Machine Learning in WordPress: How to Analyze the Emotional Impact of Your Content Using AI

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The way people feel while navigating your website and reading your content is difficult to quantify. However, it’s something you need to understand if you want to truly engage your audience. This means you might want to learn how to use machine learning in WordPress to analyze your content’s impact. (more…)

Transparency Report #35 – The Year 2017 in Review (and What’s Next for Us)

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Welcome to the 35th edition of the monthly transparency report (for December 2017). This series is where I try to share everything that’s going on in our business behind the scenes (at least the most interesting stuff) plus some of my personal thoughts and learnings. Click here to see the previous reports.
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12 of the Best Tech Newsletters to Subscribe to in 2018

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Searching for the best tech newsletters to subscribe to in 2018? The pace of technological development can make it very hard to stay up to date (as well as time-consuming). Throw in the tremendous amounts of great content produced every day, and you can really struggle to keep abreast of everything. That’s why the curated newsletter is making a comeback and is so popular now! (more…)

WordPress Gutenberg Guide: How to Build Your Next Site With the Revolutionary Editor

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Depending on how plugged in you are to the WordPress community, you may or may not already be familiar with the upcoming WordPress Gutenberg editor. The Gutenberg editor has stirred up all kinds of discussion on both sides of the aisle. But this post is not trying to weigh in on that debate… (more…)

January 2018 WordPress Comics … w/ CodeinWP

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Hi everybody, hope you’ve had some good rest during the holiday season! Our team had a great time indeed, but now it’s time to get back to work. And a nice way to start the year is with a good laugh. Hence, this roundup of January 2018 WordPress comics! (more…)

January 2018 WordPress News – This Month in WordPress w/ CodeinWP

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 This is the January 2018 edition of “This Month in WordPress with CodeinWP.”  (more…)

How to Install WordPress Themes and Plugins From GitHub

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A lot of WordPress theme and plugin developers use GitHub to implement version control for their projects. This means all their code and files are available for anyone to see and download. However, having to install WordPress plugins from GitHub manually can be frustrating. (more…)

20+ Best SEO Friendly WordPress Themes for 2018

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SEO friendly WordPress themes can be a great asset to your blog. These days, getting a good spot in Google is key to any website’s existence. Implementing some solid SEO practices is one thing, but having one of the quality SEO friendly WordPress themes is the other. (more…)

Transparency Report #34 – Is Black Friday Good for Merchants?

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Welcome to the 34th edition of the monthly transparency report (for November 2017). This is a series where I share and discuss the more interesting events, projects, and learnings from the company’s day to day. Click here to see the previous reports.
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What’s the Best WordPress Translation Plugin? WPML vs Polylang vs Weglot vs TranslatePress

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You can find yourself looking for the right WordPress translation plugin in a couple of scenarios. Chief of them – when creating a multilingual website. The task in itself is usually a pretty big undertaking, so it makes sense that you want to get the plugin decision right from day one. (more…)