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December 22nd in WP Giveaways by .

webfactory

Most WordPress webmasters rely on free plugins to enhance their websites. There are plenty of awesome premium plugin developers around too. WebFactory happens to be one of them. We have been recommending many of their products to our clients and readers for quite some time now. Security Ninja, Login Ninja, and Core Scanner are all plugins we have covered here. But the guys at WebFactory have many more quality scripts for WordPress webmasters to take advantage of. Here are 3 plugins you can use to prepare your website for the upcoming holidays: [click to continue…]

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July 2nd in WP Stuff by .

If you have been paying attention to the search engine results pages on Google in the past few months, you may have noticed that some authors’ faces are showing up there. Google has big plans for AuthorRank. That means you need to jump on this before it is too late. Besides, your listing is more likely to get clicks when your face shows up under your listing on Google.

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June 15th in Social Media, Wordpress Plugins, WP Stuff by .

Facebook is the top social network today. It has hundreds of millions of users. With the right strategy, you could drive a ton of traffic from Facebook to your website. The more likes and reshares your articles get, the better off your business will be. One of the most interesting ways to generate traffic from Facebook is by locking parts of your content and asking your visitors to pay for them by liking your site. These 5 Facebook content locker plugins add this capability to your website:

WordPress Like Locker: a like locker plugin that asks your visitors to like your article before they can see it. You can use this to hide your download links, offer premium content, and do a whole lot more. [click to continue…]

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June 6th in WP Stuff by .

Personality tests can provide you with a wealth of information on people who take them. They show their tendencies, strengths, and weaknesses. Many organizations run these tests from time to time to gain a better understanding for their work force. Thanks to PTest for WordPress, you can create your very own tests to treat your visitors with.

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May 23rd in WP Stuff by .

We have already covered reasons webmasters should consider signing up for Sucuri. It is one of many services we use to monitor our websites and find out about hack attacks fast. Sucuri does have a pretty decent plugin that could help you make your website safe against basic hack attacks. Sucuri for WordPress monitors your files, keeps track of blocked IPs, and helps you figure out whether your website has been compromised.

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February 3rd in Premium Themes, Wordpress News by .

Thy Word

The internet has revolutionized the way we do things. It has changed the way people shop, research, and even get in touch with their religious community. Just like organizations and businesses, churches need to have an online presence to let the world know about their presence and the activities they offer. Many churches may not have the resources to pay designers thousands of dollars to get a theme developed from scratch. These 30 WordPress church themes are fairly affordable and save religious communities time putting their online presence together:

1. WP Church: WP-Church: a highly attractive template for churches and faith communities. It has 8 custom widgets and 6 custom colors. It offers support for Google Maps. A scripture finder is included too. [click to continue…]

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December 12th in Wordpress Updates by .

The wait for WordPress 3.3 is over. If you have logged on to your WordPress site this afternoon, you have probably seen the prompt to update your website to WordPress 3.3. This new version does offer many improvements over the previous WordPress release.

WordPress 3.3 is more user-friendly than WordPress 3.2. It helps new users get started with it quickly. The new welcome page is pretty useful if you are new to this platform and want to get started as quickly as possible. This page provides new users with a crash course on what WordPress 3.3 has to offer.

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