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How to hack a WordPress website, 8 ways to hack (or protect) your website
A practical guide to WordPress by learning how to Hack wordPress and implementing security processes to avoid having your WordPress website hacked.
Create internal links for better SEO
Internal links enhance the user experience for visitors by sending a user to other pages deep within your website, often times to provide them with extended information on a specific subject or area …
How to make WordPress more secure.
As we recently saw with the @n attack, website security isn't just a big business concern. It's everybody's concern, and the only way to protect your website from potential attacks is to take the time …
How to be an effective blogger in five easy steps.
Being an effective blogger is about more than just writing great content and focusing keywords, it's about learning to make the most of your day and not getting bogged down in the day-to-day process o …
Deep linking to buried content will improve website traffic
I think it's always a great idea to include fresh content on your website, either by routinely updating the pages, or by including a timely blog but there's also something to be said about deep linkin …
Use great keywords, and phrases.
Stuffing your web page content with keywords will get you nowhere. If you try to mention a keyword in every sentence, the major search engines are going to notice you ... but not in a good way. Goo …
How to backup (or migrate) your WordPress website
A few months ago, I crashed a MacBook Pro and lost everything I owned. It was tragic, but luckily I had a backup from a week earlier and the crisis was avoided. The same can't be said about the avera …
Focus on one topic to make your website site a success!
I've been blogging with WordPress for almost a decade and whenever I meet a new person who wants to start a blog, I can honestly offer this piece of advice ... write about only one thing. It's easy t …
10 amazing features of ManageWP
Have you ever had the stress of managing a dozen or more WordPress websites, across a few servers, hosts, and time zones?