In our hands-on RafflePress review, I’ll be taking a look at a new freemium plugin that helps you run smart giveaways where you can give visitors entries in exchange for completing tasks, like sharing a tweet about your giveaway or joining your email newsletter.
This week you in with a chance to win 1 of 3 completely FREE Pro Plans from WP RSS Aggregator with a value of over $400!All licenses include access to five premium add-ons plus premium support and updates for a year.
CMS2CMS, which we’ll be reviewing today, helps you migrate your website between different CMS platforms. Rather than having to manually move your content over, you can use CMS2CMS to move between an array of different platforms, taking along as much of your content as possible.
Incorporating videos into your website content strategy can help keep visitors on your pages and increase conversions, too. However, displaying videos can be tricky, since media files take up a lot of storage space and can slow your site down. With WP RSS Aggregator and the Templates add-on, though, those concerns can become a thing of the past.
Though not as popular as their image-based counterparts, WordPress article galleries are highly useful elements for engaging your readers. Displaying your posts in easy-to-scan tiles can encourage browsing and keep users on your site longer. Plus, you can also use them to highlight specific posts you want to promote. Fortunately, the WP RSS Aggregator Templates add-on makes creating article galleries simple.
Content curation is a popular strategy for sourcing content for your website from various other online publications. It can be an effective way to quickly fill your site with posts and even has some SEO benefits when done correctly.
That said, there are many things to consider when it comes to choosing your sources, using other creators’ content ethically, and making sure you’re using your time wisely. This post will cover key tips for creating a solid content curation strategy, including using WP RSS Aggregator.
Many developers choose to build plugins for WordPress because of its dominance. Wide availability of plugins means that your non-profit can quickly add new features to your site without expensive and lengthy custom programming.
As your WordPress site grows, you might be looking for a more effective, affordable way to manage your site’s images, videos, and other media files.