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Looking for a good WordPress theme? Building a site and stuck on a blank canvas? Struggling to get started in general on whatever you’re working on? Help yourself to these pieces of inspiration. We talk #design, #business, #WordPress, #tools, and more. Get. Stuff. Done!

The Problem With "Get Pro" Plugin Notifications

Quite possibly, the biggest and most obvious factor behind the popularity of WordPress is the fact that you can extend its features and functionality with the help of plugins and themes … all within minutes. Need to add an eCommerce store to your website? Cool, have no fear! How about a job board or a help desk, right next to your WordPress site? A forum

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Landing Page Basics You Should Know + a Twist to Get Even 1,000% More Opt-Ins

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Inbound marketing is where it’s at. This means that your website, whether big or small, should concentrate on generating consumer interest in what you have to offer. And trust me, this is no easy task because website visitors know this is your goal and want something in return for their email addresses, comments, likes and shares, and yes even their money.

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7 Mistakes to Avoid When Promoting Your WordPress Design Business in 2018

One thing that every new business owner learns sooner than later is that promoting a business often turns out to be much more difficult than doing the actual work – providing services to clients. Some business experts take this even further and stretch the idea that promotion is more important than the actual product. While I don’t entirely agree, it’s surely something worth thinking through, and

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WooCommerce Suffering From a Dangerous Object Injection Vulnerability

This is somewhat of a breaking news. In short: WordPress users have to face possible hacker attacks if they are dealing with the WooCommerce plugin. Sucuri team just discovered a dangerous vulnerability during their routine audit for their web application firewall. It seems that the vulnerability inside WooCommerce is Object Injection related and it could allow any hacker to download compromising files from the vulnerable server.

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20 Simple Tricks to Secure Your WordPress Website in 2018

Simple Tricks to Secure Your WordPress Website in 2016

I’ve seen many website owners nagging about the security of WordPress. The opinion is that an open source script is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks. But that is mostly not true – sometimes it’s the other way around. Or, okay, let’s say that it’s partially true, but even then you shouldn’t blame WordPress.

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[WordPress Courses for Beginners] Udemy vs Lynda vs Treehouse vs Skillshare

Udemy vs Lynda vs Treehouse vs Skillshare

WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, powering over 26% of the world’s monitored websites. It is heralded for its usability, and yet few people are familiar with the platform’s basics when first creating a website. Given this knowledge gap, there exists a definite demand for online WordPress courses for beginners.

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5 of the Best Local WordPress Development Tools Compared

Local WordPress Development Tools

If you’re a WordPress developer, you probably do most of your work in test environments. That way, you can tinker with your plugins, themes, and sites all you want without breaking anything for real. The only question is, which local WordPress development tools are the best fit for your needs?

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WordPress: A Decade in the Making

  What’s WordPress? If you have to ask, you’re missing out on one of the largest content management systems (CMS) in the world! On May 27, 2003, WordPress was released by founders, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, and as of September 2013, there are 69,764,179 WordPress sites accounted for around the world! Over 17 percent of the websites in the world run on WordPress, or

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How to Get those Handy Social Network Statistics Counters

Most sites nowadays have a little collection of icons and numbers in a section of their webpage. The purpose of this jumble of pictures and text? To show how popular the site is on social networks. Well now you must be thinking, “Cool! How can I do that?” After reading this article, not only will you have those handy, dandy counters on your site, but

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