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New Link To Connect WordPress With Gmail and Drive

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WordPress users can now work more closely with Google thanks to a new deal that has been struck between Google and WordPress makers Automattic. Automattic say that the new Google Apps for Work Integration enables their users on WordPress to be able to “set up their own custom email address based on their domain.” The blog post from Min Wei of WordPress said: “The content you publish on your site is the result of a lot of behind-the-scenes activity — and we’re not talking only about drafting…
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Get More Twitter Followers in a Few Easy Steps

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With millions of users, Twitter is one of the largest and most popular social networks on the Internet. From stay-at-home moms and teenagers to private corporations, everyone is using this online platform to connect and share information. Most people post news, photos, and inspirational quotes. Some are using Twitter for advertising and marketing, or as a link building tool. It is estimated that more than 20.6 million U.S. adults log into their Twitter account at least once a month. Every day, this…
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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…