Here’s a detailed tutorial on how to create charts in WordPress, using the slick free plugin Visualizer.
Looking for the right WordPress Q&A plugin to turn your blog or site into a Q&A powerhouse? Here’s an in-depth look at the 6 of the most popular Q&A WordPress plugins.
Content marketing isn’t a fad. It’s here to stay. But it’s a difficult marketing tactic that requires a lot of planning and strategy. Here are 5 great WordPress marketing plugins to help you do just that and make your blog’s content truly excel.
Right now, there might be someone trying to break into your WordPress site — and if you don’t do something about it, their success is virtually guaranteed.
WordPress is an excellent option for bloggers. Here’s a quick and simple guide on how to import Tumblr to WordPress in just a few easy steps.
Bounce rate is an influential search engine ranking factor that tells Google a lot about your blog’s quality. Maintain a low bounce rate, and that’s at least one way Google will look at you with favor. Keep a sky-high bounce rate, however, and you might just find yourself bounced out of the SERPs.
Trying to get people to visit your brick-and-mortar business through your website? There’s no better way to do that than Google Maps. Integrating Google Maps with your WordPress website is ridiculously simple — here’s a quick tutorial.
Tired of the standard WordPress commenting system? Maybe you want something new from Facebook, Google+, or Disqus? Whatever you need, it’s all here in this post: a comparison of the 4 top commenting systems for WordPress, and how to setup each one.
Looking to setup a free e-commerce platform on WordPress, but don’t know how to get started? We’ve got you covered — here’s a comparison of five free e-commerce plugins to get you started with your Internet store.
Bored of your default, WordPress-centric back end user interface? With the WP Admin UI Customize plugin, it’s easy to tailor the UI to your specifications. Follow our guide below on creating a WordPress custom dashboard.