10 Reasons Why WordPress Is the Best CMS for SEO

Since its release in 2003, WordPress has never stopped growing. In fact, it now powers 34% of the web. WordPress 5.3 (released on November 12, 2019) has already had 8,088,…

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5 Essential Schema Plugins for WordPress

Not all website elements are created equal. Some matter – and some matter a ton. So what are your site’s standout elements? Here are five: Customer reviews. Ratings. Product pricing….

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WordPress.com launches SFTP and PHPMyAdmin access on Business and eCommerce plans

WordPress.com this month launched SFTP and PHPMyAdmin access on Business and eCommerce plans. This enable publishers using WordPress.com to upload custom themes and plugins directly to the website, and manage…

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WordPress.com Introduces A New Way For Websites to Make Money

Websites hosted on WordPress.com can now monetize their content with a new recurring payments feature. Available with any paid plan on WordPress.com, the recurring payment feature lets site owners collect…

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Salesforce launches an hybrid CMS after investing in WordPress.com

Salesforce this week launched a Content Management System (CMS). In Salesforce CMS, uses can create, manage, and deliver content. Salesforce says that their CMS is hybrid as companies can create…

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WordPress 5.3 Moves Closer to Valid HTML

WordPress announced that version 5.3 will use improved coding that will be closer to standards compliant HTML. There are good reasons why it valid HTML should be considered important for…

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WordPress 5.3 Adopts Rel UGC Nofollow Link Attribute

ADVERTISEMENT WordPress announced that WordPress 5.3, coming next month will support Google’s UGC Nofollow attribute by default. Starting November 12, 2019, all links in the comments section will automatically use…

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