Jan Koch

Jan is a WordPress developer and runs an agency that specializes in building and improving WordPress websites. He writes at WP Mastery and is working with businesses and entrepreneurs across the globe. Learn more at https://wpmastery.xyz.

  • Building a WordPress Agency Into a Media Brand
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  • WooCommerce Reporting: 3 Tips to Get the Most out of Your Shop

    WooCommerce Reporting: 3 Tips to Get the Most out of Your Shop

    With proper WooCommerce reporting, you will gather the right data to scale your shop profitably and ignore what’s not important.

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  • How WordPress Sites Get Hacked (For Non-Techies)

    How WordPress Sites Get Hacked (For Non-Techies)

    You probably heard that WordPress sites get hacked every now and then. We give you the four top vulnerabilities that hackers look for and how to fix them.

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  • Do’s and Don’ts of WooCommerce Maintenance

    Do’s and Don’ts of WooCommerce Maintenance

    Learn about the do’s and don’ts in WooCommerce maintenance, so that your eCommerce shop keeps running and selling 24/7/365.

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  • How Do WordPress Caching Plugins Work?

    How Do WordPress Caching Plugins Work?

    WordPress caching plugins are said to make your WordPress sites load faster. But how do caching plugins actually work, and which ones should you choose?

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  • The 10 Best Gutenberg Plugins For Content Creators

    The 10 Best Gutenberg Plugins For Content Creators

    We put together a list of the top ten Gutenberg-friendly WordPress plugins to try that will turn up your content creation process to a whole new level, along with a breakdown of each plugin.

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  • What Are 3 eCommerce Marketing Strategies To Leverage After The Holiday Season?

    What Are 3 eCommerce Marketing Strategies To Leverage After The Holiday Season?

    In this article, you'll learn three marketing strategies that enable you to continue to draw in new sales well after any holiday season has ended, and what tools you need to implement them.

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  • Your New 16-Step WordPress Maintenance Checklist: 2019 Edition

    Your New 16-Step WordPress Maintenance Checklist: 2019 Edition

    This WordPress maintenance checklist will take away the pain from keeping your website running securely and give you a framework to structure maintenance into simple recurring tasks.

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  • The Hottest Trends from WordPress in 2018

    The Hottest Trends from WordPress in 2018

    From design trends, Gutenberg, page builder plugins, security plugins, and user experience, we bring you the best of WordPress in 2018.

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  • How Do You Add Custom Fields to WooCommerce Products?

    How Do You Add Custom Fields to WooCommerce Products?

    Depending on your store, you might need to add custom fields to your WooCommerce products. Those could be text fields, select boxes, or radio buttons. We show you how to use hooks to make it happen.

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  • Coding Your First WordPress Gutenberg Block

    Coding Your First WordPress Gutenberg Block

    WordPress Gutenberg is now the default editor for WordPress users. We show you how to build your first WordPress Gutenberg block, how the technology works, and ideas on what you can build next.

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  • Common Bottlenecks That Slow Down WordPress Sites

    Common Bottlenecks That Slow Down WordPress Sites

    Is your WordPress site loading slow? Many factors can slow down WordPress, but luckily you do not need to be a tech-expert to fix them. Here are the most common bottlenecks and how to fix them easily.

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  • BlogVault and MalCare: Redefining WordPress Security with Founder Akshat Choudhary

    BlogVault and MalCare: Redefining WordPress Security with Founder Akshat Choudhary

    The following article is with Akshat Choudhary, founder of BlogVault and MalCare, two leading security products in the WordPress Community. We sat down with him to find out more about his recent...

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  • A Real-World Guide to Using Gutenberg

    A Real-World Guide to Using Gutenberg

    Gutenberg is the new post editor that will be published with WordPress version 5. Start getting familiar with working in blocks and learning about Gutenberg now so you are ready when it launches.

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  • Adding WooCommerce to the Genesis Framework

    Adding WooCommerce to the Genesis Framework

    Adding WooCommerce to the Genesis Framework is one of the best ways to build a stable and fast running eCommerce site. Here is a complete breakdown of how to get started.

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  • Understanding GTmetrix Reports for Speed Analysis

    Understanding GTmetrix Reports for Speed Analysis

    One of the go-to tools for analyzing a website’s loading speed is called GTmetrix. They are one of the most-used service providers for loading speed analysis reports, alongside Pingdom and Google...

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  • 4 Step Workflow for Collaborating With a WordPress Freelancer

    4 Step Workflow for Collaborating With a WordPress Freelancer

    If you’re a WordPress user without a technical background, you might find yourself looking for a freelancer to help you sooner or later. Here are four steps to working with a WordPress freelancer.

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  • Setting Up a Simple Spreadsheet as a Content Calendar

    Setting Up a Simple Spreadsheet as a Content Calendar

    For the past years, I did not have a content calendar. I only wrote blog articles or email newsletter when I felt that inspiration struck me. As you can imagine, my results were pretty bad. I...

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  • WordPress Plugins: Getting Started with WPPB Boilerplate

    WordPress Plugins: Getting Started with WPPB Boilerplate

    As WordPress developers, we have the responsibility to build plugins that benefit our users not just by the functionality our plugins add. Find out how to use WPPB Boilerplate for your next project.

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  • Using Docker for Local WordPress Development

    Using Docker for Local WordPress Development

    Docker is a company that offers container-based development that enable you to deploy Docker for local WordPress development. Find out how to start your next WordPress project with Docker.

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