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-Is Your Site ‘Mobile Friendly’?

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Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly.   Google’s Mobile Friendly Test site Here’s a link to Google’s test site to see if your website or blog is ‘mobile friendly.’ Enter your ‘URL’ and find out where you stand in a minute or less. Why It is Important According to Google, there are now more mobile devices […]

-Has Your Site Been Hacked and Infested?

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(Photo credit: Wikipedia) Has your website been hacked and infested with links and malware that doesn’t belong there or has it been ‘blacklisted’ for some reason? If so it can really be a nightmare cleaning it up and getting back your traffic and good reputation. I know from experience because three years ago it happened […]

-Re: WordPress Jetpack

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What is Jetpack? A super plugin offered to self hosted WordPress blogs by Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com. At the present there are 23 different applications offered through the plugin. Some of these features have been part of the WordPress.com experience for some time but were not built into the program available for self hosted […]

-What About Adding a Forum?

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            (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Forums are one of the most popular and successful forms of social media when it comes to religion on the Internet.  A lot depends on what topics normally appear on your site, but many Christian websites, blogs, and ministries can be a natural home for supporting a potential forum. It is […]

-WordPress: What’s the best Caching Plugin?

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(Image via Wikipedia) Here’s an article at Tutorial9 that compares the speed and reliability of the most popular Caching plugins for WordPress: “WordPress Caching: What’s the best Caching Plugin?” by Kyle Robinson Young It is a comprehensive analysis of best caching plugins. Interestingly Young also presents an effective ‘do it yourself’ alternative. In his conclusions […]

-Podcasting Options for WordPress

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Vin Thomas at Church Crunch evaluates 3 podcasting options for ministries using the WordPress platform in the following post: “3 Ministry Podcasting Options with WordPress” He looks at and rates the PowerPress and Sermon Browser plugins and then presents a ‘no’ plugin WordPress option. Also deems the PodPress plugin as dated. Some good info here […]

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