You’ve just setup a new WordPress site and you are wondering which plugins to install.
I know the feelings because I was once a newbie. But having been blogging and using WordPress for over 6 years, I can tell within the blink of an eye what you need for your new blog.
I don’t even need to know the reasons or niche you are blogging in. There are plugins you must install as early as you have your WordPress blog setup.
Let’s begin first by looking at some key reasons why you need plugins for WordPress and what plugins are. Continue reading
You Think the Password Keeps You Safe?
In the same way, your computer has been exposed to a variety of Internet threats so is your blog.
Whether you have established the blog to share your knowledge, passion or as a kind of a business, you are supposed to protect it as your personal property.
Keep always in mind that your integrity and reputation could be compromised by some hackers’ attack. Posts and mailing lists can be used for spamming or other criminal purposes.
A hard work invested in gaining the readership can be lost in minutes. Security of your blog is of utmost importance, and complicated usernames and passwords are certainly not enough. Continue reading
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
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 At the moment, almost all of the plugins you could use to add your map are either outdated or keep bugging themselves, and you, too.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.
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
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