We try to keep our products updated so you can use them with the latest versions of WordPress, Drupal, Joomla or just about any other platform. The reason we’ve been in a situation to offer products like WooCommerce 2, Cartwheel, Wordfence and the latest versions of WordPress is because it was essential for our team to have a strong technical foundation with which to create unique products that they would love to share with their friends and clients.
Our w2s are a key part of building that community, and they are a way to connect you with a wider audience and help your business grow with every release of our products. We are so inspired after seeing how many of our people use our w2 to get the content they have been looking for, and use them to create amazing products. We hope that some of the tools we provide can help you build and share experiences that you would never dream of creating unless you were part of that community.
What makes the product better?
Most of our w2s (and our WooCommerce 2) is packed with lots of extra features that will really make use of the built in SEO and Google Analytics features you already have – this allows a lot of additional work to be put into your business. You can see our w2 in action here:
A new online survey shows that nearly a third of Americans believe in a supreme being and many believe that Jesus Christ was a literal prophet.
The survey, which was conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Media Research Center, found that 43 percent of Americans believe the U.S. government really exists and that in order for the nation to be safe, it needs to have faith in God.
And 28 percent of respondents do not believe in a god. Forty nine percent of respondents said that they believe in God, but they were unsure of what he or she was like.
And a full 63 percent agreed that Jesus Christ was a prophet, although no religious person was more likely than the others to agree.
“People say they believe and believe that Jesus was a perfect prophet—and that’s a good thing,” said study author Kevin Coombs. “The bad thing, however, is people don’t know quite what to believe and they need to learn. People are more likely to say they believe in God and see Jesus as a prophet, as more than 10 per cent of the general public do this week.”
The survey was conducted Jan. 11-