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5 Best Plugins for your Podcast on WordPress

More than 30% of websites on the Internet are powered by WordPress, a staggering number. Its popularity and convenience makes WordPress a popular platform for podcast websites. Whether you meet two times a week to play Dungeons and Dragons with your...

Making the Most of Web Forms and Email Automation

Most websites these days have at least one or two forms for customers to fill out, be these a contact form, customer registration, or something else. Shopping carts are also a type of form, though we don’t tend to think of them in that way...

WordPress 5.6: What’s New

The latest version of WordPress, version 5.6 was released on December 8th. Even if 5.5 appears to be working well, upgrading to WordPress 5.6 will ensure you have access to the latest security protocols, as well as a whole range of new features. To...

Best WordPress Plugins for 2021: Our Picks

For the average WordPress site, plugins are an essential part of getting custom functionality without having to pay for custom development. There are more than 50,000 WordPress plugins available online, which can seem a bit intimidating. Thankfully...

What’s New in WordPress 5.5

If your website runs on WordPress, you might feel secure with your current version. But if it’s WordPress 5.4 and below, you should consider getting the latest version. What are the features compelling enough to make the shift Here’s a...

I Broke my WordPress Site – What Do I Do?

We’ve talked in the past about what to do if your website is hacked. But as urgent as that sounds, many more websites are broken on a daily basis by their owners than by covert hackers. It might be that you delete a crucial file from an essential...

Do You Need a Dedicated WordPress Security Plugin?

WordPress has an unbelievable market share—60 percent of the websites on the Internet, whether simple blogs or Fortune 500 sites, are based on the WordPress CMS (that’s roughly 24 million sites). Its ubiquity means that WordPress actually has...