The popular Postman SMTP plugin was removed from the WordPress plugin repository earlier this month due to security issues. Thankfully, it was taken over by another Postman user and plugin developer very quickly, who fixed the security issues and released a new replacement: Post SMTP. Replacing the plugin on your own site is extremely easy; […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Let’s start with something a bit unpleasant… Earlier this month it was reported that has dropped its customary 50% discount for renewals of its extensions. Instead, renewing customers will now be paying full price. This is likely to be especially irritating to customers who have set up […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. (Yep, I changed this series’ name because a friend pointed out that this weekly post shows up in social media on other days than Fridays). I’ve seen WordPress sites with just a couple of plugins run like a drunk turtle on a low-quality hosting environment. I’ve also seen sites […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Do you know what your customers want? If you hesitated before answering, here’s a post for you – learn 5 ways of figuring out what your customers want on your website. On-page SEO are those things that you have direct control over (like content you write and calls-to-action) […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. A big list of 37 essential WordPress plugins (I was surprised to find I only use about 6 of these regularly, but I have my own preferred plugins that are alternatives to most of the rest). If you’re running a WordPress membership site, here’s a scary word: taxes. This post […]