How to improve your WordPress site’s domain authority

Everyone wants to rank on the coveted first page of the SERPs (search engine results pages). It’s only natural given the traction and attention received by the search results on the first page. That …

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Hackers Are Exploiting WordPress Tools to Hawk Scams

If you’ve visited a website in recent days and been randomly redirected to the same pages with sketchy “resources” or unwanted ads, it’s likely the site in question was 1) built with WordPress tools …

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WordPress SEO Quick-Start Guide: Three Key Strategies For Success

Anyone running a WordPress website is probably familiar with the term WordPress SEO. If it’s new to you, search engine optimization (SEO) covers the many strategies, tactics and best practices used to …

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How to Use WordPress to Build Your Website: A Beginner’s Guide

WordPress is a leading website builder platform that’s affordable and customizable. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use WordPress to build your next site.

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How Much Does a WordPress Website Cost?

WordPress is a titan in the content management system space with millions of users worldwide, but how much does it cost? Learn more about the pricing plans.

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5 Reasons Why WordPress Is Still the Most Popular Website Builder in the World, According to Experts [DesignRush QuickSights]

WordPress is the fastest-growing content management system since 2011. DesignRush reached out to experts to discover the reasons why WordPress is still the most popular website builder in the world.

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What is WordPress hosting?

WordPress hosting is a sort of web hosting service that’s created with WordPress in mind, which means its packages are pre-configured to magnify its power. While there isn’t a …

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WordPress theme Jupiter patches critical privilege escalation flaw

A critical vulnerability present among 90,000-plus active installations of the Jupiter WordPress theme allows for the takeover of target websites. Although attackers must be authenticated to exploit …

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Researchers find backdoor lurking in WordPress plugin used by schools

Researchers said on Friday that they found a malicious backdoor in a WordPress plugin that gave attackers full control of websites that used the package, which is marketed to schools. The premium …

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Researchers Find Backdoor in School Management Plugin for WordPress

Researchers have found a backdoor in multiple versions of a WordPress plugin called School Management Pro that gives attackers complete control.

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