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Colin Newcomer is a freelance writer for hire with a background in SEO and affiliate marketing. He helps clients grow their web visibility by writing primarily about digital marketing, WordPress, and B2B topics. You can find him at www.cnewcomer.com

How to Create a WordPress Multilingual Site: Considerations + Step-by-Step Tutorial

How to Create a WordPress Multilingual Site

Searching for the best way to create a WordPress multilingual site? Well – spoiler alert – there’s no “best” WordPress translation plugin for every single situation. But there are some tools that will work in most situations, as well as some questions you can ask yourself to pick the plugin and approach that’s right for you.

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Data Visualization in WordPress: How to Do It (With Examples, Plugins and Tools)

Data Visualization in WordPress

Using data visualization in WordPress is a great way to enhance your regular text content and better communicate data and concepts with your readers. While “data visualization” sounds fancy, it’s really just a term for graphically presenting information or data to make it easier for readers to understand ideas, trends, or patterns. That last part is the most important – it’s not just dumping data on visitors. Instead, it’s using data to tell a story in a visual manner.

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Best Password Manager: LastPass vs Dashlane vs Bitwarden vs 1Password

Best Password Manager

Looking for the best password manager to keep your login credentials safe? If you’re reading this post, you probably don’t need me to tell you that it’s a scary world out there when it comes to digital security. In fact, if you use the same password on multiple sites, it’s probably been leaked already, putting you at digital risk.

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Will Gutenberg Replace Page Builders Like Elementor, Divi or Beaver Builder?

Will Gutenberg Replace Page Builders?

As we keep rolling towards WordPress 5.0, a lot of people are wondering if we’ll see Gutenberg replace page builders like Elementor, Divi or Beaver Builder once it’s officially merged into the core. In this post, I’ll shed some light on this topic and analyze what’s likely to come next for page builders in the “Gutenberg age”.

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Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition to Gutenberg

Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition

At WordCamp Europe 2018, Matt Mullenweg laid out a rough roadmap for Gutenberg over the next several months. In July, there’s going to be a big push to increase Gutenberg adoption, with a 5.0 beta in play for August (or beyond; actually, probably beyond). The impending integration may have you wondering how WordPress developers are planning to build for Gutenberg.

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Your Default Blog Homepage Sucks: Why You Should Be Using "Start" Pages Instead + How to Build One

blog homepage

If you’re like most bloggers, you spend a ton of time on your blog posts. Crafting the perfect headline. Writing that intro that grabs readers just right. And while your posts certainly are important…how much time does that leave to spend on your blog homepage? Or, maybe a better question – do you even have a WordPress blog homepage that’s not just a list of your most recent posts?

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