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I've already published several tutorials on different methods that can help you to improve and efficiently leverage the default Wordpress commenting system.If you haven't seen them yet, here they are again:Why and how to allow users to upload images, documents, archives, audio and video files in Wordpress commentsHow to skyrocket your conversion rate with a simple comment hackHow to efficiently improve the user engagement level with a simple comment hackHow to re-engage your readers with approv
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Let's start with the obvious question ...Why connect Google Drive to your Wordpress media library?Well ... The free cloud storage offered by Google Drive is extremely popular and MANY people use it to store and share their images ...And Google Drive comes with an additional benefit ... It also connects to the Google Photos app which will automatically backup all the images from your mobile devices to your Google account.So, if you run a Wordpress website, then connecting your Google Drive accou
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Video has become one of the most important tools in an inbound marketing strategy. Viewers are consuming video content more than ever before. That's a rock solid fact.And no wonder, YouTube has become the second largest search engine in the world, with more than one billion unique users per month.No matter what is your goal, video on a website supplements visitors’ experiences and builds those connections. Every single keyword that you’re targeting for your website can be an opportu
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By default, WordPress displays your posts in the same order that you published them (in reverse chronological order).And that's OK ... Displaying your most recent posts on your homepage is definitely a good idea ...But, there's a small "problem" ... As your site grows, you'll have to limit the number of displayed posts, otherwise you'll end up with an endless homepage ... Which means that your older posts won't appear on your homepage anymore ...Yes, of course, you can use pagination buttons or
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By default, WordPress displays your posts in the same order that you published them (in reverse chronological order).And that's OK ... Displaying your most recent posts on your homepage is definitely a good idea ...But, there's a small "problem" ... As your site grows, you'll have to limit the number of displayed posts, otherwise you'll end up with an endless homepage ... Which means that your older posts won't appear on your homepage anymore ...Yes, of course, you can use pagination buttons or
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I'm pretty sure that you already know that you can schedule your posts to be published at a future time ... In other words, you don't have to worry about going live at a specific time ...But, let's start with the obvious question: why schedule posts in Wordpress?Well, content creation is a never ending process ... which requires a strategy ... And the best strategy is to plan your editorial calendar and to publish your articles on a regular basis. That's where scheduling comes in handy ... You
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I've already published a few tutorials about various "tricks" that can help you to efficiently leverage and improve the Wordpress commenting system ...In case that you haven't seen them yet, here they are again:How to skyrocket your conversion rate with a simple comment hackHow to efficiently improve the user engagement level with a simple comment hackHow to block comment spam in wordpress with nocaptchaHow to display the top commenters in your Wordpress sidebarObviously, each tutorial has a di
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Before anything else, let's clear the air ...Obviously, I'm not talking about moving commentse between two posts with completely different topics ...But, there are many situations where you will want to create a new version of an older post or page ... Just a few examples: discontinued affiliate products, search engine algorithm changes, posts converted into pages or vice versa, site structure modifications, etc.And it goes without saying, in similar situations you'll want to keep your existin
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Without user engagement there is no such thing as success ... That's a rock solid fact ...This is why we are using all those plugins, widgets or third party solutions to constantly improve our user engagement level ...But, here's the thing ... Whatever you do, the good old commenting system is still the most effective way to engage your users. We are using all kind of tricks and methods to leverage the native Wordpress commenting system and to encourage comments on our website ...And showcasing
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Featured images - also known as post thumbnails - are almost mandatory nowadays ...Now, adding, editing or removing featured images for a single post can be easily done by simply editing the given post.But, there are certain scenarios (changed theme, newly purchased website, rebranding, etc), where you will want to change and/or edit your featured images for several posts ... Needless to say, that could be a real nightmare if you already have a lot of published posts ...But, of course, there is
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