March 17th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
We have covered many WooCommerce nd WP e-Commerce themes and plugins here in the past. These are powerful platforms to use to turn your WordPress site into an e-commerce store. You can use them to set up small and large shops online. Thanks to Predictive Search plugins for WooCommerce and WP e-Commerce, businesses get to add live product search results to their e-shops.
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February 17th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Most bloggers don’t charge their visitors for their articles. They can make money with premium products and courses though. As long as you have some special, unique content to offer your visitors, you may be able to fund your business by charging for it. Charging for content on a pay per view basis is not that common in the publishing industry. But for special courses and events videos, you may be able to pull it off. Here are 4 PPV plugins you can use to charge for your content aggressively and raise funds for your business:
Pay Per View: protects your content in posts and pages. It comes integrated with Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ APIs. It is PayPal friendly and highly customizable. You can use this for books, videos, tutorials, and other premium content. [click to continue…]
January 24th in Hack Prevention, Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Keeping your WordPress install secure against hack attacks is a no brainer for those of you who want to keep your loyal readers, preserve your search engine rankings, and avoid having to waste time trying to get your site back online again. We have been hacked before many times. In most of those cases, we were to blame for having badly coded themes or plugins. Using unsafe code on your server is one way to leave your site wide open to hack attacks. These 5 plugins help you scan theme files and identify exploits or dangerous files:
Wordfence Security: this plugin not only adds a firewall and virus scanning capability to your site but also scans core files, themes and plugins against WordPress.org repository versions to determine their integrity. [click to continue…]
January 20th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
We all would like our sites to run as fast as possible. A slow website will turn your visitors off. It might even affect your search engine rankings, depending on how far Google and other search engines push site speed as a ranking factor. We have already covered plenty of plugins that help you improve your site’s performance. Removing unwanted plugins, reducing image sizes, and handling how scripts load on your site are just some of the things you can do to make your site faster.
January 10th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Remember the Read It Later service? The service is living on as Pocket these days. The site has gone through drastic changes but is still quite useful for saving articles, videos, and other types of content. If you get a ton of visitors on your website, chances are some of them use Pocket to save articles for future references. With these 3 plugins and scripts, you can make your site more Pocket friendly:
Pocket Read It Later Links: this plugin adds Pocket “Read It Later” links to your posts. It is quite easy to implement. [click to continue…]
December 28th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Plenty of folks use WordPress to build an online presence for their business. Having a site that gets your prospects familiar with your business is nice. But giving them the chance to buy things from you or reserve their place online would be nice too. These 10 plugins let you handle reservations online:
easyReservations: a property and reservation management plugin that lets you receive and schedule bookings on your site. It works for hotels, car rental businesses, and events.
Booking Calendar: this is an elegant plugin useful for resource scheduling, client management, and patients handling.
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November 19th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
We all have a number of plugins installed on our sites. We rely on them to enhance the functionality of our sites and offer more features to our visitors. Installing the wrong kinds of plugins could slow down your website though. Besides, you have plugin conflicts that come up if you are not careful. Plugin Organizer is a handy tool that lets you choose the order your plugins are loaded (to potentially speed up your site) and disable plugins selectively to improve performance.
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