WordPlace.io

WordPlace Review – Professional Managed WordPress Hosting

WordPlace is a web host that belongs to a specific class of web hosts known as “managed WordPress hosts”. Managed WordPress hosting, a specialized hosting environment optimized for WordPress sites, became a thing as WordPress grew more and more popular. Nowadays, WordPress users have several managed hosts to choose from, and companies like WP Engine,…

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Multilingual Support

How to create multilingual websites with WordPress

Offering your WordPress website in multiple languages can be a daunting prospect to WordPress administrators. WordPress doesn’t support multilingual features out-of-the-box, but in case you are using translation-ready WordPress themes, you can make use of additional tools in the form of WordPress plugins. There are lots of multilingual WordPress plugins you can take advantage of….

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Making Money

7 Money making ideas to start your own online business

Today, we’re going to go over seven money making ideas you can use to start your very own online business. These ideas vary in terms of what it takes to get started in them, which means some may require a decent amount of knowledge or skill in the subject before you can get started. Some…

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Keyword Synonyms

How to use synonyms for better rankings in search engines

Do you remember Google Panda, the first major update Google released to its algorithm? It was released in February 2011 with the intent to penalize sites with low-quality content. Keyword stuffing, especially when combined with thin, low-quality content, has been frowned upon by Google ever since, a stance that has given rise to what are…

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Creative Blocks

How to stop writer’s block for good before it kills your WordPress blog

You’ve undoubtedly heard of writer’s block. Certainly Google thinks the definition is fairly straightforward. Blogger’s block is the particularly insidious form of writer’s block that impacts bloggers. It’s not just plain old, everyday, vanilla writer’s block, just in WordPress. That’s because the nature of professional blogging itself is different. The frequency of publication plus the…

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