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Nathan Orr,

6 Crucial WordPress Security Tips to Protect your Website

6 Crucial WordPress Security Tips to Protect your Website

Administering the best WordPress security measures to protect your website can seem like a daunting task at first glance. After all, it’s common knowledge that the internet is full of potential threats that await their chance to infiltrate innocent websites.

These dangers are especially true for websites built with WordPress. Being the most prevalent content management system (CMS) on the market, it is also the most highly targeted by hackers.

Courtney Jones,

How to Keep Users on Your WordPress Site in 7 Steps

How to Keep Users on Your WordPress Site in 7 Steps

What is it about a website that attracts people to it? In this digital age of billions of web pages, this is an important question with a complex answer. It’s very important for your business that your WordPress site attracts and keeps users on your page. There are a few key elements that help keep people on your WordPress site, such as good content, relevant links, and good overall presentation.

Carlos Oliveira,

9 Hidden RSS Uses for Your WordPress Sites

9 Hidden RSS Uses for Your WordPress Sites

The RSS feed has been around for almost a decade – making it kind of a senior web technology. But, even though these Rich Site Summary automatic feeds had time to mature, eye-catching examples of its adoption are few and far between. Especially on WordPress websites.

So, learn the tricks of the trade!

Nathan Orr,

Don’t Miss these 9 Superb WordPress Plugins of 2017

Don’t Miss these 9 Superb WordPress Plugins of 2017

The WordPress marketplace is an ever-changing arena, with countless developers adding to and improving on plugins which users can install to better manage the operations of their WordPress websites.

As we come closer to the end of 2017, its time to look back and take stock of the top performing WordPress plugins of the year and make sure you aren’t missing out on any of the amazing features they can provide.

Courtney Jones,

5 Best Expert and Member Directory Plugins for WordPress

5 Best Expert and Member Directory Plugins for WordPress

Expert and member directories are essential for WordPress sites, because they are excellent organization tools. Member directories allow users to build an extensive directory with detailed profiles and information on specific people. A member directory allows people to be organized and categorized for specific niches to better improve each WordPress site.

Courtney Jones,

5 Best Calendar Booking Plugins for WordPress

5 Best Calendar Booking Plugins for WordPress

A calendar is a helpful feature for any WordPress site, but choosing the right calendar is easier said than done. Calendars are important but often overlooked elements of a website, but they are organization tools for online businesses. These Booking calendar plugins all offer a wide variety of interactive features and can meet your website’s calendar needs.

Rachel Gearinger,

How to Market a WordPress Plugin & Increase Plugin Sales

How to Market a WordPress Plugin & Increase Plugin Sales

So you developed a WordPress plugin you think is pretty handy. Maybe it is a novel solution to a problem WordPress users have. Now what?

We’ve already discussed the importance of a good plugin onboarding process in engaging WordPress users. If you want a plugin that succeeds in the market and draws sales, you’re going to have to invest some time, effort, and a bit of money into marketing.

The reason for focusing on plugin marketing is simple: even if you have the greatest plugin ever made, if people don’t know about it, you’re not going to sell to anyone. This is where marketing comes in.