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    Best WordPress Anti-Hotlinking Plugin : ByREV WP-PICShield

    September 17, 2013
    Google image search traffic

    I have earlier talked about hotlinking few times, and shared .htacess code to prevent image hotlinking from certain domain. Image hotlinking is really bad for website owners, as it increases the server load, uses your server bandwidth, and more over other hotlinkers are illegally using your work. Today, I will be sharing a free plugin call BYREV WP-PicShield, which is useful to prevent image hotlinking and it solves one major problem of Google image search ...

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    How to Change WordPress Permalink Without Losing Traffic

    September 13, 2013
    Change WordPress permalink

    WordPress is best platform for blogging, and it powers 18% of website in the world as of August 2013. Best thing about WordPress is, it’s easy to use, and with few hours of learning, anyone can start using WordPress. More over, there are thousands of tutorials on the web, which will help you to get started with WordPress. I have already shared many tutorials on this blog, to make sure you create the perfect WordPress ...

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    How to Prevent Image Hotlinking from Specific Domains

    March 5, 2013
    Stop image hotlinking

    Image hotlinking is nothing new, and content scrapper find a new way to copy blog posts from your blog. It could be simple using your RSS feed to create a duplicate copy of your blog posts, or using any software or WordPress plugin, to copy your blog posts and republish it. We have DMCA to handle such copy-paste blogger, but how about image hotlinking? Those who are on unlimited bandwidth hosting like Bluehost or Hostgator, ...

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    How to Redirect WordPress Images to Sub-Domain for Faster Loading

    January 30, 2013
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    We all know, loading of a website matters a lot for great user-experience, and for search engine ranking. There are many CDN network (MAXCDN, Cloudflare), which will let you setup content delivery network, and speed up loading time of your website. Though, we can’t achieve CDN like feature, with our own hosting, but we can speed up our blog by loading images from sub-domain. You can also use sub-domain to server static files (CSS, JS) ...

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    How to Set Up Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin

    November 16, 2012
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    When ever we talk about Best SEO plugins for WordPress, All in one SEO and WordPress SEO by yoast comes out as a prominent name. Now, many of you who are using All in one SEO plugin, you should know about much advance version of the plugin, which is available in WordPress repo with the name “WordPress SEO by yoast“. This plugin has integrated many known features of other plugins by Joost de Valk, for example ...

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    11 Costly Mistakes That May Reduce Your Blog Traffic

    November 7, 2012
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    Being a Blogger is fun and the most interesting part is making mistakes and learning from it. When I started blogging, I made many mistakes which reduced my Blog traffic and hampered my Blog brand, thought I never let those mistakes stopped me as it’s part of life. When ever you start with something new and without much guidance, you end up making mistakes and over the time you learn from it and fix it. We ...

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    How to Enable WPTouch helper plugin in Wp Super Cache

    June 26, 2012
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    Being on Shared hosting, having a good cache plugin is very important for any WordPress blog, and from last 3 years I’m playing with two of such plugins: W3 total cache and Wp super cache. At the time of writing, I’m using Super cache plugin. At times, W3 total cache plugin works great and on some server Super cache. I also use Wp touch plugin to give a mobile compatibility view to my site. Today, when I was ...

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    9 Steps To Secure WordPress Blog

    January 23, 2012
    Secure WordPress Blog

    In recent time, WordPress has been highly targeted by bloggers. Since WordPress uses MySQL and Php, it’s not tough to find a vulnerability in WordPress. Here I’m sharing some newbie tips to Secure WordPress blog. These are basic tips but some time missing these basic tips, may lead to losing your WordPress blog by some hacker. WordPress is probably the best CMS out there for blogging. I can quite confidently say that, being a user ...

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