FindTheBest, a data-driven comparison engine, just launched its interactive, data-driven widgets for bloggers and related WordPress plugin These enable data-driven publishers and bloggers to add interactive, customizable and unbiased product, service and reference listings to blogs and websites. The widgets are: Interactive and include small infographics Monetizable (come with ‘buy now button’); bloggers and affiliate share all the revenues Single or multiple-listing options (for reviews or comparisons) Fully customizable Widgets cover product, service and reference listings across 800 topics The widgets and plugin cover over 800 topics, spanning 9 categories, including: Business & Finance, Education, Electronics, Health, Home & Family, Motors, Software, Sports & Recreation and Travel & Lifestyle. FindTheBest is open to both Publishers and Advertisers / Business owners who can add their listing for free.
Any self employed individual appreciates new ways in which he/she can increase his/her income. The same applies to website owners. If you are a site owner, then there is a cool new way for you to give your income a boost.
So you’re worried about spam bots attacking your site. You must have heard of CAPTCHA. Maybe even implemented it with the hope that it will stop those spam bots.
The mobile is taking over the world. Today, almost all mobile phones come equipped with browsers, not to forget the whole host of mobile devices out there. While most mobile browsers can easily support your normal blog theme, you might want to create a better experience for users by offering a custom look for mobile devices.
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We’re back with another dose on how to make your WordPress installation even better. I bet that you’ve, at some point at least, noticed that your default WordPress theme has links only to the Previous or Next post page. While this is fine and makes for a simple browsing experience, there are times, especially if you’re an extremely large site like Smashing Magazine or PSDTUTS, where it makes more sense to have a proper pagination, instead of just simple links.
WordPress doesn’t count page views by default. So, if you’re trying to find out which of your posts are popular, you’re kind of stuck with relying on third party analytics software through which you have to drill through extensively. Top 10 will count the number of page views on your single posts and store them in the database.
You may have figured that we here at Techtites have a thing for WordPress. And who can blame us, right? As a blogger there are many times I’ve thought about putting up a gallery of videos.
WordPress being an open source platform has seen tremendous growth in its usage. Along with WordPress the number of plugins being released daily has also seen a phenomenal increase. Which plugins should you use?
Mark announced the new WordPress plugin competition. The past plugin competitions have been highly successful which have helped benefit the WordPress community with excellent offerings. I’m sure this years will be the same if not better.