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Friday, August 19, 2022

Archive for the 'WordPress Tips' Category

The Future of WordPress [Interview]

Search Engine Journal has published with Josepha Haden Chomphosy, Executive Director of WordPress, discussing the present and future of WordPress. Vahan Petrosyan says, “This year, at WordCamp Porto, I had an opportunity to interview Josepha Haden Chomphosy, Executive Director of WordPress.She gave us some very in-depth answers about what is happening in the world of WordPress, and what we can expect in the future from the top CMS. WordPress powers nearly half of the web. What challenges does WordPress face as a CMS in the coming year and how does it plan to overcome them?  Chomphosy: “WordPress... [...]

How to Secure Your WordPress Site

It is very important to keep your sites secure. Hackers constantly try to damage websites, and it’s up to you to secure your website. Search Engine Journal has shared 15 ways to secure a WordPress site. The SEJ team says, “When setting up your WordPress site security, there are some basic things you can do to beef up your protection.Here are some of the first things you should implement to help protect your website. 1. Implement SSL Certificates Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates are an industry standard used by millions of websites to protect their online transactions... [...]

Highlights of WordPress 6.0 Features

The newly launched WordPress version 6.0 features new accessibility improvements. Search Engine Journal contributor Roger Montti has published an article highlighting WordPress 6.0 accessibility improvements. He says, “WordPress offered a sneak preview of the numerous improvements coming to WordPress 6.0, currently scheduled for May 24, 2022. Alt Text An improvement to the alt text used on the featured image is to use the post title as the alt text for it when the featured image is linked to the post. Improvements to Tabbing WordPress noted an addition that allows tabbing into... [...]

WordPress SEO Guide: Everything You Need to Know [E-book]

WordPress makes it easy to structure, manage and publish your content in an SEO-friendly way. That’s why it’s considered the best CMS for search engine optimization. Search Engine Journal has published a new e-book ‘WordPress SEO Guide: Everything You Need to Know’. SEJ team says, “This guide is composed of 11 chapters and 353 pages of expert insights written by some of the industry’s top practitioners. What You’ll Learn in This WordPress SEO Guide What you need to know when launching a WordPress site. Key considerations before, during, and after... [...]

QuickSprout Lists Top 9 WordPress Web Hosts for 2022

A WordPress-specific web hosting solution is worth it for better service, performance, and support for WordPress sites. QuickSprout’s Lars Lofgren has published an article highlighting top nine WordPress web hosts for 2022. He says, “Depending on your goals, one host may work better than another for your specific needs. Below you’ll find in-depth reviews that explain my recommendations, followed by a brief tactical section to help you assess your options. Bluehost is one of the most popular and trusted web hosts on the market. That’s because of three things: Ease... [...]

Managing WordPress Revisions for Consistent Site Performance

It is important to keep your website or blog updated for getting a continuous flow of visitors. WordPress stores a copy of the post/page changes from the previous version. It helps us to a great extent in managing content creation. Elegant Themes contributor Randy A. Brown has published a comprehensive article on managing WordPress revisions to optimize site performance. He says, “A revision is just a saved copy of the changes to your page and post content. WordPress automatically stores a revision every 60 seconds while your browser has a post or page open. It also stores a revision every... [...]

How to Rank Your WordPress Site? [Video]

WordPress is one of the best content management systems. Its rich features and a variety of WordPress plugins give you the liberty to publish content and achieve higher in Google search. Neil Patel has published a new video ‘WordPress SEO Tutorial for Beginners’ sharing a tutorial for beginners. He says, “Wouldn’t it be great, if you could optimize your WordPress site for SEO without having to be an SEO expert. Well, there’s a way. Today, I’m going to break down WordPress SEO tutorial for beginners.” Neil Patel’s Blog  [...]

Your Guide to SEO Optimization for WordPress

SEO is the lifeblood of your business today. It helps you fare better in the search engine results and reach more customers online. Rank Ranger contributor Liraz Postan has shared some useful tips for WordPress SEO optimization. She says, “There’s no doubt that WordPress is the best choice if you’re looking to optimize your website for search engines and your designated audience. Below, let’s have a look at several effective tips on how you can achieve this goal. SETTING UP THE BASICS Anyone who’s heard of SEO will jump over to keyword research and other common optimization... [...]

Achieve Better Page Speed with These WordPress Image Optimization Plugins

When it comes to launching a great website with content publishing features, WordPress is one of the most favorites around the world. With a variety of WordPress plugins, you can perform several tasks to achieve better website performance. Search Engine Journal contributor Olga Zarzeczna has published an article highlighting ten WordPress image optimization plugins for faster page speed. She says, “If you were to implement just one of multiple insights the PSI tool gives you, image optimizations are likely the most effective. Streamline the process with one of these tools. 1. Imagify The Imagify WordPress... [...]

WordPress SEO for Enterprise: Top Tips & Best Practices [Podcast]

Search Engine Journal has published a new podcast ‘WordPress SEO for Enterprise: Top Tips & Best Practices’ to help you improve your WordPress performance. The SEJ team says, “For WordPress to function smoothly, transparency, communication, and acknowledging wins are vital. This podcast is for you if you want to stay ahead of the curve, need to be flexible, and need to make quick adjustments. That’s what WordPress is known for. Don’t be afraid to invest in your hosting. It’s like the foundation of your site. It is so critical, and they are going to be your... [...]