Late last week Google announced its new free, open-source plug-in for WordPress, Site Kit. The plug-in helps webmasters manage their site by rolling a number of Google-powered insights into one channel. This helps website owners collate audience and revenue metrics into a single place. What Google tools are available? Google has stated that the first version of the plugin will only include data from four Google services. The implication is that more will be added as the Plug-In is developed, as it is still currently in a Beta phase. The four tools available through the Plug-In currently are: Search Console Analytics AdSense PageSpeed Insights How does it work? Each of the Google tools above can be accessed via the WordPress admin panel, as outlined by the quote below: “With Site Kit installed, WordPress users can access unified insights and Google product capabilities directly from the WordPress admin panel. Where it is helpful, Site Kit will also provide deep links into … [Read more...] about New WordPress Plug-in ‘Site Kit’ Integrates Google Tools
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Remkus de Vries Remkus is Manager Partnerships at Yoast and also focusses on our Translate Yoast site. Additionally, he works on the WordPress Project organizing and mentoring WordCamps. Today’s roundup focuses on WordPress 5.0 and its upcoming release date, but we’ll also discuss some interesting and new Gutenberg related news. And, I did my best to introduce a couple of interesting bits throughout this roundup. Every single link is certainly worth checking out! Let’s dive in, shall we? When will WordPress 5.0 be released? The question I heard most in the last couple of weeks was this: When will WordPress 5.0 be released? And that is a great question! Unfortunately, not one we have a straight answer to at the moment. The first Release Candidate (RC) was released last week and we’re expecting RC 2 today. But, that still doesn’t point to a specific date. The best answer we currently have is that the date will be communicated. Basically, this means … [Read more...] about WordPress 5.0 RCs, Gutenberg related news and food for thought!
If you’ve ever searched a WordPress site, you have likely noticed the results you get back from any search query leave a lot to be desired. And if you use WordPress as your content management system of choice, you may have noticed pages finding their way into site search results, which you would prefer people didn’t see. The unfortunate truth is that native WordPress site search needs some work to ensure it’s delivering your readers the best results. So what can you do to improve the relevance of your site search results? Fortunately, there are a number of easy-to-use WordPress plugins that can help – no need to mess around with code, just install, activate, and tweak the settings to make them work how you want them to. 1. Search Everything With over 80,000+ active installed, Search Everything has a solid user base and it’s served me well on several websites. There are no hoops to jump through, just activate, tweak the settings, and you’re ready to … [Read more...] about 4 Great WordPress Site Search Plugins
Hello guys, I will be teaching you how to improve your blog security for WordPress users. Of recent I got a threat Email from an anonymous location concerning my website. Therefore I have decided to to tighten my security and also share with you tips on how I did it. Most website gets hacked by hackers who are always hanging on the camps and ready to strike innocent website owners and when this happens all your hard works (your designs, contents, SEO attributes, Followers, Blog Pride) are gone in a split second and you might probably start from scratch again. I am here to ensure that does not happen because we should do prevent that from happening at all costs. WHY IS WORDPRESS A VULNERABLE PLATFORM? One thing you must know before we get started is a lot of websites are hosted on WordPress platform due to how flexible and great the WordPress layout is and most Big Authority websites out there make use of WordPress. This however has a disadvantage because hackers are attracted to … [Read more...] about How To Improve Your Blog Security For WordPress Users
Migrating from Blogger to WordPress isn’t a herculean task but yet could be frustrating if not done properly. In this article, I will be defining the proper ways to switch from Blogger to WordPress i.e How To Migrate From Blogger to WordPress and still retain your blog’s quality in the eyes of search engines: The BIG G itself! Moving from Blogger to WordPress is seen as an upgrade by many. Is this meant to be so? The Google-owned Free Blogger platform is limited to many features (Can’t even be compared to WordPress). This may be as a result of it’s price free policy. However, we all know the self-hosted WordPress Platform (not free though) has more outstanding features than it. But this won’t be another WordPress VS Blogger comparison… This is a tutorial on How To Migrate From Blogger to WordPress If you feel you wish to expand your website or blog then it’s the perfect choice to Migrate from Blogger to WordPress. The … [Read more...] about How To Migrate From Blogger to WordPress (Complete Tutorial)