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Jean Galea

Jean Galea is an investor, entrepreneur, and blogger. He is the founder of WP Mayor, the plugins WP RSS Aggregator and Spotlight, as well as the Mastermind.fm podcast. His personal blog can be found at jeangalea.com.

Best WordPress Multilingual Plugins

Having a multilingual WordPress site is crucial for many businesses. We compare the three best WordPress multilingual plugins: TranslatePress vs WPML vs Weglot.

Best Invoicing Plugins for WordPress & WooCommerce

7 Best Invoicing Plugins for WooCommerce & WordPress

If you’re a freelancer working with WooCommerce and WordPress, sooner or later you will need a good invoicing application to generate estimates and bill your clients. These are the best WordPress and WooCommerce invoice plugins you can find.

Best WordPress Appointment and Reservation Plugins

Best WordPress Appointment and Reservation Plugins

Many businesses need to accept bookings and appointments through their website. Since millions of such websites are based on WordPress, it follows naturally that there is a need for good appointment plugins for WordPress.

We, therefore, tested the options on the market and present you with the best WordPress appointment and booking plugins we’ve found.

How to Aggregate all Affiliate Data in One Place

Are you doing any kind of affiliate marketing on your website or blog? In this post, we’ll see how you can use one platform to gather all your affiliate performance results from all the different affiliate platforms you’re signed up to!

How to Limit WP-Admin Functionality for the Contributor Role

How to Limit WP-Admin Functionality for the Contributor Role

If you run a multi-author blog and you’re letting other writers pen their articles directly in your blog’s wp-admin, you will probably want to limit their access to what they can see or do. Here’s a look at how I do that on my WordPress sites.

Selling Your WordPress Plugin or Theme Business

Over the past few years, we’ve seen many acquisitions and merges in the WordPress space. Here’s a brief overview of how they work and what to look out for as a buyer or a seller.

Where to Put Custom Code for Your Website in WordPress

Whenever you need to add custom code to your WordPress site, the typical recommendation is to put it in the theme’s functions.php file. I don’t like doing that as it’s easy to forget to copy-paste that code to the new theme when it’s time to a refresh.

Moreover, if done in that manner, you don’t have the ability to switch on or off certain functions.

The solution for me has been the following plugins:.

How to Become an Influencer in a Niche With Minimal Effort

Becoming an influencer in a new niche can take considerable time if you go the traditional route of starting a blog/social media account/podcast and start producing content slowly about the topic of choice.

I like to accelerate that process by using the WordPress plugin WP RSS Aggregator. This plugin allows you to pull in content from other websites and social media. Basically, any web platform that outputs an RSS feed.

Managed Hosting Compared

Managed WordPress Hosting Compared

In this post we take a look at companies offering managed WordPress hosting. These companies have in-house WordPress experts and have built their hosting system from the ground up to be tailored for the specific needs of a WordPress site.

From web hosting to WooCommerce plugins and backup services, we have put together a collection of exclusive coupons and deals just for you.
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