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March 21st in WordPress Themes by .

In the past few years, we have covered plenty of themes and plugins that lets you create a food blog and share your recipes with the world in an attractive fashion. Gustos helps you take your site to the next level. It lets you build a community driven recipe site with support for front-end submissions.

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July 25th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Facebook is still one of the best social networks to drive traffic to your websites. It has a ton of features to allow businesses to connect with their customers, promote their brand, and generate more leads. Many businesses have created their own Facebook events in the past. Thanks to these plugins, you are going to have an easy time displaying Facebook events on your WordPress website:

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Facebook Events Importer: lets you import Facebook events into your blog and display them using widgets. [click to continue…]

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April 13th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Building an online store with WooCommerce is not that hard. There are plenty of attractive WooCommerce themes and plugins that let you offer your customers more useful features. As we have discussed it here in the past, you will need to be creative and work hard to retain existing customers and attract new ones. Starting a loyalty program for your store can help. SUMO Reward Points for WooCommerce is a useful extension that lets you reward your customers or certain actions.

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February 4th in Social Media, Wordpress Plugins by .

Mashable happens to be one of the most popular websites around these days. You can find all kinds of amazing stories on the site. Many folks are impressed with the social sharing buttons used on that site. I am not a fan of imitating what other sites are doing, but if you want to add mashable-like social media buttons to your site, you should give these plugins a look:

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Social Buzz: this plugin adds a shares graph to each post in addition to social media buttons. It has 3 built-in styles and a responsive CSS. [click to continue…]

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October 29th in Wordpress Plugins by .

The world of SEO has changed a lot over the past couple of years. But you can still drive traffic from Google and other search engines if you keep your site optimized. You shouldn’t forget about top social networking sites though. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest can all drive a ton of traffic to your website. You should track how often your posts are getting shared already to get a better idea how to optimize your content for social media. Social Metrics Tracker for WordPress is an interesting plugin that shows which of your posts are the most popular based on social media stats.

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September 14th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many WordPress webmasters rely on WooCommerce to sell goods and services online. You need a good looking theme to set up an impressive shop. There are also many WooCommmerce extension that can take your shop to the next level. Want your store deals to go viral? You could offer folks a discount for Facebook likes. Discount for Likes happens to be a WooCommerce plugin that lets you offer a discount to your visitors in return for Facebook Likes.

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June 27th in Social Media, Wordpress Plugins by .

Mashable happens to be one of my favorite sites but not for the reason you might think. Sure, the content is great, but you can get similar coverage on other sites. One can learn a lot from Mashable by studying how it approach social media marketing, content production, and article promotion. Many of our readers are simply fascinated with Mashable’s social sharing buttons. We have already covered this a number of times in the past. But if you need to add Mashable-like share buttons to your site, you should give Mashshare Share Buttons a look.

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