WordPress News Digest for Tuesday, January 3, 2017

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W3Techs Ranks WordPress as the Fastest Growing CMS of 2016

By / — W3Techs published its Web Technologies of 2016 report today, compiling technologies that saw the largest increase in usage last year. The survey pulls data from the top 10 million sites (according to Alexa rankings) and compares the number of sites… More →

WordPress Weekly Digest: 1/3/17

By / — Every week brings fresh news and updates in the world of WordPress. Here we recap some of the biggest stories in the WordPress community provided by Torque. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users about the industry, Torque is a hub… More →

Repurposing Content: How to Turn One Blog Post into a Marketing Machine

By / — You’re ready to kick off a year of fantastic content marketing in 2017… only the thought of the sheer number […] The post Repurposing Content: How to Turn One Blog Post into a Marketing Machine appeared first on Pagely®. More →

10 Must-Read Divi Tutorials From 2016

By / — 2016 was a big year for Divi tutorials. We published more Divi-specific tutorials than ever before, in large part, thanks to our Divi 100 series promoting the launch of Divi 3.0. During that series it became apparent that both we… More →

2017 Plans: Blogging, Products, Consulting, and More

By / — Perhaps a bit of an obligatory post, but these are my 2017 plans I'm looking to accomplish this year for blogging, Pressware, and more. 2017 Plans: Blogging, Products, Consulting, and More was written by Tom. For more on WordPress, development,… More →

What’s New (and Awesome!) in WordPress 4.7

By / — WordPress 4.7 was only recently released in December and numerous user experience and developer, not to mention Twenty Seventeen, a brand new default theme. If you haven’t already checked out this new version of WordPress, here’s what you need to know.… More →

Playing with the X-Robots-Tag HTTP header

By / — Traditionally, you will use a robots.txt file on your server to manage what pages, folders, subdomains or other content search engines will be allowed to crawl. But did you know that there’s also such a thing as the X-Robots-Tag HTTP… More →

How To Give Access to Your WordPress Online Store’s Dashboard. Be Safe. – BobWP

By / — There will be times when you need to give some access to your WordPress eCommerce site for fixes, maintenance, or something else. Make sure you keep you site secure with these tips. More →

10 Email Marketing Metrics You Should Track (And the Tools to Help You)

By / — Email marketing is a difficult field for newcomers to break into. There are dozens of terms to learn, and a myriad of tools you need to get acquainted with to become competitive. Any way around, it’s a lot of work.… More →

14 Best Landing Page Themes & App Themes for Effective Product Showcasing

By / — The best landing page themes and app themes are ones that clearly demonstrate what your product is and how it will solve your target customers' problems. A lot goes into a product launch. You need to research and have real… More →

Loot Gaming Crate October 2016 – Rumble Unboxing

By / — Happy New Year! We’re still finishing off our 2016 a bit, so I’m taking a look at some of the other boxes I’ve not had a chance to put up. Starting with October’s Loot Crate. October 2016 Rumble Loot Crate… More →

How to Do Lead Generation in WordPress Like a Pro

By / — Do you want to generate leads and increase sales from your website? Lead generation should be a top priority for all businesses because at the end of the day, you want to convert your website visitors into subscribers and customers.… More →

WP-CLI Gets Official WordPress.org Support

By / — The WP-CLI open source project will be coming under the WordPress.org umbrella in 2017. After recent talks with Daniel Bachhuber, WP-CLI’s official maintainer, Matt Mullenweg announced WordPress’ support for the project, calling it “one of the highest impact developments for… More →