As the new version of WordPress is preparing to launch, it’s time to take a look at its newest addition. For those who create content in the popular management system, prepare for what the Gutenberg Editor is going to bring to the platform. Is it worth your time?
Many bloggers and website owners will use AdSense to drive a bit of income. Depending on the popularity of the site, you can generate quite a decent amount of revenue from using AdSense on your site. However, too many people don’t know how to use it efficiently. Are your ads being seen by visitors?
Have some themes or plugins that need upgrading? Performing updates in WordPress is relatively quick and easy. In fact, it only takes a few moments and a couple clicks of the mouse. To update themes and plugins, you ensure the overall performance of the site.
Widgets are expansions to a website that often provide additional information or useful tools. They are the small blocks of content usually in the sidebar of a website. The possibilities are endless when you use widgets in WordPress, but how do you manage them?
I’ve decided to try an experiment with guest blogging for this website. It’s probably going to open the doors to a world of spammy content or poor authorship, but I would love to see what comes of it. If it works out, perhaps I’ll expand what else we can do with user posts.