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Send Newsletters Automatically in MailChimp using RSS

One of the most complicated tasks you’ll ever face as a blogger is getting people to read your blog. Instead of waiting for a fan base to spontaneously appear, you should take some action and make sure they come (and keep coming) to your site. How? Use Newsletters!

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Top 6 Secrets to Successful Internationalization

If you’re a WordPress plugin or theme developer, you should be interested in translating your work into multiple languages. Don’t you know how to make your code translatable? Discover our 6 secrets to successful internationalization.

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Free Resources to Learn WordPress

On the internet you’ll find many resources where you can learn WordPress for free. This post compiles some courses, videos, workshops, and tutorials with which you can become a WordPress pro without spending money.

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Creating and Managing WordPress Multisites

With WordPress, you have the ability to create a network of sites by using the multisite feature. In this post, we discuss the pros and cons of WordPress multisites and teach you how to activate this feature in a fresh WordPress installation.

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Beautiful Google Maps in WordPress

Nowadays, it’s quite common to see Google Maps embedded in a website—they’re a great tool for letting your visitors know where they can find you or where an event you’re organizing will take place. Learn how you can add one in your WordPress site.

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Split Testing Genesis WordPress Themes

If you’re planning to change the look and feel of your site, then you certainly need A/B testing! It doesn’t matter if it’s going to be a tiny update in your current theme or a completely revamped design; whenever you’re about to change something in your site, you need to make sure that the applied changes will be better. Today, we’ll discuss how Nelio A/B Testing can help you test Genesis-based themes.