Did you know that over 4.4million blogs are published to the internet every day? Or that 409 million people read 20 billion WordPress pages every month? The rate at which news breaks and trends change is astonishing, and even the most clued-in internet lovers can struggle to keep up.
In the digital age, having excellent security is an absolute must for a website to succeed. All of your information and website data need to stay confidential or no one will use the website. This is why SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, is so important.
The SSL is a security protocol that creates an encrypted link between a web browser and a web server. This ensures that any and all data will remain private and confidential. An SSL is an essential tool for your website especially if you have an e-commerce store or handle any financial transactions.
When you’re setting up an eCommerce store, the chances are it’s your pride and joy, and you know your history, your products, and your policies like the back of your hand. However, when it comes to creating your website, you need to remember that your customers don’t know the ins and outs of your business like you do.
When you’ve spent hours crafting word-perfect written content for your website, you want to know that as many people as possible are going to read it. Long content is precious.
The main goal is to avoid the dreaded wall of text, keeping your content easy to digest and accessible to all. In this blog, we’ll be offering tips, tricks, and tools to help make your content more readable.
The internet has revolutionised the way we shop.
It’s easier than ever for people across the globe to find what they’re looking for and make a purchase with just a few clicks. But, on the flipside, it’s also easier than ever for consumers to give businesses their feedback, showing the world what they really think of your products and services.
At one time, the term ‘pop-up’ was loaded with negative associations. Users across the web had bad experiences – loading websites only to be bombarded with unrelated nuisance pop-ups, some even with malicious intentions. Pop-ups got such a bad rep that the person who created them went as far as to apologise for his invention.
Telegram is an instant messaging and voice over service, where users can easily send photos, videos, audio, and all other types of files in the application. The Telegram app is currently available for iOS, Android, Windows, Linux and macOS.
Research shows that internet users prefer to browse and shop in their native language, so adding Google Translate to your WordPress site is a great idea if you have ambitions to move your online store into overseas markets or just want to make the web browsing experience better for visitors from around the globe.
In this blog we outline the benefits of adding Google Translate to your WordPress site, and give you details of plugins that help you do just that.
WordPress remains one of the world’s most popular tools when it comes to content management systems. But, like all good things, it can take time and patience to master – particularly when it comes to WordPress backend management.
For those who are unfamiliar with web-development, getting to grips with the backend of your WordPress website may seem like a daunting task – and you might not have the funds available to call in a professional.
Do you need to expand your food ordering for your restaurant online? That is an effective way to expand your business and be more financially successful. Most restaurants already have a website, and a lot of them use WordPress.
Your WordPress website should be aesthetically pleasing, user-friendly, and include all your food items as well as quick ways to order. In addition, there are WordPress plugins you can use to make online ordering more streamlined and easier for the customer.
With online business booming across the world, now could be the perfect time to move your business online. The eCommerce sector presents exciting new opportunities no matter your industry and provides an excellent way to grow and get ahead of your competitors. Before you take the leap, however, there are some important factors you need to take into consideration.
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Every WordPress website has several elements that are the same. These elements include things like themes, plugins, security, a template and more. One of the first steps that WordPress users need to complete when building their website after installation is choosing templates for their website.
Having a WordPress website is a good way to find business success, as there are many tools to help organize your content and make it more available to potential customers. Using tiered accounts is one way to organize your products or services, to provide more security and more exclusivity to your website.
When it comes to WordPress there are many impressive stats out there, but if you’re at all familiar with WordPress they probably come as no surprise.
For example, you’ll be unsurprised to know that WordPress remains one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) around the world and as a result it powers 35% of the internet and takes a whopping 50-60% of the CMS market share.
Everyone these days has a mobile device. Having a smartphone or tablet device is like carrying around a device filled with your information and instant access to the Internet. As such, many people visit websites from their mobile devices. So let’s talk about mobile responsive.
Despite the increase of users to WordPress websites every year, not all WordPress websites are mobile responsive. Having a mobile responsive website means your website will function properly when used on a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet.
While WordPress remains one of the most popular content management systems on the web, its size and popularity unfortunately makes it a prime target for hackers and security breaches.
This means that safety and security are incredibly important and allowing users to safely login into a WordPress site is a crucial aspect of this. Achieving this can be done through login plugins that provide a complex and layered system to keep data safe.
From creating personal blogs to corporate websites, the possibilities with WordPress are endless. At the same time, eCommerce is a rapidly growing sector with over 20 million online stores worldwide.
WooCommerce is a top plugin that helps transform your WordPress site into an eCommerce store. The platform boasts some impressive stats. According to the latest, it has been downloaded over 82 million times and is used on over 3 million websites worldwide, accounting for 6.8% of the top 1 million websites.
Everyone is familiar with Google. Google is an American technology company that created one of the most widely used search engines of all time. These days, Google provides dozens of different services from keyword help to advertising.
Google is not the only search engine that exists. There are many other options and alternatives that can provide excellent search results. These alternative search engines can be tailored to specific audiences as well.
WordPress sites make up almost all of the Content Management System (CMS), according to Sucuri.
WordPress is clearly a major target so that begs the question, why do cybercriminals attack WordPress sites? Read on for the reasons why cybercriminals attack WordPress sites and what you can do to defend and prevent an attack.