How did you learn WordPress?

How did  you learn WordPress? WordPress is a software that many online business owners use for building websites. It is no longer news that it powers most of the websites on the Internet today. It is easy to use and expand for many projects. 

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3 Ways to Double Your Subscribers Using MailOptin

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MailOptin is a powerful email lead generation and marketing tool that can help you double your subscribers in no time. It is features-packed and easy to use by both newbies and professionals.

In this tutorial, I will show you 3 ways to double your subscribers using MailOptin. Read more ›

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Your Site Needs an SSL Certificate

You have just finished the website you are working on, however, does it have a SSL Certificate installed on it? If no is your answer, then you have not finished yet.

Seriously!

In January 2017, Chrome version 56 began marking sites that send passwords or credit cards as non-secure as part of its long-term plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure. The warning will become more prominent as time goes on.

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Podcasting is tough! That is why I launched Podcast.i.ng 

Podcasting is tough. Yes it is. Even if you follow the best advice available and create a killer show, it’s still a slow climb. Most podcasts end up fizzling out over time. So you need help. Not any kind of help my friend, but the right kind. Read more ›

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How to Secure Your Site with The Green Padlock

If your site don’t have the green padlock it may mean it is not secured with a valid SSL certificate. The green padlock  shown at the top left of your browser indicates that your website is secure. Since January 2017, Google has flagged sites without SSL certificate as insecure. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer.

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Freelance Mastery: How to Earn Extra Income – Fumnanya Bernard

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Freelance mastery is a great way to make extra income no matter the state of the economy. A Freelance is a self-employed person available to work. She works or can work for many companies or employers. She is usually hired for a limited period. Read more ›

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The Right Approach to Website Development – Jimoh O. Segun

Let’s talk about the right approach website development. Should you hire an expert or do it yourself? That’s a tough question.

There are decisions that we make in life that shows how important that thing is to us. Take for an example, when we need a doctor, we don’t go for a quark. We go for the best. When we need a dentist, we look for the best. Read more ›

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Basic Security Tips for WordPress Bloggers (eps32)

There are basic security tips every WordPress blogger should know. Failure to know basic precautions to keep your WordPress safe can lead to a hack.

The safety of your site and that of your clients should be your number one priority. If you want to keep your blog safe, then you need to listen to this episode. Read more ›

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Blogging is not dead. How to get it right in 2017

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If you have ever heard someone describe blogging as the “old fashion way of communication”, then that person is inferring that blogging is dead.  Read more ›

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How to Find a Podcast Niche in 2017 – Samuel Adeoye

Find a podcast niche in 2017 so you could be heard. The podcasting market is new, however shows are springing up on a daily basis. If you are a podcaster, you should find a podcast niche.

Many people have embraced podcasting as a new way of connecting with their clients. And 2017 has promise to see more podcasters joining the new trend, especially here in Nigeria. Read more ›

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