Category Archives: WordPress

Interview: WordPress SEO with Peter Mead

peter-mead-seo-podcastKate Toon chats with Peter Mead about WordPress SEO: why WordPress is a great platform, useful plugins, common pitfalls and essential fixes.
Tune in to learn:
What WordPress is and why it’s awesome
The pros and cons of Yoast
What Yoast does and how to use it
Other great WP plugins
How often should you update WordPress
The best way to handle Google AMP
The importance of resetting your permalinks
Common WordPress mistakes

WordPress SEO with Peter Mead

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Big Digital Adelaide 2016 Live Blog

Big Digital Adelaide conference  running from June 7-8, 2016 at The Science Exchange Adelaide.

Early Bird Tickets are now Open for Big Digital Adelaide 2017

Below some highlights and resources form the 2016 event.

Big Digital Adelaide 2016 Live Blog

Click here for Big Digital Adelaide 2017 Early Bird Tickets

How To Steal Your Competitor’s Backlinks – Robbie Richards

Robbie Richards gives you the low-down on how to outrank your competitors in the SERPs. Robbie gives a step-by-step guide on how to steal competitor’s backlinks, Google rankings & organic traffic.

Check it out on Robbie Richards website: How To Steal Your Competitor’s Backlinks

#WooCommerce eCommerce #WordPress Plugin @maddisondesigns

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So it is true that ECommerce websites are a huge business and it is also true that they are getting bigger and bigger… According to the US Commerce Department, eCommerce sales within the US alone totalled $194.3 billion in 2011. For sure this figure is will have to increase more and more as people see the benefits of buying & selling online.

I found this to be a great read by a top expert in the field, please read the rest of this article at maddisondesigns.com

Security advice for #WordPress users at WPSupport.com.au @wpsupportau

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WordPress Security Advice

 Chris Burges delivers a smashing presentation at #wpmelb There is a mountain of reading material and links to the Security plugins and techniques given below here, as discussed at Chris’ talk at the July WordPress Melbourne Meetup.

Here are some of the backup and security services:

From WPMU a discussion on “free themes”:

Yubikey plugin:

The hardware token itself:

WordPress security articles:

This post covers a lot of what you need to know:

Chris Burges is writing a post on managing multiple WordPress sites, so check WPSupport.com.au  in a few days.