WordPress 4.5 is right around the corner. Release candidate is now available for download and the final release will be available on April 12. Among the changes a bunch of new features with the customizer. I particularly like the three below. 1. Site responsiveness can be previewed within the Customizer Improvement description can be found […]
The story is simple – and I will try to provide a description from a content marketing perspective. Because, at the end, this is what I do. As a customer, I started to be unhappy with my blog performances. Especially with mobile devices. Sometime even desktops performances were disappointing. Time ago, for the same reason, […]
First post under a new WP blog hosting service provider. SiteGround. That was superfast. Not happy with previous blog performances. A chat yesterday with a sales rep. He drove me through the options – it took 20 mins. SiteGround transferred the entire blog yesterday evening in 2 hrs. I’ve changed DNS settings this morning. Propagation […]
I have just integrated Medium into WordPress, installing the official Medium plugin. Reason? Love WP and I find Medium an intriguing publishing platform with best-in-class design and sharing options. The plugin let you cross-post over the 2 platforms. WP will remain main publishing platform. Medium one of the distribution channel.
WordCamp London 2016 is finally out – and this time I am not in the speakers’ list : ( Well, that’s OK. It happens. I will attend the event anyway. And I will try again next year.
I am a blog guy. Blog is not the sexiest piece of social media, but certainly the most effective. Jason Miller, LinkedIn. Remember the Blogosphere? I started blogging in the first years of 2000. Remember vintage terms as “the blogosphere”? Well, I was part of the Italian blogosphere, that small Italian elite. Yes, exactly, the […]
Interesting post from Matt Mullenweg, Automattic’s CEO. Extract. One of the areas where Automattic and its products like WordPress.com have the most room for growth is in the area of marketing. It’s also an area our competitors are spending heavily in, with Wix, Weebly, Squarespace, Web.com, and to a lesser extent EIG and Godaddy, spending […]