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This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Should you ‘nofollow’ all outgoing links in your blog posts? It’s a big question with a complicated answer. Basically, when you link to another site you’re giving them an official vote of confidence, or a statement of trust. Read the first post to learn when it’s appropriate to […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. iThemes has published a post with pro tips for more WooCommerce conversions – and who doesn’t want that? And speaking of online sales, here’s a step-by-step guide to setting up automatic tax calculations in WooCommerce. You don’t want to deal with over 12,000 sales tax jurisdictions in the […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. This question still comes up occasionally… if you want to display an email address on your website, can you keep it from being ‘harvested’ by spam bots? Yes, you can. The venerable Email Address Encoder plugin is perfect for this – just install it. That’s it, nothing else […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. First… WooCommerce 3.0.0 will be released on (or soon after) April 4, 2017. This will be a big one and like all major WooCommerce releases, you should be prepared to have some issues with your site if you choose to update right away. WP Minder clients will have […]

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. Finding the right images to support and enhance your written content can be a time-consuming process. Here’s a new free plugin called WP Inject (not the most encouraging name, but anyway…) that helps you search for and insert CC (Creative Commons) licensed images without leaving the editor screen. Here’s […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. WordPress search has room for improvement. Here’s a great post that provides examples of four powerful ways to improve WordPress search: Faceted search Using a more powerful search algorithm Upgraded search for BuddyPres or Multisite Providing a better search experience Doing your own SEO? Here’s a big comprehensive […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Yesterday I was researching calendar plugins for a client project – there are a lot of them out there. This guide to WordPress event and calendar plugins was one of the better resources I found. What did I use? I wound up going with All-in-one Event Calendar. The […]