Contact Form Plugin

Sunday, 18 November 2012 by

Contact Form Plugin by BestWebSoft is a sweet little plugin that integrates into your wordpress page, or post, by a shortcode. Very useful for blogs, no php or html knowledge required. It is relatively popular among wordpress users, I my self use it on couple of my clients websites, mostly for its multi language support. Here are

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Ever seen that show about the world’s dumbest criminals? Well, it turns out that some SEOs are just as clueless as the jokers featured on that program. It’s really cool to watch how fast the Internet moves sometimes, and the story I’m about to tell you is proof positive that in the search community, when you attack

If you think you have heard it all from the Google front, think again. In today’s post, you will learn about an ex-Google employee who decided to share some of his experience at Google and give webmasters some juicy insider tips. On his site, James Norquay landed an exclusive interview with Andre Weyher, a former member of

WordPress Statistics Plugin

Sunday, 04 November 2012 by

WordPress Statistics Plugin, or short WP Statistics is a very useful and easy to use plugin to keep track of your blog visitors. The programming behind the plugin is very simple, witch is the thing that makes it so genius. I use it on all my sites, and all my client sites. It has proven

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Sunday, 28 October 2012 by

What is Akismet? Akismet is a hosted web service that saves you time by automatically detecting comment and trackback spam. It’s hosted on our servers, but we give you access to it through plugins and our API. How can I use Akismet? There are a couple of ways: The easiest is through pre-built plugins. WordPress

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The last wave of Google changes has left everyone in the world of SEO with bewildered brains and sweaty palms. We’re trying to regroup, make sense of the madness, and scrambling to create another cohesive SEO strategy for our websites. But in the aftermath of all these algo updates (and promises of plenty more to

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Written by Nell Terry on October 9, 2012 in General, SEM, SEO I’m really starting to wonder if the engineers at Google have been sleeping in shifts this past week. I wrote about the EMD update last week, and one day later, I discovered that a Panda update had rolled out directly before the EMD algo. Google didn’t announce the change until after

Google has been pushing major updates left and right in recent weeks, and plenty of webmasters are feeling the effects for better or for worse. In late September, Google announced the EMD update targeting low-quality sites with exact match domains. Later, we found out Google had also rolled out a new Panda update around the same time. Business owners

Every webmaster knows Google loves content, but many don’t know exactly how to create, market and dispense content so it makes an impact and increases traffic. To aid our Site-Reference readers, I compiled a list of 50 content tips to help you at every stage of the process. Whether you own a large 1,000,000 page website or