October 2014 / 14 posts found

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Best WordPress Themes for Google AdSense

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Do you want to make money online with Google Adsense? Are you planning to start a blog or change your current theme? Depending on your goals, you should consider using a WordPress theme that is optimized for Adsense. These themes have special spots for placing your ads and boast a simple design with easy navigation. They are perfect for niche sites, small blogs, forums and any type of website using ads. The best part is that they’re optimized to boost your click-through rate, so you’ll…
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WordPress Sites Under Hacker Attack

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New research from Imperva has shown that WordPress websites came under attack from hackers 21.9 percent more times than sites running on other CMS platforms combined. According to a report from betanews, WordPress sites are more likely to be attacked than any other site with WordPress websites suffering 60 percent more XSS incidents than all of the other CMS platforms. The research from Imperva also found that WordPress sites are more likely suffer a lower number of incidents per specific attack…
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Why It’s Important to Have Targeted Blog Traffic

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The success of your blog depends on several factors, including the number of daily visitors. Traffic is the lifeblood of Internet marketing. A blog without visitors won’t generate income. However, not all traffic is the same. Some people will find your site by accident, and leave it within seconds. Others will land on your blog based on their search queries. This is called targeted traffic. As a blogger, you shouldn’t worry about getting thousands of readers a day, but focus on driving…
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4 WordPress Plugins to Check SEO Stats

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WordPress stats plugins can make your life easier and help you optimize your blog for the search engines. These programs will track the number of visitors to your blog as well as their location, visit length, downloads and other relevant information. Based on the data received, you’ll be able to write better posts and make your content and pages more SEO-friendly. Here are the best four WordPress plugins to check SEO stats: Google Analytics by Yoast The world’s most popular analytics…