Why you should consider WordPress for ecommerce websites

WordPress came a long way from its humble beginnings as a simple blogging platform. Nowadays, it powers more than 27% of all websites, including some of the most popular brands and websites like PlayStation, TechCrunch, BBC, NY Times, Bloomberg, Forbes and many more. In the early days of WordPress, it was hard to imagine WordPress being used for anything else other than a simple blog.…

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Blogger vs. WordPress: Which platform is best for blogging?

Which content management system or blogging platform is best if you want to start a blog? When you’re a brand new blogger, one of the first things you have to decide is how to build your site. One of these choices you can make as a new blogger is to decide between Blogger vs. WordPress. Today, you’ve got more choices than ever, which is a…

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Joomla vs. WordPress: Which content management system (CMS) is better?

One of the first challenges many new bloggers and site owners stumble over right out of the gate is the choice of which platform should power the new site. There are many Content Management Systems (CMSs) in existence, and each have their own unique advantages and drawbacks. That being said, however, the two most popular choices for new sites these days are Joomla and WordPress.…

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Gutenberg – Is using WordPress really difficult and hard to learn?

WordPress has been praised for years as an easy to use content management system. This was not only because of its famous 5-Minute Install marketing slogan. However, currently there are voices expressing that WordPress is rather difficult. It’s even getting to a point where major parts of WordPress are being reinvented. But is WordPress difficult to use? Let’s try to find out! Gutenberg – an…

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Gutenberg and why WordPress may have a marketing problem

As you probably have noticed, a lot is going on at the moment and it seems WordPress is slowly trying to reinvent itself. While this is great and surely necessary to make it future proof, it also raises some questions and concerns. Does WordPress development go into the right direction? Is it clear what WordPress wants to be? Or does WordPress even have a marketing…

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How to offload WordPress images to Amazon S3

WordPress media items, such as images, videos and audio files, tend to take up a lot of space on your server’s storage drive. This can lead to a decline in your site’s speed over time, especially if you’re someone who publishes a lot of content with high-quality images. Fortunately, you can integrate your WordPress site with Amazon S3, Amazon’s cloud storage service that’s a part…

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How to deal with ad blockers on your WordPress website

Generating an online revenue source from placing advertisements on your WordPress website can be challenging enough. This task is increasingly made more difficult due to the rapid increase in popularity of Ad Blockers. Ad blockers have been single-handedly changing how the landscape of the internet looks. This is set to continue despite the best efforts of a variety of global online industries to bring its…

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Difference between WordPress.com & WordPress.org

WordPress is the most widely content publishing platform on the web, and it comes in different packages: the hosted WordPress.com, and the self-hosted WordPress.org! In this article we’re going to focus on the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org and try to help you decide which is the best solution for you to gain benefits from the WordPress ecosystem. WordPress – Hosted vs. Self-Hosted A new…

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Third-party publishing apps that work with WordPress

WordPress bloggers and site owners who are searching for new ways to work with content have a few options open to them — though not as many as one might want. In this post, we’ll take a look at several third-party publishing apps that publish to WordPress and that provide text editing interfaces you can use to create and revise your content. First, though, let’s…

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10+ Best WordPress plugins to manage WordPress Multisite

As well as WordPress being a multi-purpose content publishing tool, there is a feature of WordPress that not many beginners will be aware of. WordPress Multisite enables you to create a network of independent websites from a single WordPress installation. This means one set of files on your server, utilising one database, all making use of a single collection of users, themes and plugins. What…

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