This week we saw the announcement of an interesting project that could make proper version control available for all WordPress site owners, its name is VersionPress. However, due to the indecision of the project owners’ regarding its licensing we’re not celebrating just yet.
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.
Looking to add rich snippets to your WordPress websites for various types of content? Here’s a comprehensive tutorial on how to do just that.
The one thing that makes a website stand out is good content. No matter how much time and effort you put in your blog or website content, if your posts are good and available publicly, they will invariably end up in third party sites sooner or later. Why do they do it? How can they extract your data so easily? Is there a way to prevent this act? This post discusses the possibilities.
If WordPress digital marketing has a weak spot, it’s the lack of a true digital analytics solution. Fortunately for WP users, search engines – most predominantly Google, along with Bing and Yahoo! – have come to the rescue, filling the void with state-of-the art analytics tools on offer, for free.
The internet has transformed the world into a global village. Irrespective of the nature, an online presence in today’s world is a must. You may cite that you have a MySpace or Facebook fan page, or a Twitter handle with thousands of followers. Yet, a website is necessary when it comes to developing a brand name.
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.
Vine is one of the hot new video sites on the web today. For good reason, these short, six-second videos are changing the way we interact with each other, just like its parent company Twitter did with 140 character tweets.
Many blogs and large traffic sites rely on advertising as their primary source of income. This might include Google AdSense, Affiliate Ads, or Direct Ad sales. The …
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.