Articles: Plugins

WP Umbrella: Monitor your uptime, performance, and PHP errors in one place

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WP Umbrella is an all-in-one performance monitoring tool for WordPress. It is a WordPress plugin that can check the website for errors, and stand by for constant monitoring. It has multiple checks for website health, performance, and uptime monitoring, as well as PHP errors that arise from installing new plugins and themes. WP Umbrella also has a notification system that can be set up with email or Slack, to notify...

nuTab: Turn Google Chrome’s New Tab Page Into an Organization Powerhouse

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nuTab is a browser extension for Google Chrome that changes the new tab page into a space that can help users organize their thoughts. It is a tool that converts the empty space in a new tab page into a notetaking app, with a variety of rich features. nuTab is a feature-packed notetaking app that fully integrates within Google Chrome. nuTab also keeps the new tab page suggestions and favorites...

Web Stories by Google: Increase Your Engagement With Tappable Mobile Content

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Web Stories by Google is a new addition to the Google AMP suite of mobile-focused content delivery frameworks. It lets users create content in the “stories” format for the web, with visual content that is tappable, and focused on mobile users. Web Stories brings the stories content format from social media apps like Snapchat and Instagram to the web. Web Stories by Google also features multiple resources to help creation,...

20 Tips to Secure Your WordPress Website

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So, you’re DESPERATELY looking for a guide on how to secure your WordPress Website? You need sure tips that can help you secure your site from getting hacked. Stats like this doesn’t make it any easier: 90,000 WordPress accounts get hacked every day. Now, that’s a whopping amount! It’s enough to discourage you from getting a WordPress website. But it doesn’t have to be like that. You can have a...

19 Must Have WordPress Plugins for 2020

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WordPress is one of the most popular website CMS (Content Management Systems) in the world. The current estimate says that over a third of all websites run on WordPress, which is impressive. There’s a reason why WordPress is so popular — it’s easy to use, well-optimized, and above all — modular. Now what this means is that WordPress gives you a ton of room to get your website running the...

Top 10 Live Chat Products for Websites

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As technology continues to improve, people want to get everything done faster and more efficiently. This is especially true when it comes to getting questions answered and fixing issues. When people run into a problem online, it’s easy to get frustrated and give up. Typically the only help available is filling out a form or sending an email. One of the best solutions for this is integrating a live chat on...

10 Great Alternatives to Yoast SEO Plugin for WordPress

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If you want your website to do well and get as many visits as possible, your site needs to do well at SEO (Search Engine Optimization). The catch is, getting SEO right can be quite tricky, especially if you lack technical knowledge. WordPress, which is said to power nearly a third of all websites, has a ton of SEO plugins to help you get the practice just right. I’ve worked...
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