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!
10 Simple Tricks to Eliminate Spam User Registration
“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.”
2 Scrolling UI Tricks You Should Avoid
“[S]ome websites like to alter the way scrolling works, which can not only take you by surprise, but affect your overall experience in a negative way… In a nutshell, functionality such as scrolling should be kept simple.”
3 Common WordPress Attacks You Can Stop In Their Tracks
“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.”
5 Best WordPress Event Plugins: Calendars, Lists, Tickets + More
“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.”
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7 HTML Tricks To Make Your WordPress Site Stand Out
“The base HTML code you used to build your WordPress site is the key. By making some subtle tweaks, you can easily and effectively empower your site to appear distinct from others.”
Fixing WordPress Errors? It’s Easy If You Do It Smartly
“[W]e hope to give you insight into the most common WordPress problems that may occur when developing your website. We’re going to talk about smart solutions for those problems and the tools that you can use to solve them.”
GDPR: ensuring your website is secure | Search Engine Watch
“A key part of GDPR is the business’ responsibility to secure customer data and websites to prevent data breaches, phishing, and other forms of malicious online activity.”
How To Protect Your WordPress Site From Vicious Hackers
“[Y]ou should not rely solely on the most recent update for WordPress protection. I will give you my list of plugins that can help strengthen your site and how to protect your WordPress site from hackers.”
How to Seamlessly Add Product Reviews to Your WordPress Website
“[O]nline reviews hold just as much weight as personal recommendations do with 85% of customers… If you’re looking for a way to add more credibility to your WordPress site, customer reviews are the solution.”
Managing Your Blog On a Mobile Device
“Have you given the WordPress mobile apps a try lately? We’ve been working hard to make sure our iOS and Android apps are simple to use and have the features you need to blog right from your phone or tablet.”
The First Release of WordPress Turns 15 Years Old
“May 27th, marks the 15th anniversary of the first release of WordPress. Users are celebrating the occasion across the world with huge cakes, cupcakes, memorable photos, parties, and meetups.”
WordPress SEO Mistakes that Can Wreck Your Website’s Conversion Rate
“There are too many variables involved — so much that even experienced digital marketers overlook certain aspects of their WordPress SEO from time to time.”