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Archive for the ‘ WordPress Plugins ’ Category

Create Videos from Your Blog Posts in 1 Click; Get Free Traffic #ad

Today, at 10:00 EST, Ankur Shukla is releasing software that will make it simple to create videos to improve the results of your marketing. He calls the software WP Video Machine, and it is a fully automated video creator for WordPress. He has put a lot into this new app, and it shows. Look at […]

Five Best WordPress Backup Plugin

The QuickSprout team has published a list of five best WordPress backup plugins you should have for your website. They have selected these five plugins after analyzing 980 plugins. says, “There are tons of options to choose from. The last thing you want is to install a backup plugin as a fail-safe and have it […]

Improve your WordPress performance with these plugins

WordPress is powered by quality plugins that make the life of bloggers much more easy. The Business 2 Community contributor Jessie-Lee Nichols has shared a list of seven useful WordPress plugins that could prove to be immensely useful. Nichols says, “There are some core plugins that every website should be utilizing regardless of its audience. […]

AMP releases new official plugin for WordPress

Alberto Medina, AMP and WordPress Developer Advocate at Google has announced the launch of official AMP plugin for WordPress. This AMP WordPress plugin provides essential tools and functionality for AMP content creation to the WordPress users. In future this plugin will help bloggers to offer a seamless AMP experience to their visitors. Talking about the […]

Here’s a list of 25 best WordPress plugins for marketers

HubSpot’s Carly Stec has compiled a list of 25 of the best WordPress plugins for marketers. The list includes plugins like Jet Pack, The SEO Framework, Just Writing, Pretty Link, Google XML Sitemaps and more.  Stec says, “Did you know there are over 56,000 WordPress plugins available today? WordPress plugins allow you to enhance your website’s functionality by adding […]

Kinsta shares list of useful incremental WordPress backup plugins

Backup remains at the heart of your WordPress site. Good plugins can help you keep your website safe and updated. Kinsta contributor Brian Jackson has shared a list of four useful incremental WordPress backup plugins. Jackson says, “As a reminder, incremental backups are the preferred way to obtain backups without losing disk space and site […]

Copyblogger publishes guide to the best WordPress tools

The Copyblogger team has published a guide to the best WordPress tools. The guide also covers information on WordPress hosting, themes, plugins, SEO, security, and more. Talking about the guide, the Copyblogger team says, “With this foundational expertise, Copyblogger knows WordPress as well as anyone. We know which hosts, themes, and plugins you should trust to […]

Website Cache improves your all-important Bounce Rate #ad

It’s sad that we all are so rushed in our ives, but it’s a fact, and we can’t turn back the clock. Visitors to your website are under a lot of time-pressure every day, and if your site doesn’t meet their need for quick satisfaction, they will go elsewhere. How long does it take for […]

HubSpot shares 15 WordPress contact form plugins for 2018

HubSpot’s Alex Birkett has shared fifteen of the best WordPress contact form plugins for 2018. Birkett says, “There are tons of options out there, though. To demystify the selection process and help you select a tool, here are 15 WordPress form plugins. 1. HubSpot – Free Marketing Plugin for WordPress When it comes to WordPress form […]

Viper Cache: super speed-up for WP sites #ad

Speed is critical for website success. Users won’t put up with slow sites, and search engines downgrade them. Savvy webmasters use a cache to store a “predigested” version of the most important data on their site, so that data can be delivered with minimal processing when a visitor clicks on it. The data is processed […]