Category: Tips

Site building Glossary for WordPress

25 October 2017

Now I will attempt to create a glossary that explains to clients who would like to have a WordPress-based website, what the different terms and acronyms mean in the WordPress ecosystem.

This article can also be useful for site builders and developers. Just send this article’s link to your clients, so they can learn what you are talking about when you say: CPT, Ajax, ACF or similar things.

I’ll try to regularly update this article. However, if you miss a term from the list, just drop me a comment at the bottom – and I’ll add it with the next update.

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5 things I learned at Hungexpo Travel 2017

20 March 2017

If you have a special target audience (like the tourism industry is for us), it’s always a good idea to go where they are. Having conversations with them helps you understand better their needs, the trends in the industry and also can help you build important contacts.

These were my thoughts when I bought my ticket for this year’s Hungexpo Travel exhibition that was held in Budapest, Hungary between 2nd and 5th March this year.

Here are 5 things I learned there by having conversations with the exhibitors.

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The art of website images (2): how to upload them to your WordPress site

Upload image to website
13 February 2017

This is the 2nd part of the article: The art of website images. In this part we’ll walk you through the best practices how you should upload pictures to your WordPress site. If you are interested in how to make / choose images for your travel website, read the first part, too.

How to put the images on your WordPress site?

After you’ve got the final images from the photographer and/or downloaded them from a stock photo site, they are not ready yet to be uploaded to your website. We have 2 major problems with them:

  • the sizes of the image files are too big for online use
  • the file names don’t support your SEO strategy

Let’s see why these are so big issues and how we can fix them…

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7 ways outdated content can harm your business

Outdated electronic equipment
30 January 2017

If the content on your website is old and no longer 100% valid, it can really hurt your reputation and credibility. In today’s community-based economy reputation is everything. If people want to travel somewhere, they will probably check the hotels and restaurants on TripAdvisor, Facebook or in Google reviews. They will try to book places at best-ranked providers and will try to avoid businesses with bad reviews.

In this article I’ll unfold 7 different aspects how outdated content on your website can harm your business.

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