We monitor over 20 online sources for news, best practices and tools that are of interest to Website Owners and Content Managers. Here are our best picks from the web for the month of August 2023.
Writing high-quality content that ranks in search engines is a difficult job. And how do you know that it’s a job well done? In this post, we’ll give you a handy SEO copywriting checklist with some quick checks you should do before you publish your article.
This will be the third major release of 2023. WordPress 6.4 will primarily extend existing features in the block and site editors. WordPress 6.4 is anticipated to introduce typography management features, including a Font Library and server-side @font-face CSS generation and printing.
We’ve just released new features for our Events Calendar Pro users. These feature ideas come directly from our users, and we’re delighted to be able to make those requests a reality. We’ve now expanded the functionality for venues and organizers to give you even more flexibility and options.
Are you a WordPress website owner or manager, especially involved in recruitment? If you’re on the hunt for a seamless way to create a job application form with WordPress, look no further. In this guide, we’ll walk you through using our pre-built WordPress form templates, particularly the job application form.
Keyword research is an essential part of your SEO strategy. It’s the first step in the SEO copywriting process. Before you create your site’s content, you should find out what search terms your audience uses.
The monumental task of overhauling WordPress’ aging admin design is coming into focus, as contributors kicked off explorations of some initial mockups this week. Gutenberg’s Phase 3 is focused on Collaboration and this admin revamp is part of that road map.