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WordPress Themes: Pay Or Not To Pay?

There are a lot of free WordPress themes available on the internet. The same goes for paid WordPress themes. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of a paid theme? In this article, I will explain it to you. Benefits of paid WordPress themes 1. Build pages as a...

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Link Building Can Be Done Easily In 2017-18

Yes, you are reading it well, I use the L-word, link building: linking to your website on other websites so that your website gets higher in Google. If you read the blog articles about SEO, it sometimes seems like it's no longer allowed to work. But the people who...

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Discover the 5 Most Important SEO Trends for 2017-18

Since search engines exist, webmasters have tried to make their website appear as high as possible. During the launch of the well-known Google search engine in 1997, the focus was on 12 factors. Experts now estimate that Google uses more than 200 ranking factors. In...

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9 Tips To Get More Email Subscribers

How are your email marketing and the sign ups for your newsletter? I hope you track the statistics and watch how you can take care of more bidders. In this blog post, I'm going to get more email insiders. Read through if you want to know how to get more email...

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SEO Tips For Multiregional And Multilingual Websites

Today, many websites attract visitors from several countries. It is therefore important to link the various languages on a website to the right countries and/or regions. In this article, you will read the options for setting up and the various options that are...

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CMS Aimed at Success – WordPress Versions History!

WordPress can be called the largest and most important CMS on for the Internet, without which the World Wide Web would probably have another picture. It appeared in 2003 and has become a popular open source software for blogs and websites. For fourteen years,...

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What is HTML(HyperText Markup Language)?

HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the language of marking texts, photos and other data in web pages, which we access using a browser. To understand it right, let's go back a little bit in time. It all started when Ted Nelson in 1965 created the hypertext. Basically,...

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