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Community | themecircle.net | 14 hours ago

How Can Beginners Install Google Site Kit in WordPress

Google Site Kit is a lifesaver for any website owner. Still, how can WordPress beginners install it? Here is a detailed answer.

How Can Beginners Install Google Site Kit in WordPress

Community | themecircle.net | 14 hours ago

As like every year, Google didn’t miss the chance to surprise the users with the latest updates and innovative advancements; this year also Google has released the “Google Site Kit Plugin” for the WordPress Content Management system. The idea behind introducing this dynamic plugin is to extend the functionality of WordPress and enhance the ease of accessibility. If you are all set to get deep into the concept, then before heading to get into the WordPress Plugin Development, it is worth reading this post to know what exactly it is, how you can install it, and what it has for you?
Undoubtedly, WordPress is the most common and popular choice of Content Management Systems(CMS), when it comes to eCommerce Website development. There is a wide range of plugins and features that empowers this platform and turns it into highly flexible and scalable CMS.
But, Google is giving a unique rising curve to WordPress with the seamless integration of Google-Site-Kit-Plugin.
To further enhance the integration, Google has stepped forward and released a unified open-source plugin for WordPress that developers can utilize to monitor, analyze, and improve the performance of the website

How to Build a Strong Brand Identity in 2020

With such strong competition out there, it is your branding efforts that will help you stand out from the crowd. Here is how to do it properly in 2019.

How to Build a Strong Brand Identity in 2020

Robust branding is the best way to stand apart from your competition. It isn’t as easy in a crowded space such as the internet to create an enduring image, though. Tactics that worked two years ago are now less effective, as smart consumers catch on to marketing trends. Companies spend around $333 billion on digital advertising each year, with a predicted rise to $517.5 billion by 2023. Everywhere consumers turn, someone is trying to sell them something. If they watch a movie, they deal with product placement. Riding in the car to work, they hear ads on the radio and encounter billboards along the way. The online world is even more intrusive, with pop-ups and spam sent to a user’s inbox.
Then, you must present a clear and consistent message that resonates with the person. Here are nine methods that work in the new age of advertising.
1. Start With Your Name
Your brand name needs to be easy to remember and something that makes sense for your products or services. There are many ways of building a memorable identity However, if people can’t pronounce or remember your name, your task becomes much more difficult. Some of the best-known companies in the world have straightforward

Community | wptavern.com | 4 days ago

Gutenberg: One Year Later

As we quickly head into the final weeks of 2019, we also pass the first anniversary of WordPress 5.0 and, subsequently, Gutenberg coming headlong into our lives. Here we are, twelve months later, and you know what? I LOVE IT. And, I am not alone.

Gutenberg: One Year Later

Community | wptavern.com | 4 days ago

As we quickly head into the final weeks of 2019, we also pass the first anniversary of WordPress 5.0 and, subsequently, Gutenberg coming headlong into our lives. Love it or hate it, Gutenberg is here to stay. If you had asked my thoughts on it last December, I would have probably sided with a large portion of other WordPress users.
What are you doing?
WordPress is fine, leave it alone!
Stop forcing me to use this!
Here we are, twelve months later, and you know what? I LOVE IT. And, I am not alone.
When it comes to writing content, I cannot imagine using the Classic Editor anymore. Sure, for a few paragraphs, the Classic Editor is fine. However, when you need to make a 4,000+ word post, Gutenberg and the new block system make things a lot easier.
Yes, the UI is a struggle for someone brand new to WordPress. We have all heard the “Wait, I thought you said this was like Word?” line. A good onboarding process would tackle that going forward. For the rest of us, if you have not adopted Gutenberg yet, you should take another look at it.
The Need for a New Editor
Let’s be honest. The Classic Editor was great for short posts, a couple of headlines and paragraphs, job done.

15 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | freemius.com | 19 days ago

Black Friday + Cyber Monday 2019 is Coming! Are You Ready?

Are you maximizing sales for your plugins or themes this Black Friday + Cyber Monday 2019? We’ve compiled data-backed analysis and tips from experts in the ecosystem.

Black Friday + Cyber Monday 2019 is Coming! Are You Ready?

Community | freemius.com | 19 days ago

Black Friday is almost here and we’re getting ready at Freemius! Is it the best day of the year? It definitely could be if you have your marketing strategy planned properly! We have experience working with our plugin and theme selling partners over the years and analyzing many BFCM promotions, which puts us in a great position to talk about what strategies work better than others across a network of hundreds of WordPress products.
Even though you may have had successful Black Friday + Cyber Monday sales in the past, it’s important to refresh your strategies every year, stay up to date on what major industry players are doing, and optimize the promotions that work best for your business. So, let’s plug into the latest updates about BFCM!
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7 Actionable Tips & Tricks for Optimizing Your 2019 BFCM Sales
This year, I’m seeing more and more plugin and theme businesses applying promotional strategies that are used by professional marketers and known to maximize sales. With this increased competition during Black Friday, differentiating your promotion has become more important than ever.
1. Limiting the # of coupon redemptions
While adding something like a countdown

17 min read Danial Wilson
Community | wpblogdesigner.net | 3 days ago

Blog Layout Best Practices [Top 10 Crucial Tactics]

Are you looking for a way to customize the blog layout style and make it more effective? Here is a quick guide on blog layout best practices. Read now.

Blog Layout Best Practices [Top 10 Crucial Tactics]

Community | wpblogdesigner.net | 3 days ago

The blog is one of the most popular sources of getting information and solving problems. The new trend of creating video content has seen a good boom, yet it fails to overcome the popularity of blogs. People all over the world have seen the popularity and reach of blogs. Therefore, there has been an incline in the number of bloggers. This makes the blogging market highly competitive and thus makes a blogger’s job even tougher than it already was. He has to take care of several factors that could increase or decrease his site’s ranking. And he has to handle while everyone is trying to be better than the other guy.
So the situation can be handled by writing good content, right? Wrong. Though content indeed plays the most important role in ensuring the success of a blog, yet the design and layout of your blog also play a very significant role.
Design is where a reader judges the site and finally decides if the content will be worth reading. It helps bloggers show professionalism and quality to their readers. No amount of good content will yield good revenue unless it is presented in a highly sophisticated manner.
It is the same case as in your food; when you ask for a dish

6 min read Weglot
Community | blog.weglot.com | 12 days ago

How to choose the right theme to build multilingual WordPress sites

A look at the key considerations for choosing a WordPress theme plus some stunning StudioPress theme examples which have both design and functionality

How to choose the right theme to build multilingual WordPress sites

Community | blog.weglot.com | 12 days ago

With WordPress sites now accounting for more than 34% of the web, you’re not alone in thinking this web development platform will be a great choice for building an online presence for your business. And, choosing a template is of course going to be one of the first steps to creating your WordPress site.
Whether that be creating a WordPress site that displays your knowledge, choosing a design that screams creativity, or a clutter-free theme that lets your brand do the talking. You’ll want to choose a theme that works for the type of industry you’re working in.
With countless options to choose from, picking a theme that meets your needs is important from the off. You have to create the right first impression for your brand, whilst ensuring you’re choosing a theme that is compatible with a number of useful WordPress plugins, that’ll help enhance the growth of your business.
But, it’s easy to get completely overwhelmed with the thousands of choices available and it’s tempting to be blinded by how ‘pretty’ a theme is, rather than looking at the features, and how workable a more simple WordPress theme can be for you and your business.

5 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | 20 days ago

Get the 411 on WordCamp Contributor Day

Support Technician, Christina Workman, demystifies WordCamp Contributor Day and reports on the success of WordCamp US 2019 Contributor Day.

Get the 411 on WordCamp Contributor Day

Community | webdevstudios.com | 20 days ago

My first WordCamp Contributor Day experience was at WordCamp US (WCUS) 2018. I had no clue what to expect, or if I even had any right to be there. I’ve since learned this is a common feeling among first-timers. I showed up anyway, had a great time working with the Community Team, and somehow ended up being the co-organizer for the next WordCamp Contributor Day at WCUS 2019! WCUS’ Contributor Day was held on the third day of this national WordPress conference, which took place in St. Louis, Missouri this year. In an effort to recruit more people to participate in WordCamp Contributor Day, we worked hard on education and awareness. This included publishing blog posts about the different teams and running workshops, which took place on the first two days of WCUS. These workshops were designed to demystify Contributor Day. You can watch videos from the workshops at WordPress.tv. We even had buttons made that say, “I make WordPress. Ask me how,” which experienced contributors wore throughout the weekend.
Want to know more about Contributing to #WordPress @WordCampUS ? Ask anyone wearing this button. #WCUS pic.twitter.com/hsOeLyySBa
— WordCamp US (@WordCampUS)

3 min read Codeinwp
Community | codeinwp.com | 8 days ago

Black Friday, #WCUS State of the Word, WordPress 5.3, bbPress

December 2019 roundup of news. Find out the latest happenings in the WordPress space.

Black Friday, #WCUS State of the Word, WordPress 5.3, bbPress

Community | codeinwp.com | 8 days ago

Hi friends! This is the final push of the year, the last WordPress news you will read in 2019. I don’t know about you but, if I were to pick a superhero to describe the past 12 months, that would be Flash. Everything happened so incredibly fast that it’s kinda scary. Anyway, here we are, putting together the coolest stories and links for the December 2019 WordPress news roundup, which I hope you’ll find interesting and useful. In today’s post, you will read about Black Friday (we have hot deals for you), Matt’s ‘State of the Word’, a new WordPress release, the return of bbPress, Google, and a lot more great articles.
So catch up with all the WordPress news from the past month and we’ll see you back here in 2020.
We wish you happy holidays and amazing presents!
15+ of the Best WordPress Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals in 2019
But before getting Christmas’y, there’s another holiday that you shouldn’t miss. For Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we collected a super list of the best deals offered by famous WordPress companies and brands, so here’s your chance to get your favorite tools and services on the cheap.
In

12 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Community | kinsta.com | 14 days ago

WordPress Fonts: Everything You Need to Know (2019 Edition)

Need a simple way to add fonts to your WordPress site? Check out this detailed post about how to use fonts the right way.

WordPress Fonts: Everything You Need to Know (2019 Edition)

Community | kinsta.com | 14 days ago

WordPress fonts may seem like an insignificant detail. After all, there are WordPress themes, color schemes, background images, and blog layouts to think about. Who has time for font styles?
While designing a website can take a long time, the truth is, all website owners should take care to focus on the WordPress fonts they use for their site’s written text. Font styles are an important web design detail that affects your site’s readability.
Not to mention, using the right font pairings can help you stand out from the competition, boost conversions, and even increase brand recognition.
But only if you do it right. Today we’re going to dive into what WordPress fonts are and how to find the best ones for your WordPress website.
The fonts you use on your WordPress website say something about your brand, whether you want them to or not. And even the tiniest change in a WordPress font can alter a site visitor’s entire perception of your company.
Of course, explaining the history and psychology behind typeface would require its very own blog post. But to give you an idea, here are the five major types of font styles you might want to use on your site:
Script fonts

48 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | freemius.com | Sep. 12, 2019

How to Have a $100k+ WordPress Product Launch

Here’s a deep-dive into the hugely successful strategy behind WP FeedBack’s $100k+ plugin launch!

How to Have a $100k+ WordPress Product Launch

Community | freemius.com | Sep. 12, 2019

Have you ever heard of a WordPress plugin (or theme) that made over $100,000 in its first 30 days after launch? After spending hours Googling for successful plugins in the WordPress space that we could learn from, I couldn’t find any. As a big believer in transparency and knowledge sharing, I promised myself that if we met our goal of making $100k+ during our launch, I would share everything that we learned so other plugin and theme developers would be able to replicate the “recipe” we used to bootstrap our business.
Spoiler alert – we ended up making over $100,000 during the launch

8 min read Eric Karkovack
Community | speckyboy.com | 4 days ago

5 Bad Habits That Can Hurt Your WordPress Website

Some good practices to follow when building and maintaining your WP website.

5 Bad Habits That Can Hurt Your WordPress Website

Community | speckyboy.com | 4 days ago

When you build a WordPress website, you open yourself up to an entire world of possibilities. That is both a good and bad thing. The built-in conveniences and ability to extend functionality with just a few clicks make site owners feel at ease. The bright side is that this allows us to do more with a shoestring budget than we may have thought possible. But it can also lull us into a false sense of security.
The result is that we may be putting our websites at risk without fully realizing it. WordPress, after all, is not a set-it-and-forget-it CMS. On the contrary, it requires us to develop good practices and constant vigilance.
Here are five bad habits that, while innocent in intent, can bring unwanted drama to your WordPress install. We’ll cover both what can go wrong and provide simple solutions that will help you avoid future problems.
Leaving Unused Plugins Installed
It’s a pretty common practice. We search through the WordPress Plugin Repository and find something of interest. We install it and plan on seeing what it can do. However, maybe it isn’t a great fit, or maybe we never test it at all. Still, it sits there.
Keeping unused plugins around can be costly.

17 min read Danial Wilson
Community | wpblogdesigner.net | 7 days ago

How to Turn Your Blog Into a Brand (Cheat Sheet for Branding)

If you are willing to take your blogging career to the next level, here is how you can do that. Learn all the things you can do to make your blog more epic.

How to Turn Your Blog Into a Brand (Cheat Sheet for Branding)

Community | wpblogdesigner.net | 7 days ago

For some blogging is just a hobby but for some others, it is a form of business. A person can earn a decent amount from blogging. But, blogging turns into a thriving business when your blog turns into a brand. In today’s world where marketing has taken a front seat in business sectors, your product must offer a good brand. The better the brand, the better is its revenue-generating capacity. To make blogging a brand one cannot simply take blogging as a hobby or a part-time job. It is important to give your full potential to it. The brand gives authenticity and value to the product in any business and blogging is no different in this regard.
Moreover, when people have opinions about your blog, it will help in deciding the value of your brand. They may even buy products suggested in your blogs and that is how you get to know the power of your blog’s brand.
Blogs that are written casually without much research, efforts and professionalism may not be of much use to the readers. As a result, it will eventually not be able to help in building your blog-brand.
In short, to reach the zenith of your blogging profession it is needed that your blog provides a unique brand. There are

25 min read Web News Insider
Community | wpsauce.com | 11 days ago

150+ Black Friday & Cyber Monday WordPress Deals are Waiting for You

Are you ready for BlackFriday? Here you can get the best WordPress plugins, themes, and services for a fraction of their original price!

150+ Black Friday & Cyber Monday WordPress Deals are Waiting for You

Community | wpsauce.com | 11 days ago

It seems like Black Friday gets bigger every year. There are more stores involved, deals are getting better and the merchandise cheaper. While this might mean more problems for retailers, having an online store or offering a digital product is a different thing. We won’t get into the problems of Black Friday & Cyber Monday nor discuss why people like to fight on this day. Let’s enjoy the sheer number of the WordPress deals that we managed to acquire. We are sure that there are at least a few WordPress plugins, themes or services that will catch your eye.
Are you ready for #BlackFriday? Here you can get the best #WordPress plugins, themes, and services for a fraction of their original price!
Although usually, all WordPress deals last for more than just the weekend spread between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, make sure that you check the dates for each deal. It wouldn’t be fun to miss an opportunity to save even up to 50% percent on a deal because of a missed date.
The Events Calendar is the number one calendar and ticketing solution on WordPress, powering more than 750,000 calendars across the web. For Black Friday they are running their biggest sale ever. They

7 min read Danial Wilson
Community | solwininfotech.com | 10 days ago

10 Highly Recommended Minimal Blog WordPress Themes

A minimal blog WordPress themes offering a great sleek website for your business, portfolio or blog. Explore these 10 stylish WP themes to grab more readers

10 Highly Recommended Minimal Blog WordPress Themes

Community | solwininfotech.com | 10 days ago

Minimal design is trending in the WordPress world for the last few years. It is the most persuasive style in the theme design world. Due to the minimalist design, visitors attract quickly. An elegant layout gives a professional look and highlights your content that quickly attracts visitors. WordPress has many accurate & minimal blog WordPress themes available that you can pick it for your WordPress site. Here we have compiled probably the most helpful and inclining free blogging themes that you can utilize on your website. This theme compilation is a complete solution for blogging, portfolio, business, and also WooCommerce related sites. Don’t get overwhelmed and choose the best one according to your site needs.
Let’s overview the theme details:
1. Bloggers Lite
Bloggers Lite is a lovely theme with a fantastic look and minimal approach. It is a unique blogging theme with a responsive design that looks magnificent and displays all the content properly on any kind of device. It is the most suitable WordPress theme for personal bloggers, writers, and authors who want to share their ideas with the world. This theme provides six great and elegant blog layouts that you can

15 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Community | kinsta.com | Oct. 14, 2019

Kinsta Is Boosting WordPress Performance for Everyone up to 200%

Over the past month, Kinsta has been testing new machines internally and the performance gains are huge. Here are the details and what this change means for the users.

Kinsta Is Boosting WordPress Performance for Everyone up to 200%

Community | kinsta.com | Oct. 14, 2019

The performance of your WordPress sites has always been a top priority for our team. It’s one of the main reasons clients choose us today over our competitors, and we’ve proven this time and time again. We’re consistently one of the first in the industry to release the latest software such as PHP 7.3, and Review Signal has awarded us “top tier” performance five years in a row. Kinsta was also the first managed WordPress host to utilize Google Cloud Platform (GCP) exclusively, and we keep a close eye on their newly released infrastructure. We’re always trying to push the boundaries, and today we’re taking it to a whole other level. We are excited to announce that we are moving to GCP’s next-generation compute-optimized virtual machines (C2).
We’ve developed our WordPress hosting platform to be completely scalable, from our Starter plans all the way up to our Enterprise plans. This means we aren’t just moving a select few to this new hardware or limiting their use to our higher-tier plans. We’re making the new GCP machines available for everyone at Kinsta. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a casual blogger or

4 min read Joshua Strebel
Community | pagely.com | 3 days ago

Pagely Honored to be Named “Best-in-Class” AWS Retail Partner along side IBM, Deloitte, and more.

Continually striving to deliver more value for our customers. This achievement is recognition of our commitment to excellence in the service of e-Commerce and retail site owners.

Pagely Honored to be Named “Best-in-Class” AWS Retail Partner along side IBM, Deloitte, and more.

Community | pagely.com | 3 days ago

On stage at AWS re:Invent 2019 this week, Pagely was recognized as the best-in-class, and only, Managed WordPress Host AWS Retail Competency Partner. As AWS puts it, “if you’re on a journey to transform your business while driving new value to end customers, AWS Competency Partners have the expertise and comprehensive capability to help retailers succeed.”
Pagely is widely regarded as the premier hosting provider for scalable e-commerce solutions. With this latest achievement, we’ve proven that we continue to push the boundaries of what customized, reliable, fast hosting means to high-traffic retail businesses worldwide.
Today we add this to our ever-growing list of AWS programs that make us an Advanced Technology Partner. Serving our clients with the highest caliber of service and technology, as well as reaching an audience of over a million people through our work with AWS.
Hosting with Pagely ensures personally fine-tuned performance, proactive protection for your customer data, smooth traffic surges, and a highly competent extension of your team. As your business scales, you won’t ever outgrow our hosting.
How is that possible, you ask?
Because Pagely’s

2 min read Joshua Strebel
Community | pagely.com | 22 days ago

Ep 15: Morten Rand-Hendriksen. On ethics in design & technology and the case for WordPress governance

Podcast interview with Morten Rand-Hendriksen diving into the case for #wpgovernance

Ep 15: Morten Rand-Hendriksen. On ethics in design & technology and the case for WordPress governance

Community | pagely.com | 22 days ago

Morten Rand-Hendriksen has made it his mission to help people understand and get the most out of the web, and contribute to the debates about ownership and democratization of information, design philosophy, and the open web. His 60+ published courses on WordPress, front end web design and development, and web standards on LinkedIn Learning have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of viewers from all over the world. In this conversation Sean interviews Morten on the ethics of Open Source, our responsibility to the greater tech design community for having a seat at the table for conversations in government which have implications for WordPress and Open Source in general. Also covered: Morten shares a swing dancing catastrophic dance move, what he’s advocating for in the WordPress community and beyond and some of his favorite musical and literary influences. Enjoy!

13 min read Alex Denning
Community | cozmoslabs.com | 15 days ago

20+ Best WordPress Membership Themes in 2019

In this post you’ll find everything you need to get up and running with the perfect membership theme for your WordPress website. It starts by exploring the difference between a membership theme and a membership plugin so that you know what you should look for in each. And then we jump into 20+ of the best membership themes for WordPress. The list includes both free and premium themes.

20+ Best WordPress Membership Themes in 2019

Community | cozmoslabs.com | 15 days ago

Searching for the best WordPress membership theme to launch your site? In this post, you’ll find everything you need to get up and running with the perfect membership theme for your WordPress website.
We’ll start by exploring the difference between a membership theme and a membership plugin so that you know what you should look for in each. This is essential to understand so you can pick a WordPress membership theme that will set you up for success.
Then, we’ll jump right into 20+ of the best membership themes for WordPress. The list includes both free WordPress themes and premium WordPress themes for membership sites.
WordPress Membership Theme vs Membership Plugin: You Need Both
In WordPress, there’s supposed to be a clear line between themes and plugins:
You use themes to control the design and styling of your site.
You use plugins to add functionality to your site.
The main reason is lock-in and portability – if your theme itself is adding functionality, that means you can never switch themes because you’ll lose those important features. On the other hand, if your site’s functionality comes from a plugin, you can switch themes as needed

Community | poststatus.com | Nov. 3, 2019

Matt Mullenweg's State of the Word, 2019 • Post Status

Here comes the much-awaited State of the Word 2019! Matt Mullenweg's signature yearly address the entire World of WordPress during WordPress US (WordCamp SF till 2014). First nice write up by Brian.

Matt Mullenweg's State of the Word, 2019 • Post Status

Community | poststatus.com | Nov. 3, 2019

Matt Mullenweg just completed the 2019 State of the Word, where he offered a comprehensive overview of the last year of all things WordPress. WordCamp US 2019 completes its first year in St. Louis, Missouri, where more than 1,300 WordPress community members and leaders are gathered.
It’s been the year of Gutenberg in 2019, and in this State of the Word, Matt highlights what has been accomplished, and what comes next.
Matt kicks off the event with the premiere of Open: The Community Code, a film about the open source WordPress community.
Open was really well done, and makes a great intro for this year in review. In the film, Matt said that $10 billion flow through the WordPress economy per year. Yet, it’s just one of the things that make the WordPress community. WordPress is more than code, more than business. Matt said, “it’s more than a tool,” and that it’s more like a canvas that, “anyone can paint on.”
Open is a film about WordPress, and what WordPress really is — not only software, but people, a community, and a mission. Open is, “is a documentary short created by Producer Andrew Rodriguez and Director Sean Korbitz. ​Executive

Community | comingsoonwp.com | 6 days ago

How to Setup WordPress/WooCommerce Staging Site on Cloudways - Coming Soon & Maintenance Mode for WordPress

Discover the full potential of a staging environment for your WordPress site

How to Setup WordPress/WooCommerce Staging Site on Cloudways - Coming Soon & Maintenance Mode for WordPress

Community | comingsoonwp.com | 6 days ago

Have you ever hesitated and put off changing the theme of your website because you are unsure of the results? How many times have you checked out a plugin and decided not to go for it because you are afraid your site might go down because of plugin incompatibility? But before we start, you must be clear about why you even want to create a staging area for your WordPress site. Whenever you make a change to a page, you can save it in draft mode, or you can publish the changes live. At this point, how sure are you that the changes you are about to take live will not cause the page (or the entire website) to crash.
There is really no way of being sure about it.
This is where you can see the full potential of a staging environment where you can test plugins and theme updates without breaking the live site. A staging environment is a separate and isolated location on your WordPress websites that you can test and evaluate website changes.
How Can You Build WordPress Staging Sites on Cloudways?
Cloudways is a great managed platform for WordPress websites of all descriptions. Whether you are a simple WordPress blog, WooCommerce multi-vendor store, a service provider or agency, Cloudways provides

18 min read Web News Insider
Community | wpsauce.com | 18 days ago

100+ WordPress Products Available for a Fraction of the Original Price

Are you ready for BlackFriday? Here you can get the best WordPress plugins, themes, and services for a fraction of their original price!

100+ WordPress Products Available for a Fraction of the Original Price

Community | wpsauce.com | 18 days ago

It seems like Black Friday gets bigger every year. There are more stores involved, deals are getting better and the merchandise cheaper. While this might mean more problems for retailers, having an online store or offering a digital product is a different thing. We won’t get into the problems of Black Friday & Cyber Monday nor discuss why people like to fight on this day. Let’s enjoy the sheer number of the WordPress deals that we managed to acquire. We are sure that there are at least a few WordPress plugins, themes or services that will catch your eye.
Are you ready for #BlackFriday? Here you can get the best #WordPress plugins, themes, and services for a fraction of their original price!
Although usually, all WordPress deals last for more than just the weekend spread between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, make sure that you check the dates for each deal. It wouldn’t be fun to miss an opportunity to save even up to 50% percent on a deal because of a missed date.
Before you even get started on your new WordPress site, you should set up an intriguing coming soon page to create the initial buzz. How can you do so without spending ages on it, because you want to

7 min read Weglot
Community | blog.weglot.com | Oct. 23, 2019

How to translate Beaver Builder WordPress sites with Weglot

Learn how to translate your Beaver Builder WordPress created site using the Weglot multilingual solution. A no-code tool that translates all your WordPress content

How to translate Beaver Builder WordPress sites with Weglot

Community | blog.weglot.com | Oct. 23, 2019

Choosing the right CMS platform to build your website is always going to be a difficult choice. With numerous options out there for no-code tools, it’s often easier to pick a CMS that allows you to build aesthetically pleasing websites without the need for any developer knowledge. Whilst WordPress is currently the CMS of choice for more than 34% of the internet – not everyone is as confident at building a website on this website technology if they lack HTML knowledge.
Luckily there are a number of well known WordPress page builders that take the hassle out of creating a WordPress site by allowing you to create beautifully designed pages without any code.
In this article we’ll take a look at Beaver Builder, which is currently being used on more than a million WordPress sites.
With their simple drag-and-drop WordPress site builder and a choice of 30 themes, you can take control of the layout and design of your site through easy customization options – taking the hard work out of WordPress website development.
And, if you’re creating a WordPress website one of the things you might be hoping to do is add multiple languages so you can target numerous markets.

16 min read Web News Insider
Community | comingsoonwp.com | 4 days ago

How to Scale WordPress Maintenance Tasks at an Agency Level

Learn how to overcome some major challenges in the WordPress maintenance business

How to Scale WordPress Maintenance Tasks at an Agency Level

Community | comingsoonwp.com | 4 days ago

Learn how to overcome major challenges in the WordPress maintenance business Businesses with more shares of customer service roles are often considered the most challenging to maneuver in today’s industry, even as an expert. You must satisfy your clients, regardless of how much you know about their preferred methods of achieving their needs and how messy their previous service providers have left them. These hiccups are, however, on a different scale in WordPress maintenance services.
WordPress professionals in the servicing industry are subject to managing websites they didn’t build. In other words, they manage sites that vary so much in how they are built. And the fact that website development is a creative task with no absolute method as a yardstick for achieving an aim leaves WordPress service agencies with more ambiguities to handle.
Aside from handling too many maintenance tasks, another headache is to onboard clients with their existing websites. Clients with different hosting providers, different WordPress themes, different plugins, varying PHP versions, website tools the service providing agency considers obsolete, etc.
The juicy part of providing maintenance services

18 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | freemius.com | Nov. 7, 2019

Is WordCamp Dying…or Not? Valuable Takeaways from WCUS 2019 in St. Louis

This WordCamp US 2019 in St. Louis, we asked the tough questions, made new connections, and learned quite a bit from the community.

Is WordCamp Dying…or Not? Valuable Takeaways from WCUS 2019 in St. Louis

Community | freemius.com | Nov. 7, 2019

This WordCamp, I heard some pretty tough feedback from other attendees, especially from veteran campers that have been attending WordCamps for years. In particular, I heard that the venue was too spread out because it was so big, the speaking rooms and events felt “disconnected” from each other because you had to travel far to get to them (within the massive conference center and to external events), and quite a few people commented that it was “more of the same old thing”. This is some pretty harsh criticism of an event that is supposed to bring people together and normally be pretty fun…
I’m always someone to take things pretty lightly, so I felt like my opinion was in the middle of all this feedback. I thought the St. Louis City Museum was a pretty whacky place for everyone to go for the after-party – in a good way (even though it was out of the way). Also, comparing it to the experience I had in WordCamp EU earlier this year in Berlin, the energy of the event was a bit more “sleepy”. Did anyone else feel that way too?
Overall, I had a great time, but I think it’s still worth asking:
Is WordCamp Dying?
Maybe it was the