Tag Archives: WordPress

Best WordPress Themes for Blogs You Should Consider Using

Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. More people blog on WordPress than any other platform. If you want to stand out from the crowd, you need the right theme. WordPress themes determine the layout of your blog, the impression it […]

Top WordPress Web Hosting Providers for Affiliate Marketers in 2021

I asked Google how many web hosting providers are in the world: Yes, over 300,000 web hosting providers. All of them provide web hosting service, but not all of these 300,00 web hosting providers deliver the same quality and features. As with us humans, not all web hosting providers are made the same. Whether you’re […]

How to efficiently curate high-quality content on WordPress with Scoop.it

Over a third of all websites run on WordPress—and because you’re reading this, yours is likely one of them. On top of that, WooCommerce, the ecommerce platform built on WordPress, powers 22% of the top one million ecommerce sites in the world. WordPress makes running your website—and your business—quite easy, and blogging certainly  pays off: […]

How to Protect a WordPress Site from Hackers

WordPress is a frequent target for hacking. Hackers are targeting the theme, the core WordPress files, plugins, and even the login page. These are the steps to take to make it less likely to be hacked and to be able to recover easier if it should still happen. How Hackers Attack WordPress All sites on […]

WordPress SEO Without an SEO Plugin

I optimize some of my WordPress sites without an SEO plugin because often, they simply have more features than I need for certain projects. In this column, you’ll learn how to do WordPress SEO without an SEO plugin. This is not intended to persuade you to not use one, but to show you how to […]

7 Local SEO Best Practices for WordPress Websites

WordPress is one of the most flexible open source Content Management Systems (CMS) in the world. Its rich functionality, low barrier to entry, and unbeatable price tag (it doesn’t get better than free, does it?) have all led to its meteoric rise as the web’s most popular CMS. So it’s no surprise that WordPress has […]

WordPress 5.7.2 Patches a Critical Vulnerability

A WordPress vulnerability rated as critical has been patched. Although the exploit is labeled as critical, one security researcher states that the likelihood of the vulnerability being exploited is remote. The patch is applied to WordPress version 5.7.2. Sites opted into automatic download should be receiving this update without any additional action by publishers. Publishers […]

How to Build a WordPress Site in 24 Hours

WordPress is a fantastic platform for building websites on the fly with little to no development time required to get up and running. In addition, WordPress has fantastic customizability ranging from being able to fully customize your theme, to finding plug-ins that have the functionality to do just about anything you want. The list of […]

Wix Negative Ads Against WordPress Generate Backlash

The Update Button of Doom – You Deserve Better Search Marketing Community Responds on Twitter Wix Campaign Described as Distasteful Positive Campaigns and Goodwill Watch the Wix Negative Attack Ad: The Update of Doom Wix negative ads attacking WordPress created a strong anti-Wix response online. Promotional Bose headphones sent to developers and online marketing influencers […]

How Bitcoin and WordPress Can Help Small Businesses to Survive

Local businesses setting up eCommerce shops is a good idea. People like and want to shop locally, but they like the convenience of online shopping. Small businesses, “mom-and-pop” stores are in danger. As a recent Financial Times article argued, small businesses have been served a one-two punch. Banks have been hesitant to fund small businesses, […]

Core Web Vitals Challenge: WordPress vs Everyone

HTTP Archive (sister site to Archive.org aka Wayback Machine) published real-world statistics of which content management system (CMS) achieved the best Core Web Vitals scores. The results show that while there was one clear winner, the results show that performance was mixed among all of them. The HTTP Archive challenge matched WordPress versus Drupal, Joomla, […]

WordPress 5.6.1 Introduces Bug Into Post and Page Windows

WordPress 5.6.1, which many sites auto-updated to, has introduced a bug that makes it difficult to save a post. A temporary patch has been created to address the issue but it’s not an official update to solve the problem. Changes You Made May Not Be Saved A bug introduced into the latest version of WordPress, […]

5 Ways to Organize Content on Your WordPress Website

When was the last time you organized your WordPress website? Maybe you’re running a blog, provide cool games like Survivor Game, or share the latest cooking tips. If you’ve been doing it for years, chances are your site is packed with content. Even if you started using WordPress with a clear plan, things could still get pretty […]

Best WordPress Calendar Plugin – 2021 Review

Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. A calendar plugin for your WordPress site is a great way to ensure everyone is on the same page. If your business revolves around events, monthly announcements, or appointments, then you’ll want to manage […]

Best WordPress Backup Plugins – 2021 Review

Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. What would happen to your WordPress site if all your data was wiped out? If you don’t have a clear answer to this pretty important question, then you’ve landed in the right place. Without […]

How to Password Protect a WordPress Page

Despite ongoing efforts to replace password protection with more robust and reliable security solutions — such as two-factor authentication or location-based access approval — recent research notes that “password authentication is still ubiquitous although alternatives have been developed to overcome its shortcomings”. So why this continued passion for passwords despite their potential problems? It’s simple: […]