ManageWP is known for its one-of-a-kind WordPress management software (web app) that lets you manage multiple WordPress installations from a single control panel. For folks running a single site, it’s not a big deal, but if you’re managing multiple websites – then it’s a godsend! For quite some time now, the folks at ManageWP been cooking something new which they said “would rock the WordPress scene”.
WordPress is a platform that can be used for creating any type of sites. It has great potential to support photographers to get a quick and quality website set up within minutes. There are a ton of WordPress Photography themes available, that are especially designed for the photo blogs.
A well functional and feature pack theme can drive large number of customers and ultimately led to more exposure.
In this post I’ll showcase 50+ Premium fresh & minimal design themes from various theme developers that are created especially for photographers in mind.CONTINUE READING »
As it’s the weekend, maybe you have a little time to catch up on your reading. This post is part of a weekly series, Weekly Roundup. Feel free to read and enjoy some of these great posts I have found this week.
There have been some great tutorials and news from the WordPress community.
Adding a donation button to your WordPress blog is really simple. You can use a Paypal button or other widgets to invite and allow readers to donate to your blog freely, rather than – or along with – ads that can bring income to your blog.
If you’re considering adding a donation button, take some time to think through your decision, asking yourself the following questions:CONTINUE READING »
WordPress has revolutionized the way websites are made and put the power of web design into the hands of anyone that would like it. Unfortunately, once an individual’s site is up and running, they are going to be at serious risk of having their hard work ruined by malicious attacks.
With over 8.5% of the world’s websites currently being run by WordPress, countless individuals have become exceedingly efficient at hacking into this platform, stealing private information, and potentially ruining one’s livelihood. If you have a WordPress website, take a few moments to protect your investment with these simple security tips.CONTINUE READING »
Here’s another post on the on-going series of “Ask the Readers”. This readers series is really doing well and I’m really happy with its success. This is the third post in the Ask the readers series.
Today’s question - Which Cache Plugin Should You Use? W3 Total Cache or Quick Cache or any other cache plugin.
With a new blog starting in every 7 seconds, the competition is fierce for each and every author.
Most of the bloggers emphasis on producing quality content to get more leads to their small business, but forget about building social presence and making their business blog search engine friendly.
Yet, with this article I want to share 12 Essential WordPress Plugins that can give you huge boost of traffic and make your blog more search engine friendly.CONTINUE READING »
The great thing about WordPress is that it is an open-source blogging platform; which in simpler terms means it’s 100% free! For a self-hosted site all you need to purchase is a domain name and shared hosting. This can be easily achieved for under $100 per year. With the minimal startup amount there is no wonder that hundreds of thousands of new WordPress blogs are started each day.
This is great for WordPress but what if you wanted to separate yourself from the pack a bit and gain an instant advantage? The answer is investing in what’s important.CONTINUE READING »