Showing posts with label WordPress. Show all posts
Showing posts with label WordPress. Show all posts

Friday, March 24, 2017

Landing page tool for WordPress

Landing page tool for WordPress 

LeadPages: One of the most trusted landing page tools for WordPress or any other blogging platform.

OptimizePress: Offers WordPress plugins and themes. You can use either to create a landing page on your blog. Also a great solution for creating membership for your WORDPRESS SITE.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Learning WordPress for the Top Developer and Blog

WordPress Official Documentation for WPSometimes its easy at times its tough to make sense.
Shout Me Loud Blog for Blogging using WordPressRanked below 2000 all over the web in Alexa.
Digital Inspiration and Tricks with lot of WordPress stuffDigital Inspiration, launched in 2004, is among the top 100 technology and how-to blogs on the Internet out of an estimated total of 130+ million blogs.
WP Beginner the name suggests, its a great resource for beginnersquality tips, tricks, hacks, and other WordPress resources that allows WordPress beginners to improve their site(s).
WP Tavern goal of this site is to provide quality tips, tricks, hacks, and other WordPress resources that allows WordPress beginners to improve their site(s).More than 320,000 people subscribe to WPBeginner for helpful WordPress tutorials and resources.
ManageWP news community!Register to share, discuss and vote for the best WordPress stories every day, find new ideas and inspiration for your business and network with other members of the WordPress community.
WPMUDEV most read WordPress resource on the web with more than 4,000 articles in our archives on every topic imaginable.Their live chat sessions are good...though its a paid service.
WP Snipp more than 650 WP code snippetsGo on and mess up with your site...

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Grow Your Website Traffic Using This Top 5 WordPress Plugins

All in one SEO Pack

This is really the first must-have WordPress plugin on the list. The plugin is actively installed on millions of blogs and is the standard for SEO optimization. The free version offers a huge list of SEO resources including support for SEO on custom post types, automatic title optimization for Google search, auto-generation of META tags and avoiding duplicate titles.
After enabling the plugin, you will have to set it up to run properly. Go to All in One SEO and then General Settings.
  • Checking canonical URLs will automatically generate permanent links to articles and avoid duplicate content
  • Under Home Page Settings, you have the opportunity of creating a SEO-rich title, description and keywords
  • Use the plugin to verify webmaster tools for Google, Bing and Pinterest
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Google XML Sitemaps

As powerful as the search engines are, even they get lost sometimes on their way around your blog. If a search engine cannot find its way around, your pages and posts won’t be indexed and won’t show up in search results.

Creating a sitemap helps by offering a guide for search engine crawlers around your website. With the Google XML Sitemap plugin, it’s easier for the crawlers to see the complete structure of your blog which means you’ll show up in Google, Bing, Yahoo and searches.
This is another one that you basically just enable and let it run. You will want to add it in Google Webmaster Tools by clicking “Crawl” then “Sitemaps” and then submitting the sitemap. Google XML Sitemaps will notify the search engines automatically every time you create a new post.

Digg Digg

The Digg Digg WordPress plugin is favorite social sharing plugin by a long-shot. The plugin displays your social share buttons on top or on the side of posts and includes 22 different social sites.

There are four options for sharing buttons placement. The most popular is the floating social share area because it ensures that your readers are always just a click away from sharing your content. No matter far down the page is scrolled, the share buttons follow the page.
It is difficult enough to get readers to share your content. You need to make it as easy and as top-of-mind as possible. Before floating social share buttons, if a reader scrolled down  past the beginning of your post, there was a good chance they’d forget that sharing was even an option.

AddThis Mobile Share

The AddThis Sharing Buttons plugin offers some great tools for mobile. It makes it super easy for your mobile visitors to share your content with a single tap. It also offers some nice customization options to match your website or blog. Mobile traffic is growing rapidly and it’s easy to lose shares from your mobile readers but this plugin will help you fix that right away.

WordPress Popular Posts

After you’ve built some authority on your blog and are showing up on Google, visitors from search are going to start accounting for a majority of traffic. Make an impression by showing off your best work and you might just convert them to long-term readers that come back to the blog on a regular basis.

That’s where the WordPress Popular Posts plugin comes in. The plugin creates a widget that you can place on your blog and show a ranking of posts. The widget is extremely customizable and can be set to show posts with the most views over the last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days or all-time.
Not only can you show a list of popular posts but you can also limit the list to a specific category. I have one list that displays my most popular product review (aka affiliate) posts. It highlights the affiliate products that people read most and increases my website revenue.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Twitter now has an official WordPress plugin

Twitter today announced that it’s releasing its first official Twitter plugin for WordPress that brings a bunch of Twitter functionality to your site easily.
The new plugin brings a plethora of features; it automatically generates Twitter Cards for your pages, enables Twitter Analytics, embeds video and adds a tweet button to posts in the admin interface.
There’s an option that allows you to tweak the look of embedded tweets on your site, so it matches your theme, along with a number of features that help users get started with Twitter advertising.
Twitter’s new plugin is available now, for free.

Monday, February 2, 2015

10 top WordPress resources

Want to learn WordPress? Or hone your skills in blogging? Then check out these high quality online resources, where you'll find tons of advice and inspiration. 

The web is a wonderful thing, brimming with resources and tutorials for people wanting to learn about the world of WordPress. But, sometimes, too much choice can be confusing, so we've picked 10 top sites that will really help you get to grips with the open source CMS. You'll be a blogging genius in no time!


Download WordPress and get access to popular themes and plugins at
What better place to learn about WordPress than from its own site and the developers behind it. At you can not only download the software but learn the history behind the open source CMS, get access to popular themes and plugins and engage in active forums with other WordPress users.

02. .net

Part of the Creative Bloq network, .net has lots of WordPress training and advice
Our sister site .net has a wealth of WordPress advice, news and tutorials. Aimed at users of all skill levels, here you can learn special tecnhiques such as how to mastering the WordPress Loop and customising the WordPress admin area, as well as read advice and information on the software from industry experts.

03. WooThemes

Going strong since 2008, WooThemes now holds a huge library of awesome WordPress themes and plugins
Back in 2008, three WordPress enthusiasts, from three different countries met online and decided to set up theme and plugin provider WooThemes. Now an international team of designers and developers catering for hundreds of thousands of users, WooThemes offer a huge catalog of feature rich themes, and a suite of plugins to extend your WordPress experience.

04. Lynda

Access a wealth of WordPress training at
Husband and wife Bruce Heavin and Lynda Weinman have built up an extensive tutorial video library over the past few years. And WordPress has it's own dedicated section, offering a wealth of training in the software for all skill levels. You can follow some of the tutorials on Lynda for free, but for full access a paid subscription is required.

05. wpbeginner

Wordpress resources
wpbeginner was set up by WordPress enthusiast Syed Balkhi
wpbeginner is a brilliant resource for anyone who's interested in WordPress but isn't quite sure where to start. Founded in July 2009 by Syed Balkhi, the main goal of this site is to provide quality tips, tricks, hacks, and other WordPress resources that allows WordPress beginners to improve their site.

06. WPKube

WPKube is a WordPress resource site which focuses on a wide scope of WordPress-related areas and publishes compilations of themes, plugin, tools, tutorials on WordPress optimization, and more.

07. Digging into WordPress

Wordpress resources
Digging into Wordpress is the blogging home for the book of the same name
Set up by Chris Coyier and Jeff Starr, Digging into WordPress is the blogging home for the upcoming book of the same name. Books and blogs are the perfect complement to each other when it comes to learning web technologies. The blog is there for searchability, quick tips, and copy and pasteable code, whilst the book can be there for your reference and new information.

08. Nettuts+

Wordpress resources
Nettuts+ offer some of the best tips and tutorials on Wordpress
Nettuts+ is a site aimed at web developers and designers offering tutorials and articles on technologies, skills and techniques to improve how you design and build websites. Also covering HTML, CSS, JavaScript, CMSes, PHP and Ruby on Rails, they offer an array of WordPress tutorials, tips and tricks.

09. Smashing Magazine

Wordpress resources
Founded in 2006, Smashing Magazine have remained independent
This addition to the list was a complete no brainer, as Smashing Magazine is known as one of the best resources for tutorials and tips for web designers. Founded in September 2006, the online magazine prides itself on its independent status and delivers lots of useful and authoritative articles and features on WordPress.

10. Speckyboy

Speckyboy launched in October 2007, as the personal freelance web design homepage of Paul Andrew
Speckyboy design magazine is a web and graphic design blog run by Paul Andrew. Launched in October 2007, the site has grown into a brilliant resource for designers. With over 500 articles on WordPress training, tricks and advice, you're sure to find something useful here.