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How to Monitor User Activities Inside WordPress Dashboard

How to Monitor User Activities Inside WordPress Dashboard

Do you want to see what your authors or editors are doing inside the WordPress dashboard? If you are running a multiple author blog, or if your blog admin area is accessed by multiple users, you might like to monitor user activities as a safeguard measure. Monitoring activities inside your dashboard is especially critical when you hire a one-time […]

WordPress Plugins That Power ShoutMeLoud To Success

WordPress Plugins That Power ShoutMeLoud To Success

Over the period of 6 years of blogging, I have across many WordPress plugins, and at the time of writing this, I have my secret list of Plugins that I’m using on all the blog. As a part of transparency culture, I will be sharing this exclusive list of plugins with you. Do remember, these […]

Best Social Media Follow Buttons WordPress Plugins

Best Social Media Follow Buttons WordPress Plugins

Do you want to increase your social media following? The sidebar of your blog plays a major role in conversion & decreasing page-views. A usual practice is to place Email Subscription & social media follow buttons in the blog sidebar. The placement is usually above the fold, which in turns increases the number of views […]

How to Set Up Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin

How to Set Up Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin

This is the guide to configure the SEO By Yoast plugin. In the 2.0 version there are some changes in the UI, but configuration is still the same. I have updated this guide for the Knowledge Graph setting which is in the 2.0 version. Whenever we talk about Best SEO Plugins for WordPress and All In One SEO, WordPress […]

2 WordPress Plugins To Protect Your Blog From Brute Force Hacking

2 WordPress Plugins To Protect Your Blog From Brute Force Hacking

Being a blogger it is obvious that you are much concerned about the blog security. We all like to keep our blogs secure against the hackers. Wordpress users are lucky enough that there are several security plugins and other template tweaks to safeguard the blog from hacking attempts. One of them is changing the default wordpress username ‘admin’