Automattic, the company that created WordPress software and also offers the hosted WordPress.com site popular with some bloggers, has managed to carve out a large online presence for themselves with a relatively small number of employees. What’s more, they’ve managed to do it while being primarily a “distributed” company, with the majority of employees working out of home offices all around the world.
A WordPress website health check is must to improve website’s performance. It includes various things like checking hosting, images, speed and so on. Explore the following infographic and check out some remarkable tools that help to discover any problem areas and learn best suggestions for improvement of your site.
Perception System has put together a list of some remarkable Wordpress plug-ins that are especially useful for developers in making their development task easier than before. If you also want to improve your Wordpress blog/site functionality through different types of plug-ins, then this list Wordpress plug-ins is just what you need.
What’s WordPress? If you have to ask, you’re missing out on one of the largest content management systems (CMS) in the world. On May 27, 2003, WordPress was released by founders, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, and as of September 2013, there are 69,764,179 WordPress sites accounted for around the world! Learn more about Wordpress and it’s history in this infographic.
The following is a somewhat encouraging infographic, created by StartBloggingOnline.com about what happens when your WordPress blog gets hacked. It includes consequences and possible scenarios.
This infographic from WPFrog is based around Wordpress stats throughout the world. For example, there are over 308 million people in the world who are viewing more than 2.5 billion pages each month. Since WordPress was born, its users have reached more than 11 million and currently, around 22% from new websites are running on a WordPress platform.
The following infographic compares two mobile plugins for WordPress – MobileCief and WP-Touch. WP-Touch is a fantastic tool for converting your WordPress site into a mobile-friendly format, and MobileChief is a great solution for creating new content in a Mobile Format. In fact, with MobileChief you can run campaigns that aren’t necessarily part of the rest of your website, and direct mobile users to a more targeted set of information.
Want to starting blogging for your small business but don’t know where to start? With a variety of blogging platforms available it’s super easy to get started. The interactive roadmap is filled with articles, videos, and blog posts that take small business bloggers step-by-step though the creation process