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3 Easy Ways to Add Google Maps to Your WordPress Website

An old map and compass.

Is your business’ website optimized for local searches? Local Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is crucial for helping nearby customers find your business. Not taking care with this aspect of your site can result in lost sales and conversions. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to improve local SEO by using Google …

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An Introduction to Yoast: A Top WordPress SEO Plugin

A laptop screen displaying statistics.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is key for attracting visitors to your website. However, beginners and advanced users alike can find site optimization daunting. If not carried out properly, this can lead to traffic issues (e.g. not enough visitors) and even hurt your site’s credibility. The use of a dedicated SEO …

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Should You Implement Pop-Ups on Your Website?

Someone using a tablet.

If you spent much time online a few years back, you may remember that the web used to be a wild west full of rogue pop-ups on every page. Pop-ups used to be the stuff of nightmares, but they became (and remain) popular because they’re so effective. These days, pop-ups …

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How to Use the WordPress Gutenberg Editor

The printing press.

The WordPress editor has been around for almost as long as the platform itself. It’s no-nonsense and easy to use, but it’s not as slick as some modern page-building tools. That’s where the Gutenberg editor comes in. Gutenberg is WordPress’ attempt to modernize its editor and make it simpler for …

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How to Create a WordPress Maintenance Page

Multiple wrenches.

You’ll occasionally run into an error on your website or need to implement a feature that may affect its functionality. This may require you to take the site down temporarily, but people will still try to access it. That means you need to figure out a way to stop that …

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An Introduction to the WordPress Gutenberg Editor

The Gutenberg printing press.

Thanks to its open-source nature, WordPress is always improving. Most of the changes made to the platform are gradual in nature. However, that’s not always the case, as we’ll see with the upcoming release of WordPress 5.0. With this new version, the default WordPress editor will receive a major makeover. …

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