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Blogging Platforms Compared ~ WordPress Vs Blogger!

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.

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X Theme 3.0 ~ The Most Incredible WordPress Theme!

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.

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

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).

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Boost Traffic & Engagement with MycommentAuthors 1.4 ~ Upgraded!

MyCommentAuthors 1.4 is here with cool updates and light bug fixes. It’s your number 1 commenting plugin to help you bring back your visitors, boost traffic and engagement.

My readers have been quite excited since I released this plugin. It helps me show appreciation to them, feature them on my blog and give those who are more active a dofollow back.

If this is your first time of reading about this wonderful engagement plugin, here are a couple of posts I have written about it before;

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2 Free WordPress Plugins To Boost Your Traffic & Affiliate Income!

I found 2 free wordpress plugins that can help boost your traffic and increase your affiliate earnings. If you are interested in generating income from your blog, I think you’ll have to pay attention to this post.There are two serious issues I want to face today;

  1. Traffic to your blog on autopilote – From social media
  2. Generate more affiliate sales or sale more copies of your product.

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MyCommentAuthors Version 1.2 Released! More Traffic, More Engagement!

I’m so excited to announce version 1.2 of MyCommentAuthors free WordPress plugin. Initially, I did not see where it was going but after publishing version 1.0, the feedback from my community was quite exciting.

Some of you have installed the plugins. Others are waiting for month end as initially, it was a purely month end plugin. However, with version 1.2, you may have to get it right now. I’ll explain the new features shortly. Let me mention some few important and exciting developments. First, check out this post for version 1.0