And if you’re wondering… here’s the link to the referenced site itself. https://EtsyGeeks.org/
I’ve done that professionally and I also do some voluntary work. Most of my voluntary efforts are concentrated by answering questions on Quora.com and further by participating in the support forums at WordPress dot org.
I’ve noticed a lot of new blogs and startup businesses with questions. If you need help… find me or someone like me on those outlets.
I’m also available for a fee… I’ll do the technical side of your system for a rate starting at $600.00 for three continuous days.
That pretty much covers anything except design elements within WordPress and its environments.
If you just need to talk then I’m here for that, too. No charge as my time allows and I’ll be glad to help you through planning, domain name selection, possibly some design elements, and web hosting choices.
I usually say a perfectly fine business website or personal blog can be had for about $35.00 initial outlay.
I’m here if you need me.
Keep in mind this idea… There’s always a better deal!
I don’t worry about eBay Sniping!
When I find an item I wish to bid on I’ll come up with an absolute maximum price I’m willing to pay. I then subtract the shipping fees from that and that is my bid. And that bid is to the penny… No more!
Sniping is fine with me because I always get my item for my price or less or else I don’t get it. In the cases where I don’t get it someone else gets it for a price that is higher than I wish to pay…
I do a lot of work on WordPress based websites. A lot of them are mine.To me the ideal setup is a shared host for my WordPress, a database over on a VPS or something, a CDN and the free CloudFlare to start. Run the CDN and Cache Enabler plugins and my favorite ‘KeyCDN’. Ideal setup. Cheap!!! Robust!!!With that you have the best setup to grow and to deal with problems.
I imagine this question was prompted by the thought that some themes claim to be more SEO friendly or ready. A person who believes in all the SEO hype would probably look for a theme making one of those claims.
Moving just a bit further they’d probably then wonder why the SEO experts didn’t take their SEO expertise and bundle the plugin and an SEO ready theme together…
The first web browser was invented by Tim Berners-Lee of the World Wide Web Consortium.
The web browser that actually ushered in the World Wide Web was Marc Andreessen’s Mosaic…