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wpMail.me wpMail.me issue#212 - The weekly WordPress newsletter. No spam, no nonsense. - July 10, 2015
Five Things You Missed at WordCamp Europe 2015 (torquemag.io) Can WordPress make you sweat? Absolutely. Just ask anyone who attended WordCamp Europe a few weeks ago in Seville. Speakers like Matt Mullenweg, Karin Christen, and Becs Rivett turned up the heat with insights that are sure to set the WordPress world ablaze over the next few months.
WordCamps Update (wordpress.org) Last week saw the halfway point for 2015, yay! This seems like a good time to update you on WordCamp happenings in the first half of this year. Also, at this time, there are 28 WordCamps, in 9 different countries, that have announced their dates for the rest of 2015.
5 Best Drag and Drop WordPress Page Builders Compared (www.wpbeginner.com) Do you want an easy way to build and customize your WordPress site? That’s where drag and drop WordPress page builder plugins come in handy. These WordPress page builders allow you to create, edit, and customize your site layout without writing any code. In this article, we will compare and review 5 of the best drag and drop page builders for WordPress.
New Plugin: GD Knowledge Base Pro (www.dev4press.com) GD Knowledge Base Pro is a new plugin on Dev4Press made for creating of versatile knowledge base websites that can include products, FAQ, articles and various classification methods, with live search and some bbPress forum integration.
The Most Important Features of an eCommerce Site’s Design (www.woothemes.com) You have a plan to sell online. You’ve decided what you’re going to sell, you’ve chosen your platform, and now you just need to find a design. To help you understand what’s crucial and what’s not, we’ve compiled this list of the most important features that a store’s design can have. This list will help you separate the designs that merely “look nice” from those that perform well — and will convert more visitors into paying customers.
How to Drive Traffic to a New WordPress Website (50+ Actionable Tips) (www.wpkube.com) Driving traffic might be a cakewalk for experienced internet marketers, but what if you’re new to building websites or stuck in a rut and looking for more ways to get people to your site? There’s a mix of short- and long-term strategies that work across a broad spectrum of niches which you can put into action right now. Go through the list and start with the ones you think will work best for you; after that, take another look and see where else you can go.