How to start your own WordPress marketplace (mattreport.com) The Matt Report is all about learning from other WordPress entrepreneurs and their respective business. They’re not just listening to the journey of designers and developers — but also marketers, author’s, and today’s guest a marketplace founder. If you’re thinking of starting your own marketplace or just about to start selling your first plugin, you want to tune into Pippin Williamson.
The focus keyword in WordPress SEO (yoast.com) This question pops up time and again: why can I only add one focus keyword to your SEO plugin? People seem to think they have to set several keywords for each post. This post explores the reasoning behind that, very deliberate, decision.
The Complete Guide to WordPress Membership Plugins (wplift.com) In this article you'll see some of the best WordPress membership plugins available in the market and compare their features. Kindly note that developing these plugins takes an insane amount of effort starting from writing code for PayPal integration to support forums.
Debugger (wordpress.org) You can use this plugin to manually log data or to capture logging on WordPress actions. You can capture load time, memory, backrace, data dumps, urls, and server IPs.
Feedback Extended (wordpress.org) This plugin requires Jetpack 1.3 or up with Contact Form plugin active. This plugin will enable users to reply to feedbacks from the admin panel.
10 WordPress Plugins for AB/Split Testing (www.wpjedi.com) Most marketers are familiar with the idea of A/B & split testing. Split and multivariate tests are used to improve conversion rate for pages or websites. They involve testing 2 or multiple elements/items on web pages to get better conversions, clicks, and results in general. You don’t necessarily need advanced scripts or services to get started with WordPress A/B testing. But these plugins help you get started faster.
21 Must Have Pinterest-Like WordPress Themes (www.wpexplorer.com) Pinterest-like themes capture the essence of Pinterest – a masonry style grid portfolio or blog where posts include a thumbnail of the featured image and a short blurb from the article. In this post you will find some free and commercial WordPress themes that are very Pinterest-like in their style, but are loaded with all of WordPress’s fantastic and easy to use features.
Create Your Responsive WordPress Site in Less Than 5 Minutes (www.1stwebdesigner.com) A video tutorial which will guide you through the whole process of how to create a responsive WordPress site without you touching a single code. Well, at least for the first part. Second part is a little more technical where you will learn how to create a child theme for the WordPress theme called Responsive and basically redesign the whole theme to your liking.
Add Custom Home Page Widgets (wpsites.net) A tutorial about how to add home page widgets from another child theme.
The code from this tutorial uses the Genesis theme framework hooks which you can change or remove depending on which parent theme you are using.