• Big Blunders in WordPress and How to Prevent Them

    A blunder here and a blunder there on WordPress can be deadly. It can kill your SEO campaign that you’ve otherwise spent good money on, prevent you from ranking, and it can damage your bounce rate. As a consequence, conversions stay low and the sales don’t come. Fortunately, WordPress isn’t the most popular web software

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  • WordPress Events and Conferences of 2018

    This post is frequently updated. The only way to get ahead in your business is to plan ahead. When it comes to planning for WordPress events and conferences, the earlier you start to think about them, the easier it will be to justify them when planning your schedule for the upcoming year. Whether you want

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  • 5 Best WordPress Advertising Plugins for Sites of All Sizes

    Whether you’re a large digital publisher or a solo-blogger, ads are usually at least a part of what helps you keep the lights on. But WordPress, much as we may love it, doesn’t provide any easy way to manage advertisements…at least out of the box. That’s where WordPress advertising plugins come in. These plugins help

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  • So you want to organize a WordCamp? Read this first

    WordPress fans get the opportunity to connect with fellow developers, bloggers, and small business owners at WordCamp events, which take place all around the US, Europe, and the world at large! As of this writing, there have been: 751 WordCamp events around the world 69 cities represented 65 countries 6 continents WordCamp Denver recently wrapped

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  • 4 High-Quality Yoast SEO Alternatives for WordPress SEO

    When it comes to WordPress SEO plugins, Yoast SEO is the first thing on most WordPress users’ minds. There’s just no arguing with the plugin’s 61 million+ downloads. But while Yoast SEO might be king, that doesn’t mean there aren’t viable Yoast SEO alternatives out there. In this post, we’re going to dig into some

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  • How to Fix Common WordPress Formatting Issues

    Not everyone wants to draft posts directly on WordPress’s built-in WYSIWYG editor, or Gutenberg, if you’re a bit ahead of the times. A lot of content is created off the WordPress content management platform, using popular tools that include Google Docs and Microsoft Word. Today we’re going to show you how to avoid and fix

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  • Digging Into WordPress 4.8: New Features and the Road to Gutenberg

    On June 8th, WordPress 4.8 shipped to a resounding chorus of “Oh, that’s kind of cool.” But while that tongue-in-cheek introduction doesn’t quite scream excitement, WordPress 4.8 did ship with some helpful widget additions, as well as a variety of under-the-hood improvements to remove deprecated code, add new functionality, and pave the road towards the

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  • 5 Fast-Track Ways to Optimize WordPress Blogs for Search

    As a blog owner, it’s important to keep your blog in tip top shape. That means you should be conducting routine tests to optimize your blog for search visibility. As search engine algorithms change, it’s essential to optimize WordPress to keep your blog searchable. Besides, what’s the point of writing all that amazing content if

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  • 20+ Free Tools Every WordPress Developer Should Know About

    WordPress developers come in all shapes and sizes, and not all learned to code in the same way. Even with years of experience behind you, there still may be awesome resources you’re not taking advantage of. It’s easy to miss when a new tool becomes available — there are so many that it can be

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  • WordPress and Video: Tips and Best Practices to Do It Right

    Did you know that WordPress actually includes a built-in video player? Personally, I know that it exists…but I’ve never seen a single site use it. That’s because if you want to use WordPress and video together, you’re much better off turning to a third-party video streaming service that lets you embed videos in WordPress. In

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