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WordPress 4.2: What’s New & Exciting to Impress You

The release of WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” in December brought to you a plethora of enhancements, bug fixes, general updates and outstanding features, including a new default theme Twenty Fifteen, inline image editing, better session management, distraction-free writing mode etc. And now, prepare yourself to see “WordPress 4.2 is available! Please update now”. message in your […]

Is There A Lack Of Good Theme Reviewers at WordPress?

WordPress is one of the most successful CMS ever made, and there is no doubt that. But what made WordPress so successful that even the 2nd most popular CMS is not even close to the competition. Of course, the free availability of WordPress with GPL, and most importantly the out of box volunteered support of […]

12 Factors For Selecting A Perfect WordPress Theme

Theme selection does not seem to be a difficult task at first glance. Although there are so many lovely templates available in the marketplaces; the problem arises when you have to pick one out of the vast theme collection. Every theme may look great on your eyes but if you look carefully, you will notice […]

12 Important Settings After Installing WordPress

As a standalone software, WordPress is an amazing Content Management System. However, even though the WordPress Core software is pretty great, it’s more like a stock model car with a V6 engine than a heavy-duty race car with a revving HEMI under the hood. Is there a way to take your WordPress install from V6 […]

How to Reduce Bounce Rate of WordPress Website

As a blogger, we want all thing as maximum as possible—Visits, Unique Visitors, Page Views to name a few. However, there’s one feature that every blogger wants to minimize it, as much as he/she can. Keeping it low, might inversely increase your traffic. From newbies to top professionals, everyone is toiling hard to beat this. […]

Reviving Older Blog Post Was Never So Damn Easy!

Most of the WordPress site owners running big sites use either Hootsuite or BufferApp to post their new and old content to all social profiles. They do so only to ease out the posting process over social accounts. Even our team uses BufferApp to share links on all social profiles so that we don’t have to […]