Sufyan bin Uzayr
We all know that WordPress is a very powerful Content Management System. It can easily be used to run more than just blogs. Plus, the best thing about WordPress is that you can extend it through the means of plugins, custom fields, or new content types.
And speaking of custom fields and content types, there are two popular solutions that can help you work with them: Advanced Custom Fields and Easy Content Types.
For quite a while now, I have been reviewing the addons of the WordPress Video Robot plugin. You can check out the plugin’s review here, or the other addons here: TED Video Service, Monetizer Addon, Frontend Submissions addon.
In continuation with the ongoing series wherein I review a new addon for the WordPress Video Robot plugin, in this post, I will be discussing the Frontend Submissions addon.
In continuation with the reviews of addons for WP Video Robot plugin, in this post, I will take a closer look at the Monetizer addon. As the name suggests, the Monetizer addon is what you would use if you wish to monetize your videos that are posted via the WP Video Robot plugin.
Recently, I reviewed WP Video Robot, a useful plugin that lets you import and publish videos on your website from a variety of channels, such as YouTube and Daily Motion. Before going any further, just in case you have not already done so, I would recommend you to check out the WP Video Robot plugin review (link here), or just head over straight to the plugin’s official website.
Of late, videos have grown in popularity, and more and more websites are now offering video content to their users. You can credit it to the fact that we all have better internet speeds nowadays, or that videos in general are much easier to understand as compared to text content, but the fact remains the same: be it social media or publishing websites, videos have become a popular factor everywhere.
It is no secret that website speed matters a lot when it comes to improving the performance of your website. Google has openly stated on numerous occasions that faster page load times equal better user experience and as such, websites that load fast have a better chance of getting a higher search engine rank.