Tips & Tricks | Page 2

  • #DebuncTotD - WordPress Wednesday [14/9/2016]
  • #DebuncTotD - Tech Tuesday [13/9/2016]

    Looking for a great source of checking whether your CSS will work in your target browsers?

    Check out – it’s an awesome resource that lets you check compatibility across all major web and mobile browsers.

  • #DebuncTotD - Creative Monday [12/9/2016]

    Are you looking for a better way to scroll through and select blend modes in Photoshop?

    [Shift and +] or [Shift and -] is the command that will quickly cycle through different layer Blend Modes.

  • #DebuncTotD - Social Sunday [11/9/2016]

    Did you know that by adding images to your tweets, your CTR and retweet rates are likely to increase by 18% and 150% respectively?

  • #DebuncTotD - Sales Saturday [10/9/2016]
  • #DebuncTotD - Email Marketing Friday [9/9/2016]

    Did you know that email marketing is the most efficient form of digital marketing when it comes to ROI?

    Building a subscriber list using popups on your site is a powerful way of achieving this.

  • #DebuncTotD - SEO Thursday [8/9/2016]

    3 simple ways to increase your Adwords click-through rate (CTR):

    > Include a promotion in your ad.
    > Make sure your main keyword is displayed in your ads’s URL path.
    > Put a period at the end of descriptions.

    Easy, right? Apply these changes and see watch your CTR improve.

  • #DebuncTotD - WordPress Wednesday [7/9/2016]

    Would you like to manage events from your WordPress site?

    Try Events+ from WPMU Dev. This awesome plugin provides all you could need for events including public registrations, social integration, payment gateways and so much more.

  • #DebuncTotD - Tech Tuesday [6/9/2016]

    Want to add custom PHP funcitonality to your WP site?

    Start with the functions.php file in your active theme, it’s the safest place to put functions that will effect your site.

    If you think the function can be used on multiple sites or themes, then creating a WordPress plugin may be your best option.

  • #DebuncTotD - Creative Monday [5/9/2016]

    A quick tip for Photoshop users.

    With Ctrl+M for Windows (Cmd+M for Mac), you’ll edit the Curves on your image.