There are tens of thousands of web tools out there, but which ones are really the best? Which website builder should you use if you don’t have any experience?[Read more…]
Through time, any seasoned WordPress user will find out hacks, tips, and routines to make their WordPress experience hassle-free. It takes months, maybe years, of continued WordPress usage, research, and trial-and-error to find these hacks out.
It is a fact that there are lesser-known WordPress features that not many users are aware of. Or, if they are actually aware of them, they don’t take the time to learn how to maximize these features. A lot of times, plugins will make using these features easier and faster too. Learning about these add-ons requires additional research as well.
So, here are some lesser-known WordPress features and helpful support plug-ins that might be useful for you:[Read more…]
If you are a bookworm and a blogger in one, the best WordPress books should be in your library. It may sound old-school now that almost all information is found on the internet, but books may still be one of the best ways to learn about something. There is a wide variety of books about WordPress. There are beginner-friendly books with introductions and how-tos while there are still books for experts and professionals that focus more on the technical side of WordPress. There are books for bloggers and writers, for SEO and data analysts, to WordPress books for designers and coders.
This post may summarize just that and which options are the best, depending on the content you are looking for. Here are some of the best WordPress books to read in 2021:
The internet is filled with tens of thousands of web tools and services for bloggers to use.
How can you know which ones are best for your blog or business? Some advertise more than others and you usually see the ones that pay more, some are more user-friendly, while some need the mind of a pro. [Read more…]
Getting hacked is one of the worst things that can happen to your website. Not only is it difficult to clean up after the mess, but sometimes it’s also nerve-wracking to shore up your website’s defenses. After all, you don’t want the hacking to happen again. Now, in dealing with this, prevention is always better than cure; that starts with finding out why your WordPress blog is getting hacked.