by others without any major functionality issues or security vulnerability concerns.… Read more

Written By: SiteSell in How Solopreneurs Build Their Business, WordPress | January 26, 2015

WordPress plugins are designed to extend the features and functionality of your WordPress site. Similar to WordPress themes, plugins can either be free or premium (paid). With more than 43,000 free plugins available in the WordPress repository, you’ll likely be able to find a free plugin to add the functionality you want to your site.… Read more

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