4 Best SEO Tools

August 10, 2019 Shanu Mathai 0

SEMrush’s PROS: SEMrush offers a huge range of tools to help you better understand, track and optimize various aspects of your business or website If you’re interested in really boosting your reach, engagement, audience and traffic, SEMrush’s tools are powerful and helpful ways to drive improvement CONS: Some of the data, suggestions and results that SEMrush provides is based on educated estimations as some of the SEO data they examine is based on speculated information. SEMrush is not a particularly beginner friendly tool, it’s helpful to have some experience in SEO, SERP, SEM, PPC campaigns, ad campaigns, etc. to use it Google Keyword Planner Pros Hyper-local Search Volume: This new feature allows users to view keyword volume based on a very specific geographical area. While […]

best & secured Woocommerce payment gateway

August 10, 2019 Shanu Mathai 0

What Is a Payment Gateway? To briefly describe what a payment gateway is, it’s a third-party tool that evaluates and processes payments from your customers. So, rather than set up a basic contact form that requires customers to fill in their information to place an order—which you would then need to manually process on your end—the payment gateway handles it on your behalf. There are a number of benefits to using a payment gateway. The time savings is obviously one of them. There’s also the matter of PCI compliance. And there’s the flexibility in payment types you can accept by using a payment processing tool. Of course, like with any other third-party system you bring into your WordPress site, there are a number of things that must be […]

compared free ecommerce plugins

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I would assume that most serious businesses plan on testing and comparing ecommerce plugins until they find the right ones. We have a full evaluation of each of the best WordPress ecommerce plugins below. Let’s take a look at a few factors you need to consider for choosing the right WordPress eCommerce plugin. 1. Ease of use: Whether you want to add a product, create a coupon or do any other task, an easy-to-use interface makes it easy and simple. That way you don’t have to waste time in your WordPress dashboard figuring out how to do it. 2. Support: Before choosing an eCommerce platform, you’ll need to double check whether the plugin’s been constantly updated and maintained. 3. Addon choices: It’s in your best […]

15+ Best free podcasts plugins

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No matter the role you play in the WordPress community, you need to stay up-to-date on the latest news, tools, and more. Designers, developers, and users alike need to find ways to learn and follow WordPress news. Listening to podcasts is a great way to keep up with what’s happening in the WordPress world. Learn about new products or WordPress releases. Or to simply hear from others in the community. Especially for those of us with limited time to read, audio can be absorbed while exercising or driving. In this article we are comparing the best WordPress Podcasts which is suitable for your websites. 1. Matt Report MATT REPORT After turning his small freelance shop into an agency, Matt Medeiros started Matt Report to connect with the community […]

most Common Onsite SEO mistakes?

August 10, 2019 Shanu Mathai 0

WordPress is pretty well optimized for search engines out of the box, but it isn’t perfect. There are many onsite WordPress SEO mistakes that users make. More specifically, WordPress needs a helping hand in two areas: Additional functionality in the form of an advanced SEO plugin such as Yoast SEO. The effective application of onsite SEO measures. Ultimately, you are responsible for how well-optimized your site is for search engine results pages (SERPs). If you’re not following basic SEO fundamentals, any plugins or widgets you have installed will be of little use. 1. Not Optimizing Your Permalink Your permalink is good for two things: Giving visitors to your site an indication of what a page is about Indicating relevancy to search engines As such, you should ensure that […]

Free WordPress sitemap plugin

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Google XML Sitemap As it is with competition – you make a product and patiently wait for your competitor to make something better, and then name it that too. This plugin will build for you four different types of sitemaps and includes support for modules enabling custom sitemaps – sitemaps made according to your needs. The makers of this plugin claim to have unrivaled flexibility and we just might have to agree with them on that. It is available in multiple languages for free. Your site has hundreds of pages. Google may have trouble indexing them all, depending on how your site is structured. Your site has an unusual structure and not all pages are linked together. Your site is new and/or doesn’t have many links pointing to it […]

Namib Linux distro with Arch Approach

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Namib is an ideal Linux distro for anyone who wants to ease into the Arch approach to computing. Namib is a newcomer — the third and current release (version 17.11) arrived late last year. However, it makes up for its lack of age by its performance. Namib makes Arch simple. Surprisingly very user-friendly as well as compatible with older computers, Namib also is very stable. Since Namib is based on the Arch philosophy, it uses rolling releases so you do not have to reinstall the entire operating system every time a major update occurs. The Pacman package manager handles new system components along with security and application updates automatically. Namib is very up to date. A New Face for Arch This little-known distro is developed and maintained by […]

Test your WordPress Website Backup

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Sometimes, backups could be missing files or become corrupted. It may not be a common occurrence, but can you afford to take that risk the next time you need to restore your site? Your WordPress backup could become unusable for many possible reasons, some of which include: Your backup software experiences an issue It contains bugs There’s a compatibility issue with other plugins or WordPress core There’s a temporary glitch Your internet connection becomes severed unexpectedly You reach your server’s PHP memory limit as a backup is being made Your computer has been infected by a virus A hacker infiltrates your site and a backup is created with malware or other unwanted content Instead of guessing and hoping everything’s fine, in this post I’ll show you the […]