WordPress Plug-ins

Blog analysis: the most important figures

Blog analysis: the most important figures for your blog

Anyone can blog! Free blogging software and simple tools enable you to get cracking with your blog in no time. But if you want to be successful in the long term and build a loyal readership with your content, there’s a lot more to be done. Regular blog analyses with appropriate analysis tools help bloggers (i.e. companies) to optimise their content, understand their readers better and thus benefit...

Thesis: A WordPress framework for responsive projects

Thesis: The WordPress framework focused on SEO

The WordPress framework Thesis is appreciated in many different ways: some value the divergence of the theme kit whereas others evaluate it as an unnecessary complication when working on new layout templates for the popular content management system. Basically, the Thesis framework presents itself as an excellent parent theme solution, which can be enjoyed – despite its rather cumbersome start –...

Web analysis with Matomo

Piwik in the WordPress dashboard: Web analysis directly in the CMS

As an operator of an internet site, you will, of course, be interested in tailoring your website to the needs of your users in as much detail as possible. To be able to do this, it’s helpful to find out as much as you can about the behaviour of your visitors. Web analytics programmes make this possible. Many people have only heard of Google Analytics and don’t know about the advantages that other...

Optimizing your website for mobile devices

How to make your website mobile-friendly

The internet is becoming increasingly more mobile, which is proving challenging for website operators. There are still many websites which haven't been properly optimised for smartphones and tablets and can only be partly displayed. Since Google’s mobile update, these sites can expect significant visibility losses. Separate mobile websites, adaptive and responsive designs, and mobile plugins for...

Integrating MailChimp into Wordpress: easily explained

Using MailChimp in WordPress: how it works

MailChimp and WordPress can be combined effectively. With the help of a plugin, you can integrate the registration form for newsletter campaigns directly on your WordPress website – no programming needed. We explain, step-by-step, how to connect MailChimp and WordPress and how to create a registration form.


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