2020 Black Friday Buyers Guide – WordPress Edition

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WordPress Black Friday Buyers Guide Table Of Contents & Referral Links

00:00 Intro
00:12 GridbuilderWP
03:26 Dynamic Content For Elementor
05:48 WP Fusion
09:04 Thirsty Affiliates
12:04 AffiliateWP
14:27 Easy Digital Downloads
16:42 Restrict Content Pro
17:49 Project Huddle – Save 30% with code PROFITABLEFRIDAY
21:51 Fluent Forms
22:11 FluentCRM
23:10 Ninja Tables
24:22 WP Developer Bundle
27:13 Astra Bundle
28:58 CartFlows
30:38 WP Amelia
31:57 WP Rocket
32:41 WPvivid Backups
35:25 LearnDash
37:28 TutorLMS
42:16 Elementor

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Dave Swift
Dave Swift is managing director at Client Amp LLC and chief software reviewer at Profitable Tools. You can follow him on YouTube.


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2 thoughts on “2020 Black Friday Buyers Guide – WordPress Edition”

  1. Hi Dave, noob question, if you have Astra theme do you need Elementor or Elementor Pro? And how do you rate Astra against Themeisle’s Neve? I picked up the latter in an AppSumo LTD but now I am ready to build my first web site I want to do it right the first time. I don’t want to do it in Neve and then find I need to do it again in Astra to get better performance or outcome.

    1. Hey Greg!

      A couple of resources for you… first my recent article, WordPress Essential Tools. In this article I discuss the role of the theme vs. the page builder.

      Second, I have a free WordPress course on YouTube, it’s about 2 hours long and will get you through all the basics. WordPress Made Easy

      I hope these two resources answer your question and any other questions that come up as you build your first site! Good luck.

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