A lot of people favor platforms such as Instagram over Pinterest, although the latter can be a fantastic source of traffic – particularly for image-heavy sites. However, without a verified website, people can share your content without others knowing where it came from.
It is frustrating to find out that your WordPress site has been hacked. In this article, I will share the top reasons why WordPress site gets hacked, so you can avoid these mistakes and protect your site.
We wanted to update you about an upcoming change Facebook is introducing to their platform, and which affects how you may share posts from your Jetpack-connected website to your Facebook account.
Tracking your website’s traffic is relatively straightforward. However, figuring out how well your site is ranking for the right keywords is a different matter. If you don’t monitor your WordPress keywords, you won’t know if your research is paying off.
When it comes to website security, the weakest link is often as simple as the password you choose. Many people tend to reuse passwords across multiple accounts, which is a major security vulnerability.