Aren’t you tired of copy/pasting your posts into your newsletters? To connect on a different user interface to send your campaigns? And search the plugin directory for a form or popup to grow your list? DeliPress is a newsletter and opt-in forms plugins fully integrated into your WordPress dashboard that will save you a lot of time.
Nowadays, marketers have one goal in their mind – Optimize for Speed! The reason is obvious, mobile traffic has surpassed than that of desktop and Google has started to count the loading time of a website as one of the ranking factors. This means you can directly improve your site’s SEO by improving your website speed.
Owing to the fact that billions of websites run on WordPress, it makes sense to improve the load time of your WordPress site in order to improve ROI and raise conversions. I will share the top 5 image optimization tips for boosting the speed of your site.
Bibblio’s Related Posts plugin features a recommendation engine that gives you enterprise-level content recommendations through artificial intelligence.
Do you want to insert code snippets into your WordPress posts? Your best bet is to use a syntax highlighter plugin. Here’s the best one I’ve found.
Ever wondered why your numbers are dwindling even after using quality content? Well, here are 7 surefire ways on how to increase course sign-ups using proven industry tactics.
If there’s one feature that you’ll find on nearly every single affiliate website, it’s a product comparison table. Seriously – I think a requirement for joining the Amazon Associates affiliate program is that you be able to create product comparison tables – they’re that common.
But despite their ubiquity, most people still laboriously create their product tables using page builders, custom HTML, or an Excel-like table plugin like TablePress.
In this article, I’m going to show you an alternative solution that’s a great option if you’re running an affiliate website powered by WooCommerce.
I’ve been setting up two factor authentication for most of my logins lately, and even wrote about when and how to use 2FA on my blog.
One of the steps I took was to secure WP logins with 2FA, and the Two-Factor plugin by George Stephanis is the best plugin I found for that purpose.
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