All posts tagged WordPress


WordPress Support. It’s great that WordPress is wrestling control of the web from traditional programmers and IT departments. But take [more]

Whenever I get into a conversation with a chatbot, it inevitably ends with me pushing its limits and questioning its [more]

Content Strategy. Content is king, so they say. But with so much digital noise out there, how do you avoid [more]

This month we discussed everything from Ad Blocking and embracing emptiness in WordPress design to optimising performance through landing pages [more]

Here is a selection of the upcoming WordPress and Marketing events:   The 9th Annual CR Reporting and Communications Summit [more]

A report by a US market research company suggests that there are now more mobile devices on the planet than [more]

The growth of WordPress. Yesterday, WordPress 4.3 went on public release. That brings to 8 the number of public release [more]

User Experience. The modern web experience could be drowning (again) under the weight of pointless artifacts. Parallax scrolling, spinning icons [more]

Search Engines. It’s widely reckoned that nearly a third of the web is duplicated content. Google really doesn’t like it. [more]

From it’s humble beginnings as a simple blogging platform in 2003, WordPress has revolutionised the way websites are designed & [more]

WordPress News. If you’ve never been to a WordCamp then you could be in for a treat Core to the [more]

Peerless WordPress Support. “Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.” – Henry Ford As a WordPress Agency [more]

Peerless WordPress Support Update. We’re deadly serious about supporting WordPress, and we choose to openly report on our performance as [more]

Peerless WordPress Support. We crafted our Peerless WordPress Support service at the end of 2013, using a decade of client-support [more]

A cleaner internet. One of the WordPress downsides is the sheer volume of spam it attracts. But spam seems to [more]

The art of UX. It’s not often that we Brits can be truly proud of our government – but the [more]

Getting on with search engines. Ten months after it was announced by Google, it looks like the secure web is [more]

e-Commerce The running battle between the two kings of e-commerce has probably just had a defining moment. Possibly. Automattic, the [more]

WordPress the Platform The latest version of WordPress is now out – Called Powell in honour of Bud Powell the [more]

User Journey. More and more people are suffering “Carousel Blindness” – a condition that causes the brain to switch-off from [more]