Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins – April 2021

To ensure that your WordPress website is secure and stays that way, you need to have a security plugin. One reason is that they report regularly on critical vulnerabilities of plugins you might use. There are few available, although my preference goes to Wordfence. Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins – April 2021 The Wordfence...
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Google Chrome will evaluate the core web vitals

I see a lot of folks in the industry misunderstanding around core web vitals Google uses real Chrome usage data to bring in data around the core web vitals about specific pages. A misunderstanding Googlebot crawls the web and brings in most of the signals Google uses to rank...
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5 other tips to optimize your blog posts for search engines

When you create a new blog post or page, you want people to come read it. Search engines help people find your newly written blog post or page therefor it is important that we optimize it for those search engines. Here are some 5 other tips for you, if you...
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5 tips to optimize your blog posts for search engines

When you create a new blog post or page, you want people to come read it. So, it is important that when you write your blog post; we optimize it for those search engines. Search engines like Google, Bing, and many others allow their users to search the internet...
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533 million Facebook users from 106 countries affected

According to the Business Insider website, they released data from 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries in a hacker forum. This concerns data such as telephone number, Facebook ID, full name, place of residence, date of birth and email address. Alon Gal, the technology director of cyber security...
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Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins – March 2021

To ensure that your WordPress website is secure and stays that way, you need to have a security plugin. One reason is that they report regularly on critical vulnerabilities of plugins you might use. There are few available, although my preference goes to Wordfence. Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins – March 2021 The Wordfence...
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Plugins vital to have on your WordPress site.

You have started your journey as an online entrepreneur, bought your domain name and web hosting, chose WordPress because it’s probably the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today. That it’s easy to use and can be installed in 5 minutes or...
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Social media: new features coming our way?

In the world of social media, a lot is moving with us, while people finding other ways to connect via online means with each other as the pandemic prevents us from meeting one another face to face. We see that the existing platforms and messaging apps like TikTok and...
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Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins – February 2021

To ensure that your WordPress website is secure and stays that way, you need to have a security plugin. One reason is that they report regularly on critical vulnerabilities of plugins you might use. There are few available, although my preference goes to Wordfence. Critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins – February 2021 The Wordfence...
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Affiliate marketing trends for 2021

With the start of the new year, those interested in the affiliate marketing industry all ask the same question. What are the latest trends and is it still worth doing in 2021? Let’s get ready for a quick review of affiliate marketing trends for the upcoming year. Affiliate marketing...
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