By powering just under 30% of all the websites out there, WordPress is the most popular CMS in the World. So, what makes a single CMS so amazing that more than 300 million people rely on it? The answer is simple – simplicity. WordPress is famous for its user friendliness and ease of setup. The best known thing about it is the 5-minute install (yes, it literally takes only 5 minutes to install). Adding functionalities to WordPress is as simple as clicking a couple of buttons. This is possible because of its modularity. It is dependant on plugins for added functions, such as login security, contact forms, image sliders, social media, and SEO.
WordPress is unquestionably the most dominant open-source content management system around, powered over a fifth of the entire world’s websites. Since WordPress is so widely used, it is only natural that there’s an inherent need for online content hosted on the platform to be available in different languages.
For those of you who think email marketing is dead I tell you it’s not. It’s still alive and is yet evolving. If you’ve been around in marketing for a while you probably understand the importance of email marketing. It’s a major marketing channel webwide, outperforming its fellow channels in ROI and effectiveness.
Looking for a reliable hotel room booking plugin for your WordPress-powered website? You are in luck! There are tons of them – free and premium. And they are different in functionality, design and pricing.
In this hand-picked collection you’ll find solutions for a diversity of hospitality niche establishments – hotels, guest houses, villas, hostels, etc. All plugins are standalone ones, namely, you can install and benefit from them regardless of the WordPress theme used.
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Check out this comparison of the top three WordPress SEO plugins. Learn the difference between the free and premium versions of all three so you can make the best choice for your website in 2017.
One essential tool in a web designer’s bag of tricks is a grid builder. Grid builders provide an overall framework within which your content can be placed. They provide a skeleton of invisible lines for arranging content in a neat and organized fashion.
Building a grid should be an easy process that doesn’t take up too much of your time. And if you’re using WordPress, there are a number of quality plugins that let you get to work right away. Using lightweight and clean WordPress grid plugins, you can plan and execute a grid system on any page, right down to the last detail.
Google Analytics was launched by Google in 2005 to provide a service with which you can know your audience, trace your customer path and see what they’re all up to.
Ever since its introduction it has grown and developed, providing new and better ways of tracking and of showing you all the statistics you might want.
With both WordPress and Google Analytics growing at such a rapid rate it was only a matter of time before someone found a way of combining the two. Hence, Google Analytics plugins.
If you haven’t heard, Medium recently announced some changes to their business model. If you haven’t read about it, you can find it explained here. After this news, it appears that some Medium users started to consider moving to WordPress.com. So much so that Automattic built an import tool to import Medium posts to a WordPress.com site.
But what if you wanted a self-hosted site that you can have free control of, like you can do with WordPress.org? Well, we’re here to show you another simple tool for importing those Medium posts into your WordPress.org website.