Get yourself prepared with a 38-minute Gutenberg talk given by Matt Mullenweg at WordCamp Portland early this November. In fact, it was a Q&A session at the end of the event. According to Matt, “the questions were great and covered a lot of the latest and greatest about Gutenberg and WordPress 5.0”.
Pingdom is probably the most popular tool that measures your site’s speed; and it does it in an easy, simple way. Here’s how to use it correctly and effectively, so you can get as accurate results as possible. But this post is also about how to speed up your site in case the Pingdom results are not the desired ones.
If you’re one of those bloggers who want to take things to the next level (as in monetizing your blog), then you need more than content. You also need a strategic approach on how to grow, promote, and make it Google-friendly. Luckily for you, there are lots of tools – free and premium – that will make your mission easy. We are using a few of them right here on this very blog.
Not all the products you sell online are image-heavy. I mean, maybe you are in the position of selling stuff that doesn’t require a photo gallery or high-def visuals. Will this affect the conversions? Perhaps. But you can at least try to showcase these products in a way that won’t make it look like a downside.
Google has some news on their side, too: reCAPTCHA v3 is out, which is a classic CAPTCHA remastered. “Instead of showing a CAPTCHA challenge, reCAPTCHA v3 returns a score so you can choose the most appropriate action for your website”. In this update, you will get a smooth user experience and a more accurate bot detection.