Love infographics? We do, too! From WordPress basics to security to WooCommerce, we have 7 new WordPress infographics for you to download and share.
If you need help explaining “what is WordPress?” to clients or friends, this infographic and video tutorial explains the basics, including a simple definition, what WordPress can do, how WordPress now powers 30% of the world’s websites, how to get started and more.
This infographic and tutorial covers WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org. What are the differences? We break it down here.
It feels like every week there’s another security breach in the news. It can cause panic, especially when we think website security has to be complicated. But protecting your WordPress website doesn’t have to be hard. WordPress security is easier than you think. In this infographic, we cover the five ways to secure your WordPress website.
4. The Top Five WordPress Security Vulnerabilities
If you own a WordPress website, you should be aware of potential WordPress security vulnerabilities. Most WordPress security issues can be prevented if you simply follow WordPress security best practices. In this post and infographic, we cover the top 5 WordPress security vulnerabilities that can compromise your WordPress website and the steps you can take to strengthen the security of your site.
5. Five Common WordPress Security Issues
In a similar post, we outline a few of the most common WordPress security issues, along with steps you can take to secure and protect your WordPress site.
6. How To Boost Sales with Coupons
Coupons and discounts are a valuable way for e-commerce shops to boost sales. Getting a coupon or discount offer can push a potential shopper to click that buy button and coupons can convert new customers and bring back old customers. Coupons can ultimately boost revenue and help move product, so we made this infographic about how to boost sales with coupons, along with some interesting scientific stats about how coupons actually make us happier.
7. Seven WooCommerce A/B Testing Tips
Running a WooCommerce website involves a lot of decisions. WooCommerce A/B testing is the only way to know what works, and if you let testing drive your decisions, you’ll always be improving. In this post, we cover 7 WooCommerce A/B testing tips.
More WordPress Infographics On the Way
Feel free to download these infographics and share away. Stay tuned for more WordPress infographics and new WordPress tutorial videos on the new iThemes YouTube channel. Have an idea for an infographic? Let us know! Tweet us @ithemes.
Kristen has been writing tutorials to help WordPress users since 2011. You can usually find her working on new articles for the iThemes blog or developing resources for #WPprosper. Outside of work, Kristen enjoys journaling (she’s written two books!), hiking and camping, cooking, and daily adventures with her family, hoping to live a more present life.