When it comes to WP performance optimization, the word that usually comes first to mind is a cache plugin. You’ve probably already heard about WP
WordPress Plugins Categories
Raise your hand if you can tell me the next upcoming event in the WordPress Events and News dashboard widget… That’s what I thought. While
Appointment plugins are an interesting topic. Because WordPress has grown into such a popular CMS, many businesses which need appointment functionality are starting to use
Have you ever wondered how many hotel, vacation rental, or bed and breakfast WordPress websites are in existence? According to the latest research performed in 2017, WordPress
Back in November 2017, the team behind Tailor Page Builder made the hard decision to bow out of the page builder market because of, in
If you’re running a WordPress website, you should always be on the lookout for ways to speed up your site. As I harp on in
In the past few weeks, we’ve been diving into add-ons for popular WordPress page builders. These are essentially “plugins for plugins” that add additional functionality to
Elementor vs WPBakery Page Builder (formerly known as Visual Composer Page Builder) is an interesting comparison because it’s pitting two page builders with vastly different
In the past few weeks, we’ve featured posts on Elementor add-ons and Beaver Builder add-ons, which may have left you to think that we’ve forgotten
You don’t need me to tell you that page speed is important. I mean – the data is there. Page load times affect everything from
If you run any kind of business, reviews are essential to getting people to trust you. In a survey from BrightLocal, a whopping 85% of
With its 400,000+ active installs, Beaver Builder is one of the most popular WordPress page builders that you’ll find. It also has a huge developer
If you need to make changes to the live version of your WordPress site, you probably don’t want your visitors walking in on you at
If you’ve read my Elementor review here at WPLift (or one of the many other Elementor reviews out there), you know that one of the
Interested in a review about a review plugin? It’s a little bit meta, but that’s what I’m about to do today. I’m going to write
Affiliate links are ugly. I said it. And not only are they ugly, they’re difficult to keep track of. You use them all over the
Want to send a WordPress newsletter to your visitors but not sure where to get started? In this guide, I’m going to give you a
If you’re trying to sell anything on your website, testimonials are a great way to add social proof to your site and convince your visitors
If you follow WPLift, you know that we’ve previously talked about things like the benefits of Google AMP for WordPress sites and whether Google AMP
Struggling with how to add Click to Tweet boxes to WordPress? You know, those quote boxes where your readers can click to instantly share the
Looking for a way to add social share buttons to your WordPress site? If you’ve been browsing for solutions, you’ve probably come across this name:
If you’re a WordPress developer, designer, agency owner, or just…anyone who creates designs or websites for a living and needs to accept feedback from other
Interested in a Google Analytics alternative for your WordPress site? Google Analytics is generally most webmasters’ go-to tool when it comes to website analytics. But
When it comes to website analytics, Google Analytics is undoubtedly the gold standard. But…it’s by no means the only option when it comes to analytics
Quite often we hear about WordPress alternatives, but it’s hard to be sold on a website builder that goes up against WordPress. The Duda responsive Website
In the world of “best plugin lists”, there’s plenty of love for regular WordPress plugins. But when it comes to our compadres running WordPress Multisite,
When you think of WordPress and social networking, your mind probably jumps straight to BuddyPress. But, as my PeepSo review will show, BuddyPress is far
Caching plugins are one of those indispensable plugins that every single WordPress site needs. While some performance optimization tweaks barely move the needle when it
Want a smarter way to track and engage with your visitors? Zoho SalesIQ, the plugin/SaaS product that I’ll be reviewing today, gives you detailed visitor
You know the drill. WordPress comes out with a new update, then you hope and pray that it doesn’t damage anything on your site. You’ve
Struggling to pick the perfect page builder for your WordPress site? I already compared two giants in the form of Divi vs Elementor. Now, I’m
Ever wished that you could get more insights from Google Analytics? The default Google Analytics tracking code gives you some helpful information about where your
Does your website skew towards a more professional niche? Or maybe you’ve got a portfolio site and want to bring in your LinkedIn information for
Making your website fast is one of the most crucial things any website owner can do to increase their success. Not only does it improve
Interested in a tool that bills itself as “more flexible than typical page builders and as powerful as hand-coding”? Oxygen is a new WYSIWYG visual
After stumbling upon the HTML to WordPress app, I began to wonder what the point of it was. Why? I had never had the need
If you want to take WordPress from “blog content management system” to “full-featured content management system,” you need custom post types. But custom post types
Want to manage email newsletters from directly inside your WordPress dashboard? No MailChimp, no Campaign Monitor…you just click on a tab and start sending out
Want to create more beautiful WordPress content? That’s a pretty easy question to answer, right? We have plenty of awesome page builders for heavy-duty page building. But what about a lightweight tool for beautifying regular ‘ole post content? That is, what about a “page builder for posts”? That’s how Setka Editor, the plugin I’m reviewing today, is branded.
Have you ever seen those voting contests where contestants upload an image or video and then the public votes on who has the best entry? They’ve become a pretty popular way for brands to attract user-generated content and get visitors involved.
Analytics get boring. Maybe that’s the reason so many businesses and bloggers stop using them after a few weeks or months. Personally, I can’t stand the monotony of stats, but I do force myself to go through website and email newsletter analytics every week.
Want to offer live chat to visitors on your WordPress site? If so, what better service to use than a company that is literally named LiveChat? In this review, I’ll be taking a look at LiveChat from the perspective of a WordPress site owner. While LiveChat is technically a standalone SaaS, they have their own WordPress plugin that makes it super simple to set your WordPress site up with LiveChat.
WordPress is the perfect solution for setting up your photography website. We’ve already lined up some great WordPress Photography Themes. But to actually get the
Need to show different content to your visitors depending on where they’re located? If so, you need a geotargeting plugin. And you’re in luck, because in this post I’m going to review GeoTargeting WP.
Ever wished you could build a custom footer with Visual Composer or another page builder? Not too long ago, I reviewed a plugin called Smart Footer System that helps you do just that…plus a bunch more!
If you need to customize or white label the WordPress dashboard, you’ve found your way to the right post. In my WpAlter review, I’ll be digging into all the ways in which this affordable plugin can help you customize the WordPress dashboard.
Looking for a way to display stylish opt-in forms on your WordPress site…without shelling out $70+ for one of the premium plugins? In my OptinEngine review, I’ll be looking at a WordPress opt-in plugin that allows you to create a variety of stylish email opt-ins for free. And no, it doesn’t skimp out on targeting options!
Want to increase your visibility in the search engines? Of course you do. That’s a silly question. Better visibility means more traffic…which means more money in your pocket (or a nice ego-boost if you’re a hobbyist!).
Is an unruly WordPress Media Library getting you down? The WordPress Media Library is great in the moment, but once you upload something, it’s easy for that file to disappear down the rabbit hole.
What do you do when you’re launching a new site or working on an existing one? Did you install a third-party plugin to let you create coming soon or maintenance pages? Or do you just…not put up anything at all because it’s too much trouble to go through setting up dedicated maintenance and coming soon pages?