• How to Sell Digital Downloads with WordPress
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    So you’ve created your digital product or found one you’d like to sell online. You’ve decided you’d rather create your own online store instead of using a marketplace such as ClickBank or PayDotCom. Taking this approach gives you more control over how your product is marketed and promoted, and it can... Read more »
  • Manage Multiple Sites for Free with MainWP
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    If you look after more than one WordPress site then you will be pleased to know there is a new free tool available to help you manage the plugins, themes, content, backups and much more on those sites, all from one central location. If you are tired of logging into your... Read more »
  • How to Survey your Readers with a Google Forms Powered Survey
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    While there is a good selection of survey plugins available for WordPress, today I want to illustrate another way to survey your readers by adding a Google Form to your WordPress site.  The benefit of doing this is that you get all the ease of use that comes with setting... Read more »
  • How to Create a Dynamic Chart or Graph for use in WordPress
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    When it comes to displaying charts and graphs in WordPress there are a number of options available. Today we are going to take a look at a plugin called Google Chart WordPress Plugin and show you how in just a few easy steps you can add dynamic charts to your... Read more »
  • How to Build a Multi-Vendor Marketplace with WordPress
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    If you need to create a multi-vendor marketplace where visitors can sign up and list their products for sale, then you will pleased to know that WordPress is a great choice for such a project. Thanks to the wide-range of themes available for the software, building almost any type of website... Read more »
  • The #1 Reason That I Am (Probably) Not Promoting Your Themeforest Theme!
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    I am contacted on a daily basis by theme developers requesting that I help promote their new releases. Often they will also be helpful enough to even suggest on which post their theme should be added. I love to support these smaller theme developers, and more so if it is their... Read more »
  • 13 Ways To Keep Your WordPress Website Secure From Hackers
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    WordPress security is often overlooked, and when a hack happens this can prove fatal to your blog or business website. A lack of security can often be attributed to a lack of understanding of how (or even why) someone hacks websites, and this is why it is so important to... Read more »
  • Disable Comments Without Deleting Them (WordPress)
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    I have recently discovered how difficult it is to temporarily remove all comments site wide, without deleting these comments forever. This website receives a massive number of comments; a huge number that are spam, a large number that are real (but do not add to the conversation, or the article as... Read more »
  • Self-Help Tips for Designers Starting-out on WordPress
    WordPress design is a lucrative field because over a quarter of all websites are using WordPress (yes, I know that you know already), and it’s relatively easy to get into (WordPress and the community helps you all the way through). If you have finally given in to the lure of designing... Read more »
  • Setup Your First WordPress Website In Under 30 Minutes (The Easy Way)
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    We are now in 2016, and if you don’t yet know how to build a stylish website with the number 1 content management system then you are seriously falling behind. Even if you have never built a website before, and have absolutely no skills in website development I can show you... Read more »
  • 7 Proven Trust Signals on WordPress Sites
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    Any business is built on trust. Unless a user can rely on you and your brand, he will hardly ever... The post 7 Proven Trust Signals on WordPress Sites appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • How to Source and Share Relevant Content on Your WordPress Website
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    When you consider adding new content to your website or blog, you’re likely to think about creating original articles or... The post How to Source and Share Relevant Content on Your WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • Pros and Cons of Using Sumo on Your WordPress Website
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    The Sumo suite of tools, previously known as SumoMe, can help you add many useful features to your WordPress website.... The post Pros and Cons of Using Sumo on Your WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • 10 Reasons Why WordPress Is Perfect for Small Businesses
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    If you remember there was a time when business handlers and entrepreneurs needed to find a developer just to make... The post 10 Reasons Why WordPress Is Perfect for Small Businesses appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • How to Get More Comments on Your WordPress Blog
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    Engaging with your audience is a vital part of running a successful WordPress website. By creating a thriving online community... The post How to Get More Comments on Your WordPress Blog appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • Torque Toons: How To Avoid April Fool’s Jokes Online
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    If you hate annoying April Fool’s Day jokes as much as we do, you’ll love this week’s cartoon. Don’t forget to check out our other editorial toons! Doc PopDoctor Popular is an artist and musician living in San Francisco. As a full disclaimer, he is neither a doctor nor popular. The post Torque... Read more »
  • Content Is King, But Does It Rule Alone In Marketing?
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    The importance of quality content has become evident over the past few years. Lately, Google had updated its algorithms which lead to the rejection of duplicate or spun contents. So it became important for website owners to work on SEO techniques that can deliver better organic results. Before you could... Read more »
  • The 7 Best Affiliate WordPress Plugins
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    Before you run off and install a dozen affiliate WordPress Plugins, how about spending a minute to focus sharply on what... The post The 7 Best Affiliate WordPress Plugins appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • 8 Amazing WordPress Multisite Examples Used by Notable Brands
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    One of WordPress’ most impressive features is its built-in support for Multisite, which enables you to run a network of blogs from one installation. However, you may wonder if this feature is strong enough to hold up under pressure. Fear not! Multisite is a robust, powerful tool that can be used in... Read more »
  • 6 Compelling Reasons WordPress Is the Best Platform for Your Website
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    Choosing a platform is one of the first and most crucial decisions you’ll make for your new website. Your Content... The post 6 Compelling Reasons WordPress Is the Best Platform for Your Website appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • Doc Pop’s News Drop: Big changes to the Plugin Repository
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    Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. This week we talk about the new features and look of the WordPress plugin repository. Love WordPress news but hate reading?... Read more »
  • 5 Best WordPress Membership Plugins (Compared) – 2017
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    Are you looking to build a membership site in WordPress? Want to know which is the best WordPress membership plugin? Choosing the right membership plugin is crucial for your business because a better platform means more opportunity for growth. In this article, we will compare 5 best WordPress membership plugins... Read more »
  • The New Plugin Repository: Just A Beginning
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    Last week the long-awaited WordPress.org plugin directory was rolled out. While this re-design has been in an open beta for months. Many users and developers felt taken off guard by the launch, which happened without warning. In a comment on the announcement post, Kevin Hoffman summed up much of the community’s... Read more »
  • WordPress Performance Testing: Why, How & Which Tools to Use
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    Tons of articles written as the one guide to performance on WordPress, tons of content dedicated to the subject at... The post WordPress Performance Testing: Why, How & Which Tools to Use appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • An Inside Look at WooCommerce 3.0 – What to Expect From The Update
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    eCommerce in WordPress usually means one thing: WooCommerce. The plugin is the go-to solution for most online shops – not just in the WordPress sphere but on the web in general. WooCommerce’s popularity is due to its ease of use, number of features, developer friendliness, high extendability, and a host of... Read more »
  • The Future of the WP-CLI: An Interview with Daniel Bachhuber
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    WP-CLI is changing the way developers work in WordPress. On a simple level, it’s a set of command line tools used for managing WordPress installations. It takes commands that are already known and makes them easier to retrieve. We talked to WP-CLI project maintainer Daniel Bachhuber about the state of the project... Read more »
  • How to Add Ebook Downloads in WordPress
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    Do you want to add ebook downloads to your WordPress site? WordPress makes it easy for you to upload your ebook files in PDF format and make them available for download. You can also sell ebooks or use them to get more email subscribers. In this article, we will show... Read more »
  • Email Marketing for WordPress Plus Easy Plugins to Get Started
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    If you’re simply after the best email marketing services for WordPress, we kindly urge you to scroll further down and... The post Email Marketing for WordPress Plus Easy Plugins to Get Started appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • Why You Should Put Your Old Plugins Up For Adoption
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    If you’re a plugin developer with multiple plugins in the repository, it can be hard to make sure they’re all up to date. If you aren’t regularly monitoring all of your plugins, you might get a notice like this: This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no... Read more »
  • Torque Toons: ZooCommerce
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    This week, WooCommerce announced the release of version 3.0. They’ve nicknamed this version the “Bionic Butterfly”, which works well with Woo’s long list of alliterative animal names. Don’t forget to check out our other editorial toons! Doc PopDoctor Popular is an artist and musician living in San Francisco. As a full... Read more »
  • How to Set Up Author-Level Access for People Publishing on Your WordPress Website
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    WordPress is the perfect platform for creating a blog or website with multiple authors. Whether you’re launching a collaborative project... The post How to Set Up Author-Level Access for People Publishing on Your WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. ... Read more »
  • How to Create a Sticky Floating Navigation Menu in WordPress
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    Have you noticed that many popular websites are now using sticky navigation menu. Normally, navigation menus are displayed on top and disappear as users scroll down. Sticky navigation menus float as users scroll down and are always visible on screen. In this article, we will show you how to easily... Read more »
  • 10 Education WordPress Themes for Online Courses, Personal Blogs, Schools and Universities
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    Whether you are a president of an educational institution, a school principal, or a blogger who writes about education, you know how important it is to impress the viewers of your website. For bloggers, retention of users means a more productive blog while managers of schools and universities benefit by... Read more »