Happy Valentine’s Day!
After enduring one of the worst blizzards in recent New England memory, the boare of SEO Lunch are back.
Matt and Dan look at the emergence of co-citation in search engine optimization and discuss the fall of typical practices like utilizing anchor tags and alt tagging.
Have you ever wished it was easy to create an online course?
This can be for the purposes of college or other form of education.
It can also be for employers looking to show employees how to perform a certain task and need a form of certification.
Matt and Dan look turn their attention to the newest WordPress plugin from WooThemes, Sensei.
There are many WordPress Slider Plugins available.
If you are trying to get a simple slider plugin that is fun and effective AND responsive (capable of being displayed on cell phones and tablets as well), look no further.
Matt and Dan take a look at WooSlider from WooThemes and Soliloquy from Soliloquy.
Google Panda just turned 24 in Google Panda Years.
That means that the popular (or not so popular) Google update has seen 24 iterations of its fresh algorithms.
WooCommerce 2 is just around the corner.
On this episode of PressThis, the guys look at the changes made from the earlier version of the world’s most popular WordPress e-commerce plugin.
Which WordPress Membership Plugin is truly supreme?
If you have been following our popular video series, PressThis, you know that the above question is often a loaded one.
Still, Matt and Dan are here with their comprehensive text and video breakdown of which membership plugin is best in which situation.
How should you optimize your website for B2B sales?
Is your title just SEO bait or is it compelling?
Is Google+ going to become a spam closet like Facebook?
These important questions and more are answered on this week’s SEO Lunch.
Matt and Dan are no stranger to the membership plugin craze.
They are also no stranger to the wonderful world of WPMU and their ecosystem of plugins.
Combining the two features, in this episode of PressThis, the guys take a look at the Membership plugin from wpmudev.
How does it stack up?
The main process of WordPress is known as The Loop.
In this video, from the popular Fresh Web Dev series, Dan and Scott look at the Loop, how it works, and why it is important to businesses and blogs alike.
In continuing our look at membership plugins, we focus on our attention on two restriction plugins.
Paid Memberships Pro, from Jason Coleman, is the first free plugin we have seen, and shows a lot of promise.
Restrict Content Pro, from Pippin Williamson of the popular Pippin’s Plugins, is a cheaper yet more functional alternative.
Watch this video for a more in-depth look.