Essential SEO Guide to Optimize Your Posts in WordPress

Creating a WordPress website is easy, thanks to its easy to use features. But optimizing them for SEO, well you need to put in some effort. We largely depend on Google to market our WordPress website and it can be pretty tricky to employ the best methods to get the best results, with all the algorithm updates.

Luckily, WordPress has a few tricks up its sleeve and we will show you how to exploit them along with some bonus tips to optimize your posts for SEO.

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Video Guide: Zeko Charity WordPress Theme

Understanding what a WordPress theme, with all its options and possibilities, has to offer and how that all can be used in a real-world scenario can be challenging. This is especially true if you’re new to WordPress. Theme demo site, as well as the documentation, surely make things clearer, but in the age of YouTube, video often seems to be a preferred way to learn new things. In this video guide, we’ll go through the ins and outs of the Zeko charity WordPress theme.

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WordPress Interview: Roni Laukkarinen

Today we are going all the way to Finland to meet a great guy and friend Roni Laukkarinen. He is a full stack developer, founder of a WordPress agency Digitoimisto Dude, WordPress Jyväskylä Meetup group, Admin Labs website monitoring/status page startup, Geeky Lifestyle blog and Streetgazer synthwave act. He is also a general nerd, blogger, homebrewer, dad, and command line fanatic.

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The value of HeroPress for the WordPress Community

“Don’t underestimate the power of your vision to change the world. Whether that world is your office, your community, an industry or a global movement, you need to have a core belief that what you contribute can fundamentally change the paradigm or way of thinking about problems. “
– Leroy Hood, BrainyQuote


There was a young man from Kolkata, India named Jeet who wanted to share his frustrations about working in the WordPress world. He was struggling to get a decently paid work. Mostly, he was getting a low budget contracts from clients in America or Europe.

On the other side of the world, there was an American guy Topher who listened to him. He wanted to help but as an American, he didn’t have any real experience with the problems bothering Jeet and didn’t really know how to help him.

However, he had the idea to find other people who face similar problems, hear their stories, publish them and in that way help them connect with each other and the whole WordPress community. This in return opened up a whole new sea of possibilities for these people.

Here starts the amazing story behind HeroPress.

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11 Blogging Tips For Fresh Writers 2017

In the age we are living, writers can start a website and release unique content almost in no time. With a stunning WordPress blog theme, hosting and a bit of imagination, you can have it all set and ready to rock sooner than you think.

However, after the technical part is over, it comes to the most essential thing, content. For those who are new to the blogging game, below you will find a list of 11 top tips to get you going. Of course, there is even more to it, but it is advisable not to overcomplicate when starting out. Rather keep things simple and gain skills and knowledge on the go. Your audience will grow with you and, by staying consistent, you will be impressed how far you can get.

There is no better timing to start your blog than it is today. Take action, go to work and start releasing nifty work that it will be inevitable for others not to be attracted to.

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WordPress Interview: Alexandra Draghici

If you were already getting impatient after a two months break since the last interview, then today we have a real treat for you. This time we are going to Romania to meet a beautiful girl and a dear friend, Alexandra Draghici. She is the product owner of CaptainForm, a WordPress form builder. She is also the founder of an English learning platform in Romania called

One of the best things about attending WordCamps is the opportunity to get to know people that share the same passion about WordPress. On one of the camps, I met Alexandra and we quickly became really good friends. So I already know how wonderful she is and I’m sure you’ll find that out soon as well. Let’s get to know her better.

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