DIsallowed WordPress Plugins

Disadvantages of Using WordPress Plugins

It’s safe to say WordPress owes a lot of its popularity to plugins. Being able to expand the functionality of your website with a single click is extremely convenient and efficient. The features range from simple quality of life improvements to advanced ecommerce solutions. But the convenience comes at a price. Careless usage of WordPress plugins has several disadvantages.

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What is Headless WordPress?

The word ‘headless’ is gaining popularity in the industry. High-performance results and great scalability tempt everyone – however, is it enough to give up on solutions that work? Headless Wordpress is an outstanding tool but comes with great responsibility.

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Adobe Experience Manager vs WordPress: The Business Perspective

WordPress has taken over the internet. Despite that fact, there are many other content management systems that still fight for a gasp of air. There is one that does exceptionally well – Adobe Experience Manager. It has been on the radar of many businesses facing a decision about their next website. How does it compare to WordPress?

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Website ROI – Which Aspects Determine Your Return on Investment?

The affordable ways to build a website have clouded the investment aspect of business sites. But the deal that appears to be cheap at twice the price is actually cheap at half the price. Creating a basic website on a budget will cause it to be an expense rather than an investment. Your business will lose money – and much more than just the fee.

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Why Popups Are Ruining the User Experience

Actually, let’s reiterate the first sentence of this article. People don’t hate popups – they hate how popups are executed. Most of them interrupt the user journey, appear at the wrong time and distract the visitors. Third-party services have made it incredibly easy to create a popup, which led to more and more inexperienced people […]

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How Internal Links Affect SEO and Conversions

SEO has changed over the years. Keyword-stuffing was replaced by a user-first approach focusing on content quality and page speed. Alternative tags of images now serve their purpose – accessibility, rather than a place to hide keywords. But one thing hasn’t changed, and that’s links. Backlinks are constantly one of the top ranking factors for Google but enshadowed by them is internal linking. And while internal links carry less weight than backlinks, it’s one of the few SEO aspects that you can really control.

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A Guide to Website Traffic Sources: What Do They Mean for Your Business?

Google Analytics isn’t just for your web agency. Business owners and their marketing and sales teams alike can get a lot of invaluable data from basic Analytics reports. Understanding website traffic sources is one of them. Just knowing that you have 2,000 organic visits a day isn’t enough. The audience from each traffic type has its own unique characteristics. Knowing them is crucial when developing a marketing or SEO strategy for your business. Here’s our guide to website traffic sources.

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

WordPress Vulnerability Report #13 – September 2019

September marked the release of WordPress Security and Maintenace Release 5.2.3. The update has fixed several vulnerabilities in the core platform, affecting mostly the 5.2.2 build, but in some cases older versions, up to the first WordPress release. Security experts have identified 5 Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities and a possible redirect to malicious websites within the core of the platform. The 13th issue of WordPress Vulnerability Report is here to give you a better idea of how these loopholes could affect your website.

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