Free White Papers which help demystify the process of developing WordPress sites.

What does GDPR mean for your website?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents the biggest shake up of data protection legislation for many years, designed to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). Ahead of GDPR coming in to force, we have been working with a number of our clients to ensure their websites are GDPR-ready. Here are some of the things we think you need to know.

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Selling With WordPress: Easy E-Commerce Options for Authors and Publishers

The world of WordPress is booming. In fact, it’s estimated WordPress now runs 25% of all websites that have a Content Management System (CMS)1. For your WordPress project, you can choose to work with any of a wide range of designers, developers, agencies and hosting companies; not to mention a thriving ecosystem of good-value themes, free and premium plugins and other goodies. This cornucopia of choices can be overwhelming. Bookswarm has built its business around WordPress, and one of the things we’re increasingly being asked by clients to work on is e-commerce. With the range of options widening we thought we’d provide a tour of some of the solutions out there, and look at some of the issues and challenges specifi c to the world of publishing, and to selling books online.

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Commissioning Author Websites with WordPress: Ten Things We Learned (So You Don’t Have To)

The world of WordPress is booming. In fact, it’s estimated WordPress now runs 25% of all websites that have a Content Management System (CMS). For your WordPress project, you can choose to work with any of a wide range of designers, developers, agencies and hosting companies; not to mention a thriving ecosystem of good-value themes, free and premium plugins and other goodies. This cornucopia of choices can be overwhelming. So, we’ve tried to make it easier for you. Next time you commission a WordPress project, or recommend to your authors that they explore the possibilities of WordPress, here are ten tips for you to consider.

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