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Welcome to the WordPress section

Look, I build websites with no coding knowledge. So, I’m no web developer.

If you want to learn how to build WordPress sites from the pros, I’ll be the first to admit that there are much better resources online to teach you.

However, if you’re interested in learning how to build websites without needing any knowledge of coding, you’re in the right place.

This section will soon have a dedicated WordPress Guides area. Where you’ll have access to full step-by-step WordPress tutorials for beginners.

From setting up WordPress on your newly bought hosting, to getting your site built the easy way. The guides section will follow a simple screen-by-screen approach so that you can get comfortable with building WordPress websites without ever needing to learn any coding.

Here, you’ll also find sections dedicated to the best WordPress themes, and the best WordPress plugins.

In the WordPress themes section, you’ll be able to read detailed reviews on the most popular WordPress themes like Divi and Avada.

If you want to see how a theme stacks up against another, you’ll want to look at the various articles where we compare WordPress themes side-by-side, as we’ve done in the Avada vs Divi comparison.

The WordPress plugins section is no different. Here we’ll review and compare all the best WordPress plugins to help you increase your website’s functionality.

We’ll also be regularly releasing articles on various plugin collections for specific websites.

For example, if you’re looking to build an Amazon affiliate site, we’ll have an article showing the best plugins for Amazon affiliate websites. Or, if you’re looking to start a consulting agency, then you’ll be able to view the top plugins for consulting websites. And so on…

Best WordPress Themes
Best WordPress Plugins

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Divi VS Avada 2017 Comparison

Divi vs Avada 2017 In this article I’ll be doing a quick Divi vs Avada theme comparison, arguably the two most popular premium WordPress themes in the world. For those in a rush... You can see the winner here So, which one is the most popular? While Avada is the most popular WordPress theme on Themeforest, according to BuiltWith.com, Divi is currently the most popular theme in the world. With at least 578,999 websites using Divi and 386,385 using Avada. While there’s probably no 100% accurate way of measuring the popularity of different themes, these results still give us a good indication. And it’s safe to say that Divi is far and away the more popular choice. Check out my detailed Divi 3.0 review What makes them so popular? Avada and Divi are both Page-builder themes. Page builders are a favorite choice with non-developers because of their ease of use when designing a website. With page builders, you can design a page to look almost exactly how you want it to by adding and customizing elements, rows and columns. All without needing to know a single line of coding. That’s not to say they aren’t just as popular with experienced ...
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Divi 3.0 Review 2017

Divi 3.0 Review 2017 Put all your eggs in one basket. Wait… Before you call me an idiot and leave without reading my Divi 3.0 review, let me explain. I know that’s not exactly how the saying goes. I mean it’s common sense to minimize your risk by not relying completely on one thing. This is especially true for business. If that basket breaks, you could lose everything. I’m a big believer in this too and for the most part, I’ve kept my business relatively risk-free by doing so. However, I made the decision to put ALL my golden eggs in the Divi basket. And in this Divi 3.0 review, you’re going to find out exactly why. You see, I’m no web developer. In fact, I don’t even have basic knowledge of CSS and barely any in html. So, this Divi theme review is going to largely be from the perspective of somebody with no coding experience. Having said that, my background is in marketing, specifically SEO. I build and rank websites (close to 40 this year alone). Some for my clients but mostly my own online properties. So, it’s important for me to work with WordPress themes that: Are ...
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