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WordPress Events, Booking & Calendar Plugins

If you need to display a calendar on your blog for bookings or events then there are a number of WordPress plugins that have got you covered – in this post I will take a look at the free and commercial options for you. Free Plugins Ajax Event Calendar This plugin allows authorized users to … Read moreWordPress Events, Booking & Calendar Plugins

8 Free Google+ Button & Google Plus Profile WordPress Plugins

I’m a huge fan of Google’s new social network, Google Plus ( you can add me here ) – Its like the best bits from Twitter and Facebook wrapped in a nice clean interface. I have had the +1 button up here on WPLift since it was released – Im not sure if I have … Read more8 Free Google+ Button & Google Plus Profile WordPress Plugins

Building a Newsletter / Mailing List for your Blog, Plugins & Advice

Building a newsletter is an essential part of running your business, as a blog owner you should be collecting email addresses from the start. With a list you gain direct access to your readership: an email is more personal than a tweet or RSS update is more likely to be read. You can use the … Read moreBuilding a Newsletter / Mailing List for your Blog, Plugins & Advice

12 Free WordPress Contact Form Plugins

Unless receiving feedback, enquiries and job requests is not important to you, having some way for your blog visitors to get in touch is a bit of a necessity! The humble contact page has always been a bit of a pain to setup when creating a website, luckily for us these days we have WordPress … Read more12 Free WordPress Contact Form Plugins

How To: Add a Photo Gallery to WordPress – NextGEN Plugin

If you are an artist or designer or simply someone who wishes to display photos on their blog then the NextGEN plugin is a great full-featured system you can use. It’s fairly simple to setup and has a powerfull back-end admin panel. In this tutorial we will look at how to install and configure it. … Read moreHow To: Add a Photo Gallery to WordPress – NextGEN Plugin

7 WordPress Plugins to increase engagement with your readers

The old marketing adage that it costs twice as much to attract a new customer as it does to keep one also applies to your website’s visitors. The secret behind any successful website is not just in the number of new visitors they attract, but in how many of those visitors they get to come … Read more7 WordPress Plugins to increase engagement with your readers

WordPress for Podcasters: Recommended Plugins

While WordPress says it’s “seamlessly” supported, it’s not always the easiest to figure out. Luckily, there have been plugins developed to help fill those seam gaps. As a podcaster myself, I know how beneficial having the integration with iTunes can be, as well as being able to also include statistics and tracking. Unfortunately, this is … Read moreWordPress for Podcasters: Recommended Plugins

Creating eBooks from WordPress Posts and Pages

I have a client I’ve recently finished up a website for. It’s a Yoga site and the owner is well respected within her community (actually, she’s well respected outside of her community, I’d imagine. She tips nicely and smells of elderberries and baby powder) and has written quite a bit on the topic of Yoga, … Read moreCreating eBooks from WordPress Posts and Pages

WordPress eCommerce & Shopping Cart Plugins

WordPress is becoming more popular to power e-commerce sites, I think this is down to people being familiar with it, having access to a huge range of plugins and themes and the fact that its search engine friendly. For small companies and single users wanting to have a cheap online presence for selling online, WordPress … Read moreWordPress eCommerce & Shopping Cart Plugins

6 Best Review Plugins for WordPress Review Sites

If you plan to review products on your WordPress site, using one of these WordPress review plugins can help you add stylish review summary boxes, collect user reviews, and more. Better yet, all of these plugins will help you get Google Rich Snippets stars, which makes your reviews more eye-catching in Google’s organic search results. … Read more6 Best Review Plugins for WordPress Review Sites

Create a Membership site with WordPress; Membership Plugins

Adding a membership subscription to your blog or website is one way to add a stable new revenue stream. Membership options on established blogs are becoming quite prevalent at the moment, some examples are the Tuts+ Premium Network (10,000 members at $9 per month!), SpoonGraphics Access All Areas ($7 per month), Web Design Ledger Premium … Read moreCreate a Membership site with WordPress; Membership Plugins

How To: Backup your WordPress site with BackupBuddy

Everyone knows they should backup their websites regularly incase of a hosting failure or hacking attack etc but how often do you really do it ? Unless you have setup an automatic solution, I doubt you do it as often as you should. I had my backups for WPLift arranged through my hosting but only … Read moreHow To: Backup your WordPress site with BackupBuddy

Create a Social Network with WordPress & BuddyPress

To once again demonstrate the versatility of WordPress, this post will be showing you how to create a social networking site using WordPress and the BuddyPress plugin. This is what the BuddyPress site has to say : Social networking in a box. Build a social network for your company, school, sports team or niche community … Read moreCreate a Social Network with WordPress & BuddyPress

Using W3 Total Cache plugin with a CDN

The other day I showed you how to install the W3 Total Cache plugin to speed up your WordPress sites, I covered all the main settings apart from CDN. To recap : CDN is a Content Delivery Network of highly-optimized servers all around the world working together to distribute your content (CSS and Javascript files, … Read moreUsing W3 Total Cache plugin with a CDN

Speed up WordPress with the W3 Total Cache Plugin

Did you know you can significantly speed up any WordPress blog by adding a cache plugin ? By default when a visitor views your WordPress blog, your web server makes calls to your site’s database and uses PHP to output the pages to the visitor’s browser. By adding a cache plugin, your blog’s pages are … Read moreSpeed up WordPress with the W3 Total Cache Plugin

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