Bluehost Review: Is it the Best Option in WordPress Hosting?

Bluehost is a prominent web hosting company most notable for their cheap shared hosting plans. They’ve been WordPress’ most recommended host since 2005. This recommendation has led to the perfection and optimization of their WordPress services over the years despite also supporting other content management systems. In this post, we review Bluehost’s pricing and services in terms of what they have to offer for WordPress…

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WordPress Hosting: 6 Best WordPress Hostings to Use in 2020

Choosing a WordPress host for your new project is intimidating. Cheap shared hosting is slowly becoming a thing of the past, and many new managed WordPress hostings have entered the scene. In this post, we’ve rounded up six best WordPress hosts to use for your next website, blog or online store. 6 Best WordPress Hostings to Use for Your Next Project 1. Bluehost Source: Bluehost…

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7 Buffer Alternatives for Efficient Social Media Management and Scheduling

Buffer has become a powerhouse in social media marketing, and for good reason, too. Still, Buffer alternatives have arisen, and they’re just as necessary. For starters, Buffer doesn’t seem too keen on implementing automation into its tool, at least not without the use of third-party apps and plugins. Plus, its Tier 1 to Tier 2 pricing jumps quite a bit if you happen to need…

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How to Plan Social Media Posts with Revive Old Posts

Social media marketing is one of the most difficult aspects of business to master. Nevertheless, planning an effective social media calendar is possible when you use the right tools. In this post, we bring you a tutorial on how to plan social media posts with a WordPress plugin called Revive Old Posts. It automates social media marketing by sharing your blog posts, pages, products and…

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Revive Old Posts Review: How to Receive More Traffic from Social Media

Source: Revive Old Posts Homepage Many professional bloggers follow the same strategy when it comes to content marketing: promote more, create less. This strategy involves the use of social media to grow a following outside of your website and use that following to promote content new and old. That’s where a plugin like Revive Old Posts comes into play. It puts content promotion on autopilot…

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WordPress Page Builder Showdown: Elementor vs Divi vs Beaver Builder

WordPress page builder plugins have brought simple drag-and-drop website building to the web’s most popular content management system. Now, anyone can design and build their own pages without ever have to write a single line of code. Many page builder plugins have sprung up throughout the years, but we’re going to focus on three: Elementor, Divi and Beaver Builder. Other page builders exist for WordPress,…

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Beaver Builder Review: Examining One of WordPress’ Best Page Builder Plugins

WordPress page builder plugins provide some of the easiest ways to build fully-optimized landing pages in WordPress without code. You can also use them to build content pages, blog posts and even an entire website when you use the right companion theme. In this post, we’re going to review Beaver Builder, one of the most popular page builder plugins available for WordPress. We’ve also reviewed…

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Divi Review: A Look at WordPress’ Most Popular Page Builder Themes

Divi is a WordPress theme with page building functionalities built into it. It’s Elegant Themes’ premier WordPress theme. The company released it at the end of 2013, and it continues to be a powerhouse in the page builder industry to this day. Divi is a premium-only product, so you’ll need an active membership with Elegant Themes to install and receive updates for it. It’s also…

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Elementor Review: A Look at a Powerful WordPress Page Builder Plugin

Elementor is a prominent page builder, and one of many that make it possible for just about anyone to build their own web designs within WordPress. Its main competitors include solutions like Divi, Beaver Builder and Thrive Architect. In this post, we’re going to take a look at Elementor to discover how simple (or difficult) it is to build custom pages with the plugin’s editor.…

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