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Microsoft Offer WordPress Solution

by John
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Tweet WordPress continues to be one of the most popular ways in the world to run a website and for the majority of people the service runs very smoothly, however for those who are attracting a large amount of traffic there can be issues but new features from the Microsoft Azure Websites is offering a solution to users. This is a preview of Microsoft Offer WordPress Solution. Read the full post (349 words, 1 image, estimated 1:24 mins reading time)
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Best WordPress Themes for Creating a Review Site

by John
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Tweet WordPress review themes are very popular among Internet marketers, bloggers, and affiliates. If you enjoy writing about different products or simple want to make money promoting affiliate offers, this kind of theme will do the trick. The most advanced templates feature built-in rating systems, ten point scales, top ratings widgets, CNET style user ratings, and top class customization features. The following review themes will make your job easier and increase your profits: This is a preview…
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5 Fresh Ideas for Your Social Media Content

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Tweet Looking for the next big idea for your social media campaign? Every content marketer is constantly searching for fresh ideas to attract more fans and engage his audience. A successful social media strategy requires creativity and quality content that provides value. If your posts look overly-promotional, you’ll lose your credibility and drive prospects away. Here are five fresh ideas for your social media content: This is a preview of 5 Fresh Ideas for Your Social Media Content. Read…
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WordPress Checks 600,000 Passwords After Gmail Hack

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Tweet WordPress users can feel safe in the knowledge that the company are constantly working to protect their security after WordPress acted to check and reset passwords that may have become vulnerable following the Gmail hack. This is a preview of WordPress Checks 600,000 Passwords After Gmail Hack. Read the full post (416 words, 1 image, estimated 1:40 mins reading time)