A quick rundown on transient data in WordPress: What is it and how to manage it? 

In WordPress, transients are a particular way of caching data for a certain period of time. Instead of storing data in the object cache, transient data in WordPress is stored only temporarily, with the hopes that it will be updated occasionally. Transients are generated with a set maximum lifetime, after …

Some Good News for Crypto Investors – Fund Fees Price War Erupts

With the cryptocurrency market still undergoing a significant downturn, investment fund operators across the industry struggle to attract investors. Now, several of them appear to be cutting fees, as they hope to entice investors to renew their commitments. Buy the Dip – Now Cheaper Than Ever Last month, Swiss crypto …

Crypto Crash Hits African Americans Hardest With 25% of Community Invested

The current market conditions have not been favorable for many companies in the cryptocurrency sector. However, these market conditions have also affected many investors. In the US, crypto retail investments are still high despite the declining asset prices, but investors are still recording losses. Crypto crash affects African Americans The …

WooCommerce Wednesdays: How to use WooCommerce chatbots to grow your online store

When evaluating WooCommerce chatbots, remember that increasing ecommerce demand has also brought the need for faster, round-the-clock service. Businesses that try to handle this with internal personnel and resources will quickly run into limitations. Fortunately, ecommerce technology is growing alongside consumer demand, giving sellers new tools for helping their customers. …

How to write an effective out-of-office message: 13 OOO examples

Figuring out how to write an effective out-of-office message can be a cringe-worthy experience for any small business owner. Oftentimes, the business operations rely on the activity within your inbox. As you think about taking a summer vacation, separating from an email inbox can produce real anxiety. What happens if …