WordPress Plugin Installation Failed” Error Message: Here’s the Fix

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My 8-Step WordPress Blog Post Optimization Checklist for SEO

Are you search optimizing or SEOing your blog posts in WordPress before they go out? Pre-publish optimization in WordPress is so important, it could be the difference of your blog post being visible and Google or not. Plus it’s just almost a crime to spend all of your time creating this epic amazing piece of […]

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WordPress Tutorial for Beginners 2019 βœ… [STEP BY STEP] 😍

Hi everyone, it’s Chet here from WebsiteWizard.tv. In this wordpress tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create an awesome-looking website using WordPress, step-by-step, from start to finish. Now it doesn’t matter if you’ve never used WordPress before, or you’ve never set up a website before, because I’m going to show you how to […]

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Shopify VS WordPress & WooCommerce – My Honest Review 2019!

Hi guys, my name is Hogan and in this video, I’m going to be comparing Shopify with WordPress and WooCommerce So Shopify is primarily a ecommerce platform whereas WordPress is a content management system Mostly branded as a blogging and a small business platform, but you can actually add WooCommerce which is a plug-in that […]

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How to Start a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog in 2019 (in Under 15 Min)

So you’ve probably heard that it’s so much better to have a self-hosted WordPress website than it is to have something like WordPress.com, Wix, or Weebly, or Blogger, but now you’re wondering how do I set that up? In this video I’m going to show you how to set up a self-hosted WordPress website using […]

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