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Google “local” “places” and “+”

It’s another Google riddle: What’s local yet keeps moving? I had a listing on Google “local” and then that became a Google “places” page and now it’s a “Google+” page. I’m sure they’ll change it again soon enough but for now it’s nice to have more integration with reviewers identities. BTW if you are a client that I have worked […]

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Stripe, Gravity Forms and WooCommerce

I have more and more clients who are enjoying using Gravity Forms and Stripe to build order forms and take payments on their own sites. Note that the Stripe Add-on for Gravity Forms is free – no yearly fees – if you host your WordPress site with me and/or have me build your site. Here’s […]

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Gravity Forms FreshBooks Add-On and Recurring Payments

Gravity Forms and FreshBooks — my two favorite services (software is a service, of course) — now play nicely with each other. Let me start with the bad news: the invoice that can be generated is not sent automatically (it is only added to FreshBooks in Draft mode) and there is no provision to send recurring […]

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Gravity Forms for Ecommerce with tax and shipping options

I love Gravity Forms. It’s the best form building tool for WordPress and now it offers a new feature that allows more complex calculations between fields. Combine that with the PayPal Payments Pro and you have a really fast, simple and powerful ecommerce option for those times when a full WordPress ecommerce system/plugin is not […]

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SerialTeller: Serial Fiction Online

  I recently redesigned this site that I launched last year. It features hover-based “teasers” and a Netflix-inspired interface. It’s got a modular custom content type that will grow as they add more serials. You can submit your own writing via a Gravity form so you don’t have to be a WordPress expert to update the […]

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WooCommerce, WPEC and other WordPress Plugins for ecommerce

Updated 4/2014 So many options out there – how to choose? First, educate yourself on the difference between a self-hosted ecommerce solution (an ecommerce plugin like WPEC or a dedicated solution like Magento or Zen cart) vs a hosted ecommerce solution (like Shopify, Volusion, Bigcartel, Tictail) and decide what features you really need before you select a product. Each […]

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Gravity Forms vs. Wufoo for WordPress

Gravity Forms just updated to version 1.5. So it’s a good time for me to talk about how much I love this tool. It’s got tons of features and can get really complex but also allows for a quick and robust simple contact form. One of the key features that puts it above the rest […]

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WordPress com-vs-org

The difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org can cause some confusion. Overall WordPress.org allows for complete customization of display/design/branding and also full control over  functionality. Design: .com has limited number of themes to start with. every theme has some customizations like header/logo and bg color. paying for css upgrade gives another layer of possible customizations. .org allows […]

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Gravity Forms: better than Wufoo

Gravity Forms is a WordPress plugin that lets you put together online forms via a simple drag-and-drop interface. It’s not free but it’s inexpensive (starts at $39) and amazingly powerful. Not only can you build many kinds of forms but the interface is a pleasure to use and new features are added regularly and the plugin […]

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