W3 Total Cache Will Boost Your Business Site: Here’s How

Back in 2013, we blogged about whether a cache plugin will help your SEO, and practically 3 years later it seems that the WordPress W3 total cache plugin may have a monopoly on the different plugins out there. It’s still the most popular, however …
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5 Google Predictions for 2016

The Templatic WordPress Themes Club subscription is perfect for any WordPress developer and freelancer that requires access to a wide variety of WordPress themes. This styles collection saves you hundreds of dollars as well as offers you the great deal of …
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Chuck’s five most prolific blog site commenters of 2015

It’s that discussion that keeps this blog site entertaining and alive. And considering that WordPress simply sent me a stat-metrics summary of 2015, it was kind adequate to list my 5 most prolific and frequent blog site commenters of the previous 365 days. Well …
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The majority of Facebook Open Source Developers Don’t Work for Facebook

WordPress and Netflix are 2 of the more popular users of React. The company followed React with the release of React Native this March, whose escalating development in appeal has broken all its records. The structure that makes it possible for designers to use …
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Retargeting On Facebook Like A Master– By Kyler Patterson

Audience By Importance Does your blog site have various categories? With our example, you have posts about WordPress, Joomla, and Magento. If people are on those articles, they’re probably interested in that program. If you retarget everyone with a …
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