Email marketing outperforms social media 8 to 1. So, you bought the premium product, Follow-Up Emails WordPress plugin from Woocommerce, to leverage the power of Email Marketing. Well, let’s examine how it delivers on its promise.
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What Follow-Up Emails Plugin Is Supposed To Do

This premium plugin from Woocommerce is supposed to enable you to define and create your own customized emails that will be automatically delivered to your customer’s email inbox, at defined intervals, after they complete a specific action such as finishing a quiz, making a purchase, or signing up for an account etc.

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Most of us do not even think about sending emails through our WordPress powered website. We have WordPress handling this task by default using PHP mail functionality which works! Well, in most cases.
using mandrill on wordpress website for better control on email delivery and email tracking
However, I had challenges in the past when I didn’t even know that some of the emails my website sent, ended straight into the receiver’s SPAM folders. Thanks to some of my friends from the blogosphere who told me about this issue.

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Google Calendar is probably one of the most widely used app among users worldwide. Not only we use calendar in our day-to-day life, we also need to show a calendar on our websites often.
Responsive Google Calendar For WordPress Websites

Recently, I realized how difficult it can be to add a Google Calendar to your WordPress when you have a responsive website. So, I decided to share my experience with you so I can save some time for you if you need to add a Google Calendar to your website.

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Woocommerce has certainly become a de facto shopping cart solution for WordPress powered websites. The implementation is easy, the plugin itself is free and it is maintained.
Its popularity is so high that so many popular themes are coming with many Woocommerce file templates bundled with the theme package. I have helped many of my clients with Woocommerce implementation on their websites.

However, the moment you realize that you need a little more than what comes bundled with the free Woocommerce plugin, you need to start spending money. The more you ask, the more you pay.

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This is a guest post by George Meszaros who is a serial entrepreneur and the co-founder of Success Harbor. Please feel free to connect with George on Twitter, Facebook or Google+
Some of the most successful bloggers started blogging as a hobby. Some of them wanted to document an important phase of their lives. Others wanted to share adventures from travel to business to major life events.
Success demands you have your own products as a blogger
Many started simply to teach others. The point is that most successful bloggers didn’t get into blogging for money. It’s hard to believe that some multi-million dollar revenue blogs started out as small side projects.

It doesn’t happen overnight. I have interviewed many very successful bloggers and several of them shared that the first couple of years were a lot of work with little reward. Their sites have received few visitors if any during the first few months, but they kept writing and churning out content.

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Have your scheduled posts ever missed their schedules in WordPress? Did you find a solution to the problem? How did you fix it (if you fixed)?

Permanent solution to the WordPress Error of Missed Schedules on posts and other scheduled tasks

One of the issues people say they started to notice was the missed schedule errors since WordPress version 3.5. A lot of people have experienced this error after they implemented W3 Total Cache plugin.

Digging further, some people say the problem arises when Database Caching or Object Caching is enabled in W3 Total Cache plugin. There are many different opinions about it. However, it’s not clear if W3 Total Cache will ever be able to fix this problem.

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When it comes to blog commenting, there is always a debate as to which commenting system is the best and which one should you use.

CommentLuv Premium Guest Post by Adrienne Smith With A Free Giveaway Premium Licenses by Andy Bailey

Well, the grass is always greener on the other side and I see that true in blogging arena too.

People who have default WordPress commenting system, they wonder if they should switch to CommentLuv or should they choose DISQUS?

People who have one of these commenting systems, they seem to wonder if the other one is better.

We had a wonderful guest blog post by none other than Adrienne Smith just a few days ago about CommentLuv, it’s components and some incredible features of the tool and.

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I am not such a huge fan of having too many plugins on a WordPress installation. However, there are times I can’t avoid adding a plugin or two for a feature that gets my attention!

Must Have WordPress Plugins - Some For Everyone And Some For Multi-Author Blogs

At other times, I come across some awesome plugins because my clients need them. I am not suggesting that you install all of the plugins I suggest. However, if you need a feature that one of these WordPress plugins offer, these are definitely a great choice!

I am  not going to write a whole lot about these WordPress plugins because their functionalities are so intuitive, and they are so lightweight, that you don’t need to go through too many hoops to get them working for you.

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When was the last time you analyzed your blog traffic to identify your most popular blog posts? How many of those posts are from last year or the year before last?

Discussion - Whether You Should  Hide Blog Published Date On Your Blog Posts Or Display Published Date Promptly

It’s not just about Google. The real readers of your blog, the humans also tend to be highly focused on what’s new. No matter how great your content is and how relevant it is — chances are, your readers will ignore it if they notice that it was published 3 years ago.

Don’t trust me?

Well, try bringing up one of your favorite blog posts from 3 years ago and highlight it on your homepage without changing its published date! Let’s see how much traffic you receive on that post.

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This is a guest post by my friend Adrienne Smith. She is a blogging coach admired by many and an expert at building relationships and blog commenting. Please feel free to connect with Adrienne on Facebook, Twitter or Google+
Don’t forget to enter the lucky draw at the end of this post, you might win a FREE Premium License!
CommentLuv Premium is the brain child of Andy Bailey and I am sure most of you either use this plugin or at least have heard of it.
CommentLuv Premium Guest Post by Adrienne Smith With A Free Giveaway Premium Licenses by Andy Bailey
Andy knew he could improve upon the free version but would need some beta testers to try out this new plugin before he released it to the public.  I immediately signed up since I loved the free one and I was eager to take it for a test drive.

Because I have been using this plugin for all these years and I still love it to death, Kumar asked me if I wouldn’t mind sharing with his readers why I think this is absolutely the best plugin around and what you might not know about what it can do.

Why Some People Don’t Like CommentLuv

If you have a WordPress blog and are using CommentLuv then people want to comment on your blog to get a dofollow link.

One of Google’s 200 requirements for ranking your site are building backlinks.

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