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Top Six Coming Soon Plugins for WordPress

UnderConstructionPage for WordPress

Coming Soon or Maintenance Mode Page for your WordPress website is a must-have when your website is unavailable. With so many plugins available, which one should you choose for your coming soon page?

While each of these plugins can get you a professional-looking Coming Soon or Maintenance page, it is all about additional features, overall use and your level of expertise in the area that should be considered while making your pick. Here are our top six suggestions for you. Continue reading

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The Best Way to Add Google Maps to Your Blog so easily!

Google Maps Widget PRO

If you own a business of any kind, you need people to be able to find you. Having a Google Map on your website is a must nowadays, but getting it and having it work often can cost you a lot of time, anxiety and money.

Almost everyone who had tried adding the map on the website themselves had a nerve-wracking experience. At the moment, almost all of the plugins you could use to add your map are either outdated or keep bugging themselves, and you, too. So, until now, hiring a developer to do it for you was a costly but unavoidable budget spill.

Luckily, now we have Google Maps Widget that will help you place a map on your website that won’t make your hair go grey in the process. Continue reading

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What are Coming Soon Pages and How to Create one with WordPress

Coming Soon page in WordPress

Today, more and more casual users, developers and business owners are drawn into WordPress. It’s no wonder why it is the best Content Management System in the market today. It is so popular because it is easy to implement and majorly it is open source.

You can tweak almost everything if you have the right set of web development skills. So, if you are building a new website then WordPress is the one to go for.

Once you plan to start a website or are starting a new project and get a domain then you might not want to stick with the generic page. This will look very unprofessional and even so if you are building a brand. Continue reading

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Blogging Platforms Compared ~ WordPress Vs Blogger!

blogging platforms

There are quite many blogging platforms now available to the blogging community. However, it cannot be argued that WordPress and Blogger are the big game players.

I started my blogging journey in 2012 with WordPress and have been with it till date. Truth is I don’t have any experience with blogger but I’ll like to smell it in the days ahead.

I have seen a lot of people switching camps. For the most part, people leaving Blogger to WordPress. That points to something we may worry about.

I don’t know which platform you have chosen and for what reasons. I know people don’t just do things. There must be reasons behind their actions. Even if you are just following the crowd, that’s still a reason behind your actions. Continue reading

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X Theme 3.0 ~ The Most Incredible WordPress Theme!

x theme 3.0

X theme 3.0 is here and I’m most excited to talk about this incredible WordPress theme. This is the only theme park that has changed the way users see WordPress CMS and blogging.

With X theme, you can simply transform your site from a simple WordPress blog to a full blown magazine or news website. The adaptability of X theme is limitless.

In the past, I have written about previous versions. If you didn’t read these reviews, you now have them here;

One thing that has remained a charm is the low price. Despite the feature-rich nature of the plugin, the team has still maintained its incredibly low price of $63. This means anyone can have an incredible website without loosing his leg. Continue reading

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Make your blog load faster – Fire W3TC! Grab WP Rocket

Make your blog load faster

We know speed is a crucial factor when it comes to blogging from both SEO and visitors standpoints. There are lots of things to make your blog load faster. All things being equal, the faster your blog, the better your chances of grabbing Google’s attention.

If your site or blog takes above 1 second to load, it’s said to be slow. Now, that shows you how much importance is given to speed. That speed literally means the amount of time the server takes to interpret and respond to any request for a web page. This has to do with processing your CSS files, Javascript, database queries, images, etc.

As a reader, it will be wrong judgement to sit before your screen and estimate the number of seconds your blog takes to load. This is because there are lots of  other factors that may affect your speed mainly, your bandwidth and device speed capacity (PC, mobile, etc). Continue reading