Today Wild Apricot Website themes dictate the overall look of Wild Apricot sites. This being said, is pretty important to understand the effect that the right Wild Apricot theme will have on your website. Each Wild Apricot theme has its unique layout and can be refined depending on the content you want to share and calls to action […] read more.
Congratulations to Nicasio Design client Truly Invested for the timely launch of their new Wild Apricot website using Nicasio Theme . After a few rounds of revisions, some minor tweaks, and some straightforward visual enhancements – the work is done. Please visit the site and look at this visually pleasing Wild Apricot Nicasio Design Theme refined and customized for […] read more.
Example of how sites use Wild Apricot Login placement Because a successful Wild Apricot Login is the beginning of a member’s interaction with your Wild Apricot website we feel that keeping the Login highly visible is best practice as it gives access to restricted Wild Apricot content such as member directories and members-only events. Up next is a […] read more.
Quick Google Analytics Conversions Guide for Wild Apricot Websites Have you asked yourself how many people visit does my Wild Apricot website from any given email / marketing campaign? How many of those visitors ‘convert’ to members? Where did they come from? How much time do they spend on a given page, and do that take action [as […] read more.
Ever wonder how other organizations seem to always be so relevant and uniquely engaging their audience? Perhaps they understand their audience via actively measuring their Wild Apricot website’s performance metrics? So, here is how you can setup Google Analytics and some best practices for Wild Apricot metrics: Setting up Google Analytics on Wild Apricot Site: 1- Get a […] read more.
Wild Apricot Login Options In order to perform administration, access member only pages and perform member self-service functions (edit profiles, email settings, etc), you and your members will need to login to your Wild Apricot site using your Wild Apricot credentials or via Facebook or Google + credentials. You can always log in by going to your Wild […] read more.
Wild Apricot’s Facebook Group Finds All of the data in this article is based on ‘’The Wild Apricot Membership Tribe’’ facebook group posts. The data was segregated and organized based on people’s suggestions, needs or just help wanted. Based on 3 months worth of posts (265): 24.15% (64) were Membership related posts which in detail can break down […] read more.
Before sharing our list of basic Wild Apricot platform’s features let’s first take a look of what this software is all about. Wild Apricot is a web-based software designed to help track and manage membership, web content, events and other member related activities. It considered ”cloud” software, so you will not need to install any programs locally or […] read more.
How do you determine what keywords work for your site? In researching keywords one of the most important, valuable, and highly productive activities is the study of your market’s keyword demand. You can learn which terms and phrases to target if you have good SEO skills, and while at it – also learn a little more about your […] read more.
How to Protect your WordPress Website (5 easy steps) Presently content management systems (CMS) and web applications are facing a lot of security issues. WordPress is not an exception as it’s one of the most popular and powerful blogging content management systems. Here are 5 easy basic steps to minimize those security issues: 1- Always keep up WordPress […] read more.
The latest targeted attacks at WordPress websites seems to indicate that there will be more and more attacks as we get closers to the end of 2017. From brute force to complex, and theme attacks will not go away. So, what can a site owner do to protect his investment, his brand, his web presence? One option is […] read more.
Is there any benefit to hiding the WordPress login page? AKA Wp-Admin page. Well, there are a few different schools of thought on this matter and we will gladly point them out. According to WordFence Security it is not because [per WF] most WordPress website hacks happen via 1 or a few of the following ways: 1- Vulnerabilities […] read more.