Posts by Greggor

Checking to Ensure Your WordPress Site is Secure

You invest a lot of effort and time to keep your site secure. You’ve chosen a reliable host, and you’ve installed some plugins that ensure better security. Now what? Is your site now safe? Here are a handful of things you can do to make sure your WordPress Site is secure. PASSWORDS This one’s obvious: you have to choose a strong password. But: are they unguessable? A password update won’t do any harm if you haven’t changed it in a while. You could use a password generator (available in WordPress’ “Your Profile” page under “Users), but...

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WordPress Tips for Cost Effective Hosting

Before you setup a WordPress website, you will need hosting. To help you choose the most affordable kind, here are a handful of tips which will help in picking a cost-effective and highly reliable best WordPress hosting. UNDERSTAND YOUR HOSTING REQUIREMENTS Hosting providers offer an assortment of hosting types like shared hosting, VPS hosting, re-seller hosting, etc. For most small-scale WordPress sites, shared hosting (a type of hosting where numerous websites are hosted on the same server and you share bandwidth and other resources with the other sites hosted there) is the best and least...

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5 Most Important WordPress Blog Hosting Ingredients

Originally developed as only a blogging tool, it’s become a robust content management system (CMS) which now powers a whopping 32.3% of all websites on the internet! It’s no wonder since it’s free, open source, easy-to-use, highly customizable, SEO-friendly, and fairly secure. All you need to do to keep it running properly is consider the following five factors when choosing WordPress hosting plans. 1. SPEED Not only does site loading speed make for stellar user experience, but site speed is also a confirmed ranking factor, meaning faster website translates to higher...

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Managing Disk Space For Your WordPress Website

Hosts today offer more space simply because of the significant decrease in the cost of storage space. In fact, the cost of bandwidth has been dropping as well. Unfortunately, file sizes affect your site in ways other than just cost – the slower your website, the fewer visitors you’re going to have, so you have to keep file sizes as small as possible. REDUCE IMAGE SIZES You can do this by running a plugin like ReSmush.it or by manually resizing the images themselves using an image editor on your PC. You can even reduce your image size by using Optimizilla. Even a program as simple...

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Big WordPress Mistakes for SEO and How to Fix Them

It’s common to make mistakes that can lead to Google hindering your website traffic. Some of the errors could be very serious, too. NEGLECTING TO WRITE GREAT CONTENT There are two ways of creating a large quantity of content: using article spinners to rewrite words and make an original article look unique, and hiring low paid writers to write new content from. Spinning content, if not done properly, is not the best tactic since some readers will eventually notice and you might end up losing them. POOR OPTIMIZATION FOR KEYWORDSOptimizing your website’s keywords is the best method...

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