Site Kit: New all-in-one WordPress plugin by Google

Google have recently announced that they will soon be releasing their very own official WordPress plugin called “Site Kit“. Site Kit is Google’s official (free) version of an all-in-one plugin to integrate Search Console, Analytics, AdSense and PageSpeed Insights directly on your WordPress website dashboard. With the plugin installed on your website, you will be […]

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Automatic Loyalty Discounts for WooCommerce

I recently released another free plugin on the WordPress directory, “Loyalty Discounts for WooCommerce“. It is 100% free to download and install on your WordPress website. Currently the plugin is still an early and relatively simple version of what it could be. If there is enough interest/installs, I will work on adding even more features. […]

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Allow WooCommerce affiliates to view their coupon usage statistics

Version 2.0.0 of my free WordPress plugin “WooCommerce Coupon Usage” has now been released on the WordPress directory. It is 100% free to download and install on your WordPress website, with no current plans for a “premium” paid version. This plugin will display WooCommerce coupon usage statistics on your website frontend, allowing affiliates to view […]

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FreeAgent – 10% Discount Code: 45weycer

Recently, I started using FreeAgent accounting software and it is great! My FreeAgent 10% Discount Code is: 45weycer FreeAgent is extremely simple and easy to use. I have tested several other accounting software websites such as QuickBooks, Sage and Xero, but Freeagent wins my vote. With most other online accounting software I have tried, I’ve […]

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Two Factor Authentication with WordPress

If you have a very strong password for your WordPress site, the chance of someone breaking into your account via brute-forcing or dictionary attacks is not likely. However, it would still be possible for someone to access your account if they managed to get hold of your login credentials through phishing, keyloggers, a MITM attack […]

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Google to punish sites with ‘intrusive interstitials’ by 2017.

Recently it was announced by Google that it will be cracking down on ‘intrusive interstitials’, otherwise known as pop-up boxes, displayed on websites via mobile devices. Websites that do not follow the new rules by January 2017 may have their search engine rankings damaged. Google explained: Pages that show intrusive interstitials provide a poorer experience […]

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Do I need an SSL Certificate for my website?

It’s likely that you’ve seen the green padlock or green address bar (SSL Certificate) on some of your favourite websites. But what does this mean? The green padlock is known as a SSL Certificate. SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web […]

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13 simple ways to increase WordPress website security.

WordPress is constantly updating to increase its security features, however it is still important to take your own initiative to help increase the speed and security of your own website. In an article released in 2014, wpwhitesecurity.com reported the following statistics: – 41% of hacked WordPress sites were hacked through a security vulnerability on their […]

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