Guest post: Using custom forms to your advantage.

Forms are responsible for most of the interaction we see on the web.

I recently had the pleasure of writing a guest post for the fine folks at Caldera Forms to dig into this a bit more.


Contact forms are great. They give people a way to reach you via your website without exposing your email address.

But you can use forms for so much more than sending a message.


We should think of forms as tools to create interactive experiences. That way we’ll find more opportunities for using them.

Here are five examples to get you going.

Check it out: How to use custom forms to your advantage.

My WordPress workshops in 2018

A couple weeks ago I shared my personal goals for 2018.

My first big goal is to raise $10,000 for charity bike rides coming up in the spring, namely the Manulife Ride for Heart; the Ride to Conquer Cancer; and the PWA Friends For Life Bike Rally.

To hit that goal, I’m going to be hosting a series of beginner WordPress workshops across Ontario.

Why across Ontario? Because I think smaller communities outside of the GTA don’t get enough attention when it comes to topics like this.

We’re all caught up in the tech bubble here in Toronto. But what about everywhere else? It’d be great to share knowledge with those smaller communities, squeezing in some roadtrips, and raising money for a good cause along the way.

Keep reading…My WordPress workshops in 2018

Guest post: A/B testing Give landing pages with Google Optimize

There are a bunch of testing tools out there, but for this article, we’re going to focus on using Google Optimize. It’s free and integrates with the rest of Google’s marketing suite, which is pretty fantastic if you’re already using Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager.

Another guest post for December! This time I’m covering A/B testing with Google Optimize. Kudos to the team at Give for the opportunity. If you’re looking for a donations plugin for WordPress, you gotta check em out.