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May 11th in Wordpress Tips, WP Stuff by .

Digital currencies such as Bitcoin are getting more attention from regular folks these days. Some merchants have started accepting payments in Bitcoin. Learning how to send and receive Bitcoins is not that difficult but you want to do your homework to make sure you don’t make disastrous mistakes.

We have already covered how you can accept Bitcoin payments on your e-commerce site. Those of you who accept donations on your site may want to keep Bitcoin in mind. There are many ways to add “Donate Bitcoin” buttons to your site. Here are 3 simple ways to do it:

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Bitpay Donate Button: this button allows you to accept Bitcoin donations on your website. It supports Click-to-Pay URI, Scan-to-Pay QR code, and Copy/paste payment methods. [click to continue…]

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March 28th in WP Stuff by .

In the past few months, we have covered plenty of awesome Pinterest plugins you can take advantage of to make WordPress Pinterest-friendly. Adding the “Pin It” button to your posts and linking your website to your Pinterest profile are must-do. But you should also monitor how your business is performing on Pinterest. That’s where Pinterest Analytics comes into play. It is a handy feature that shows which of your posts are getting the most pins and repins.

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March 12th in WP Stuff by .

We have been using WPtouch to make our websites smartphone friendly for a long time. The script is generally reliable and does what it promises well. But it does not play well with every plugin you install. A few months ago, we started having some annoying issues with the plugin. For instance, the iPhone version of our site was showing up on desktop or tablet computers. In some other cases, the iPhone skin would stop working on all pages expect the homepage. As it turned out, W3 Total Cache was partially responsible for this issue (our fault). We needed to configure W3 Total Cache to get it to play nice with WPtouch.

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December 24th in WP Stuff by .

Most books come with a glossary section to save readers time looking up the information they are interested about. You don’t need to be a book publisher to understand the importance of including a glossary section on your blog. It could make your website more user-friendly. These 3 glossary plugins enhance your website and offers a richer experience to your readers:

WP Glossary: lets you build a glossary for your website and link terms in your posts to it. This plugin increases your chances of keeping your visitors on your website for longer. [click to continue…]

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December 22nd in WP Giveaways by .

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Most WordPress webmasters rely on free plugins to enhance their websites. There are plenty of awesome premium plugin developers around too. WebFactory happens to be one of them. We have been recommending many of their products to our clients and readers for quite some time now. Security Ninja, Login Ninja, and Core Scanner are all plugins we have covered here. But the guys at WebFactory have many more quality scripts for WordPress webmasters to take advantage of. Here are 3 plugins you can use to prepare your website for the upcoming holidays: [click to continue…]

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July 2nd in WP Stuff by .

If you have been paying attention to the search engine results pages on Google in the past few months, you may have noticed that some authors’ faces are showing up there. Google has big plans for AuthorRank. That means you need to jump on this before it is too late. Besides, your listing is more likely to get clicks when your face shows up under your listing on Google.

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June 15th in Social Media, Wordpress Plugins, WP Stuff by .

Facebook is the top social network today. It has hundreds of millions of users. With the right strategy, you could drive a ton of traffic from Facebook to your website. The more likes and reshares your articles get, the better off your business will be. One of the most interesting ways to generate traffic from Facebook is by locking parts of your content and asking your visitors to pay for them by liking your site. These 5 Facebook content locker plugins add this capability to your website:

WordPress Like Locker: a like locker plugin that asks your visitors to like your article before they can see it. You can use this to hide your download links, offer premium content, and do a whole lot more. [click to continue…]

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