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  • WordPress Delists Non-Compliant Themes

    Posted on September 30th, 2020

    One of the most discussed subjects in the WordPress universe in August was the suspension of the most popular none-default freely-available WordPress theme - Astra. This was after the theme’s developers, brainstormforce, were accused of being in violation of terms related to affiliate links (links that allow you to benefit from recommending p...

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  • WooCommerce Version 4.4: Updated Blocks and Centralized Coupon Management

    Posted on September 30th, 2020

    Version 4.4 of the popular WordPress plugin WooCommerce was made publicly available on the 18th of August. The update had been in development from July 2020, with the core being updated with commits totaling to 450, pushed by 24 contributors. As a minor release, it remains backwards compatible with previous WooCommerce versions. As always, t...

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  • Importance of Keyword Research For SEO

    Posted on September 30th, 2020

    At its core, every SEO strategy worth investing in requires keyword research. It is the information from this research that leads to well-informed decisions that are likely to give a return. Keyword research gives direction to a marketing strategy. What is Keyword Research? Keyword research involves finding potentially valuable keywords that ...

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  • Why You Should Use Google Ads For Your PPC Campaigns

    Posted on September 30th, 2020

    In the endless sea of people online, you need to be able to target people who are likely to be interested in what your business has to offer. Online advertising has come leaps and bounds in making this not only possible but easily achievable. As it is an investment, you need to not only advertise but to ensure that you are reaching the largest ...

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  • WordPress Websites Have Been Targeted through File Manager Plugin Weakness

    Posted on September 17th, 2020

    A recently updated WordPress plugin, known as "File Manager," was exploited by hackers last week, affecting millions of websites published and hosted by the content management platform. File Manager is currently installed on more than 700,000 websites; however, as the attacks grew in intensity, the number of targeted sites swelled. Information ...

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