MemberPress provides really great instructions for setting this up, so there’s no need to duplicate them here. Make sure you follow their guide here. Relevant and effective email marketing to your members will help you reduce membership churn rate. … [Read more...] about Using MemberPress for WordPress Membership Sites
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About the service Positioning themselves as a premium WordPress hosting company built specifically for designers, freelancers and creative agencies, Flywheel has a LOT to offer that can’t — at least as far as I know — be found elsewhere. We’re talking stuff like the ability to create free demo sites, an array of handy tools allowing multiple designers to work on the same site before it’s launched and — perhaps best of all: client billing transfer. That’s right — you can create a site for someone else on your own account and then, whenever you’re ready, transfer the account/billing for the site to the client! … [Read more...] about Flywheel’s Managed WordPress Hosting – First Impressions!
The plugin comes with a free WordPress security learning center See all traffic in real time Learn where all of your threats originate from Monitor your disk space to see if a bot is attempting to overload your server Monitors your site to keep out fake Googlebots and malicious scans from hackers and botnets Scans core files for malware and phishing URL’s, heuristics of backdoors, trojans, suspicious code and other security issues Clef Two-Factor Authentication Sometimes all you’re looking to get started with is a simple two-factor authentication plugin. These are essential for preventing unauthorized logins, since all users must punch in a password as well as a second code that is generally sent to a cell phone. However, one feature is unique to the Clef plugin: It doesn’t require any passwords or tokens. It works with a tool called Clef Wave, where you simply pick up your phone and scan a “wave” code on your computer. This still makes you … [Read more...] about Top 10 Security Plugins for WordPress to Keep Your Blog Safe
Update WordPress: you should always take time to update your WordPress install as fast as possible. Not tomorrow but today! I have seen some webmasters that are still using super old WordPress code for no specific reason. That is not a very smart move. Watch permissions on your site: make sure your files and directories have the right permissions. WordPress.org already has a ton of useful information on this. Address web server vulnerabilities: you should always try to partner with a decent web host. If your hosting partner keeps getting hacked, it is probably time for you to move. There are security solutions such as CloudFlare and DotDefender that could stop some of those hack attacks. Always consult with your web host’s support team to find ways you can secure your server. Use strong passwords: goes without saying. Your passwords should not be easy to guess. Also they should not be just letter or numbers. Use secure FTP: using regular FTP to connect to your site is very risky. … [Read more...] about How To Fix Hacked WordPress Sites
Make it clear that CodeinWP is a hub for professionals/agencies working with WordPress. As part of that, improve the CodeinWP newsletter and think about it as a stand-alone product. Launch a Slack community for WordPress professionals. Launch a jobs section. Launch professionals-friendly tools. Now, the word “hub” is very general, and this is reflected in the content that we offer on this blog, as well as the audiences that we’re trying to reach. Not everything here is WordPress-specific, and we often tackle other areas (example 1, example 2). … [Read more...] about Affiliate Marketing Problems and Fake DMCA … The Joys of Running a Theme Business – Transparency Report #38