In the digital age, email is one of the quickest and most important methods of communication. People can access email instantly with notifications popping up on computers and mobile devices. This means that they can receive many notifications at any given time and need to be able to differentiate between the good and the bad.
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One of the most important aspects of a website is organization. For WordPress users, having a plugin that fully organizes all the files on your site is super helpful. The great thing about a versatile tool like the WordPress Download Manager plugin is just how many ways it can be helpful to users.
The Internet has no universal language and is multi-lingual. While English is one of the top languages spoken around the world and used online, it is not the only one. According to internetworldstats.com, over 1.9 billion internet users reside in Asia, which is nearly half of internet users.
The other top two internet using areas are Europe, which has over 659 million internet users, and Latin America and the Carribean, which have 404 million.
We are happy to announce version 3.0 of the Route manager Plugin, which has just been released.
From an enhanced Elevevation Graph to sharing capabilities, this release includes a long list of new features and bug fixes. They make the experience of creating and sharing routes on WordPress even smoother!
CreativeMinds has two new add-ons that enable anonymous posting to the maps in your WordPress website – a much requested feature. Now the plugins Maps Location Manager Pro and Maps Routes Manager Pro can host guest posting through easy-to-use add-ons.
Opening the website to unregistered users is a really appreciated feature by visitors. Those who don’t want or don’t have the time to manage an account feel much more at ease browsing open services.
CreativeMinds currently has six WordPress add-ons that integrate with PeepSo, and we plan to increase this number in the future. This combination enables WordPress website managers to add social networks features such as virtual communities, user interaction, and payments on their websites. These plugins are:
WordPress is an expansive platform that offers plentiful tools for users to build, manage, and monetize their website.
Due to a constant growth in popularity, more and more users have been trying to turn their own WordPress website into a source of profit (and since you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you are too).
Do you want to easily build a WordPress site? Use a WordPress page builder. This can be achieved by using a page builder plugin to quickly drag and drop to create, edit, and customize the layout of a page without using any code. Some WordPress users encounter difficulties with customizing WordPress pages, but there are plugins for that.
The Creative Minds Video Lessons Manager for WordPress recently gained a powerful ally: the Quiz Add-on.
The Video Lessons Manager Quiz Add-on For WordPress supports adding a knowledge quiz to tests users that have completed a video lesson. The admin can define scores for passing the test.
Having online video courses available on your WordPress site is a wonderful way to bring traffic to your site and improve your business success. There are many benefits to having video courses on your WordPress site, despite the growing number of video lessons options available in today’s market.
Video lessons and video courses are a great way to add e-learning content and engage users in a helpful knowledgebase of information.
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.
Managing an online community is a hard job. Between evaluating content and fixing technical issues, there’s little time to deal with unsolicited disturbances. Nathaniel Parker knows this well: his WordPress website was plagued with spammers and fake sign ups. To ease his burden, he chose the Email Blacklist plugin.
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!
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.
When it comes to the slew of problems that long load times bring to your website, slow site navigation is only the tip of the iceberg. So, we researched the best WordPress Caching Plugins to speed your site.
The Tooltip Glossary WordPress plugin is one of the most dearly loved creations of CreativeMinds. Originally published in 2013, it is one of the company’s biggest hits, having helped over 100,000 users to boost their SEO while creating quality content easily. This month, we have many exciting updates and a special bundle discount!
Dragana Amarilis is a Serbian linguist with a passion for teaching and a knack for creating rich websites about languages. And she’s combining those two to overcome a tough challenge: engaging millennials, who were practically born with a smartphone in each hand. Her solution: the WordPress plugin Tooltip Glossary.