We all are aware of the benefits with the faster website, and how adding a CDN service literally adds wings to your existing WordPress site. A Content Delivery Network, reduces your website load time, many folds, additionally it also reduces the load on your server, by serving the static content from the nearby POP locations. Everything seems good, but, the real problem arises with the integration of a CDN service into your WordPress site. The issue is that a majority of the CDN service providers doesn’t offers their native WordPress plugins to integrate their services with your WordPress sites, which leads you to use a third-party plugins, such as W3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache, to do the same.(more…)
WordPress eCommerce plugins are the new buzz word amongst online entrepreneurs nowadays, as more and more people are preferring WordPress as the primary platform to launch their first online store. The reason behind is, powerful and easy to use WordPress when combined with any free yet full featured WordPress eCommerce plugins, it becomes real easy to make your small online business live with few hundred to thousands products listed. These WordPress based online store are perfect for those online T-shirts stores, fashion boutiques, music stores, images stores, WordPress theme stores, and handicrafts etc.(more…)
Pinterest, the site launched 3 years ago has now become the fastest growing website till today and now even beating the World’s no.1 social networking site, yes! That’s Facebook in terms of referral traffic. In case if you’re living under rock for last few years, Pinterest is a photo sharing social sharing site, where users are allowed to create their pin-boards such as events, interests, and hobbies etc. The most interesting part of the site is that here user “re-pin” (share) your stuff rather of just giving the like love, as in case of Facebook. And further, their friends are going to share your stuff too, if they loved it. I know, you must be wondering about the kind of traffic you could gain using Pinterest over your site?(more…)
Tired of the same looks of your WordPress blogs, that old styling come up with your theme doesn’t seems to attractive to you anymore? It’s time to spice up your blogs posts pages with these easy to use handpicked WordPress shortcode plugins. Within few clicks, your posts gets beautiful buttons, boxes, columns, sliders, tabs and other gorgeous visual elements, that adds fresh feel to your blogs without even messing up with any CSS codes. The great part of these plugins, that instead of your theme’s built-in shortcode they’ll stay well intact within your posts or pages even, if you change your current theme design with an another. They’ll stick within, whatever you choose!(more…)
WordPress is the most used blogging platform out there, and by default it has no built-in contact us form functionality that allows users to create their contact us page without the need of installing any third-party plugins. Now a days, every single weblog on the web, must have a contact us form page, where users can easily contact the webmaster or the blog owner directly sharing their views, feedback, raising questions etc.
Enter the, WordPress plugin directory, a huge resource of high-quality plugins to easily install and set up your own contact us page without any hassles of messing with the codes.(more…)
What are Related Posts in WordPress?
People barely spend time on a new website, all you’ve got is less than 9 seconds to grab the attention of a new visitor on your WordPress site. Yes, according to research by Statisticbrain, the average attention span of a human is less than 9 seconds, which is close to the average attention span of a goldfish.
That means in just a few seconds, you’ve to manage to grab the attention of your reader, and “keep him/her engaged.”
Now how those big websites with millions of daily visitors, tackles this issue?
Simple! they keep their visitor engaged by suggesting more related content.
You might’ve seen those recommended posts or articles on several major websites, with the heading “Now trending,” “the latest,” “Popular now,” “you might also like,” and so on. In WordPress, we call it related posts.(more…)