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How to Disable Comments in WordPress

Just a few years ago, all bloggers would've agreed: blog comments are good. Recently, though, more and more websites have switched their comments off — forever. What’s changed? The truth is, there are many reasons that someone might want to disable blog…
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BOO! WordPress Themes to Gawk At

Never thought WordPress could be spooky enough to merit a Halloween reference? BOO. We found the spookiest, scariest, creepiest WordPress themes you'll come across. Just kidding. But we did find some of the most unusual (read: extremely niche) options out there, for…
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How to Optimize Content for Google News

In many ways, trying to optimize articles for Google News is the same as trying to optimize content for Google search. In terms of the search algorithm, in both cases, the focus is on quality content and an adherence to certain technical…
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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…
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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…
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The Ultimate WooCommerce Guide

eCommerce integration has been growing in popularity steadily over the course of the past few years. More and more businesses are now selling online, whether or not their core business is eComm. Big enterprises, smaller businesses and even home-based entrepreneurs are making…
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7 Useful Enterprise WordPress Plugins for 2017

WordPress is an open-source content management system with a secure core and large support community with nearly 60% of the market share for content systems; the closest competitor is Joomla at 6.3%. A large portion of that market is made up of enterprise users, like Visa,…
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Web Accessibility Plugins for WordPress Users

In a "first-of-its-kind" trial, Florida-based retail chain, Winn-Dixie, was recently found guilty of violating a blind man's rights for not maintaining an accessible website. Web accessibility cases are common these days as the divide between physical and online business tightens, but this…
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Tips for Higher Education Marketing to Millennials

Gone are the days when higher education marketing could rely on glossy brochures and academic reputation to attract new students. Millennials have learned from college dropouts like Oprah Winfrey and Mark Zuckerberg that a degree isn't your only path towards success or…
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