It’s Episode 281 and we’ve got plugins for Navigation menu Role Control, Donald Trump Quotes, User Roles, Featured Image Size Notification and a new protocol tool that connects WordPress to the Internet of Things. It’s all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!Z!
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Andy Baio Relaunches Waxy.org on WordPress
After 14 years of blogging with MovableType, Andy Baio has relaunched Waxy.org on WordPress. Baio’s media and technology blog has been a continual source of original content about life on the internet and how it affects our culture. The migration includes 472 posts and 15,891 entries from his sideblog Waxy Links.
Waxy.org played a small part in WordPress.org’s early history. In 2005 Baio broke the story about WordPress quietly hosting search engine spam articles in order to help cover some of the site’s expenses. The exposure and subsequent removal of the articles temporarily decimated WordPress.org’s pagerank but Matt Mullenweg’s response to the situation brought more transparency to how the open source project was being funded. Baio interviewed Mullenweg for the piece and considered it his first foray into serious journalism. Read original article here…. wptavern.com
5 Ways To Figure Out What Your Website Visitors Actually Want
If you make a living from your WordPress website(s), then you need to know what your visitors want. It’s natural to assume that you already know exactly what your visitors want. You got them to show up in the first place, right!
Assuming that you know what your visitors want is a sure-fire way to lose at least some of your visitors’ attention prematurely. And, the good news is that pinpointing your visitors’ needs and wants really isn’t all that complex.
In this article, we’ll take a look at four tools you can use to answer five specific questions about your website visitors. That way, you can make sure that you’re hitting the mark and delivering the content your visitors are googling. Read original article here…. premium.wpmudev.org
SEO Checklist: 4 Simple Steps to Get Your WordPress Site Ranking Higher
Have you ever Googled your own website and been disappointed with the results? Maybe a random snippet of text rather than a proper site description was displayed. Or maybe you found that it takes Google far too long to locate and index your content.
In either scenario, you’ve got a problem on your hands — unless, of course, you’re ok with funneling traffic to your site exclusively with paid ads. Organic search is the single most important driver of traffic for most websites, so getting your site properly indexed is of primary importance both for you and your web development clients. Read original article here…. premium.wpmudev.org
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