7 Best WordPress Mailing List Plugins For Getting More Subscribers – 2020

7 Best WordPress Mailing List Plugins For Getting More Subscribers – 2020

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With over 1 Billion users on Gmail alone, marketers now claim email to be one of the best marketing strategies that bring in a 4,300% Return On Invest (ROI), offering a return of $44 for every dollar spent on email marketing. Yet it’s sad to see that most bloggers and marketers often give up on email marketing considering it an outdated strategy, just because they fail to grow their email list. Maybe, if they actually bothered to see what’s wrong with their strategy, they could’ve achieved so much more for their business. Email provide you a great way to drive more sales, conversions, and bring in traffic to your website. And the first step to creating a successful email marketing strategy is growing your email list. That won’t be too difficult if you…
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A New Way to Earn Money on WordPress.com

A New Way to Earn Money on WordPress.com

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With Recurring Payments, your supporters become your sustainers, and a reliable income stream frees you to push your creative boundaries. It’s hard to be creative when you’re worried about money. Running ads on your site helps, but for many creators, ad revenue isn’t enough. Top publishers and creators sustain their businesses by building reliable income streams through ongoing contributions. Our new Recurring Payments feature for WordPress.com and Jetpack-powered sites lets you do just that: it’s a monetization tool for content creators who want to collect repeat contributions from their supporters, and it’s available with any paid plan on WordPress.com. Let your followers support you with periodic, scheduled payments. Charge for your weekly newsletter, accept monthly donations, sell yearly access to exclusive content — and do it all with an automated payment system.…
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My Favorite WordPress Plugins

My Favorite WordPress Plugins

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There are many reviews and articles about WordPress plugins, here is the list of plugins I’m using. I will keep this list up 2 date and I will remove WordPress plugins I’m not using anymore. Subscribe to the comments for this page, I will post updates for important changes. All listed plugins are available from the WordPress Plugin Repository. WordPress Plugins you can always use Subscribe to Comments Reloaded – Comment subscription is a required feature to accept comments on your site. Redirection – With this redirection plugin is this job very easy. Redirect 404 error’s or point expired articles to a new URL using a 301 header.Widget Logic – Do you use widgets in your blog’s sidebar? Here is small plugin for you. Enable/disable widgets for (single) categories or just for pages or…
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11 Things You Should Do When Inheriting a WordPress Site

11 Things You Should Do When Inheriting a WordPress Site

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Recently one of our readers asked what are some of the things we recommend doing immediately after inheriting a WordPress site? Whether you’re a business owner who recently acquired a new website, or an office assistant who’s inheriting your company’s existing website from another team member, you might be wondering what are the most important next steps. In this article, we will show you the top things you need to do when inheriting a WordPress site. 1. Get All The Passwords When inheriting a WordPress site, the first thing you must do is gather all the username and password information. This includes your web hosting password, FTP password, CDN password, domain management password, email marketing service passwords, and password to all third party premium plugins or services that the website is using. From our experience, scheduling…
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5 Signs You Should Replace Your WordPress Theme

5 Signs You Should Replace Your WordPress Theme

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WordPress has been around for well over a decade. And, coupled with its massive market penetration, it’s reasonable to assume that there could be a whole lot of outdated installs out there. Much of the worries involved with an outdated WordPress website are focused on the core software itself and plugins. But themes should also be a consideration. Like plugins, themes can also have security holes that allow for backdoors into your site’s database or file system. There is also the concern of using deprecated code or the inability to take advantage new features at all. Plus, there are usability issues that should concern those of us using newer themes, as well. With that in mind, here are some signs that suggest it’s time to replace your current WordPress theme.…
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Ways to Set Yourself Up for a WordPress Disaster

Ways to Set Yourself Up for a WordPress Disaster

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There’s a reason why so many people have turned to WordPress over the years. It’s flexible, relatively easy to use and boasts an amazing community of contributors. That means you can build a website with nearly endless potential in terms of look and functionality. On the downside, it also leaves a lot of opportunities for future problems. The truth is that it’s incredibly easy to set yourself up for disaster – especially when you’re first starting out. Because WordPress essentially puts the world at your fingertips, there is great temptation to add mass quantities of plugins or even click that “Update” button without first thinking of the consequences. That, along with a host of other actions, can blow up in your face down the road. Below are some of the…
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10 WordPress Plugins to Supercharge Comments

10 WordPress Plugins to Supercharge Comments

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Commenting is built right into WordPress – which is great. But utilizing the default setup is an invitation to a big old mess. Annoyances such as spam and the potential for abuse can make a blogger seriously consider closing off comments altogether. It’s understandable, but far from hopeless. There are a number of quality plugins out there to help take the pain out of utilizing comments on your WordPress website. Here are 10 worth considering when you’re looking to improve an otherwise unruly situation. Akismet Anti-Spam Sure, everybody knows about this one. But if you haven’t used it you’re missing out. There’s a reason why Akismet is included by default with every WordPress install – it works. Spam is reduced to rubble as the plugin scans incoming comments. You can…
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