Obviously I’m not alone. Be that as it may, it’s also quite clear not every Wordpreneur user is a WordPress dude or dudette… so I haven’t been including any WordPress-specific content among the feature selections that appear on the Wordpreneur Reader.
Which is a shame — I do come across quite a bit of it on the regular that I think many of you WordPress users will find helpful.
Well, some good news: Since the regular Wordpreneur Reader appears MWF, I figure, what the hey, let’s do a WordPress Reader edition on T’s and Th’s!
This is the very first issue. Same format as the regular Reader — a dozen feature selections per issue. Maybe that’ll increase a bit, since I’m thinking of moving all Webdev & Traffic content over to this pub, to go along with the WordPress content.
I guess we’ll find out soon enough whether I decide to go ahead with the Webdev move. In the meantime, here you go. Have fun!
“Did you know that malicious computer programs called ‘spambots’ search the internet looking for vulnerable websites? One method they have of forcing themselves into your site is by creating spammy user accounts.”
“Despite the thousands of hours that have gone into making sure WordPress is secure and stable, the default platform still has certain aspects that are vulnerable to attacks.”
“Whether you need to display your own events or just want to curate other people’s events to display on your site, one of the plugins on this list should help you out.”