Category Archives for "WordPress Tips"

Are nofollow Backlinks Good for SEO?

nofollow vs dofollow

Nofollow vs Dofollow is definitely a topic of debate among new bloggers. Everyone on this planet is showing interest only in dofollow backlinks which is quite understandable as well because they are recognized by Google as “Votes” of credibility and thus improves ranking in SERPs. But what about “Nofollow” backlinks. Are they useless for SEO? In […]

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How to Password Protect a Download in WordPress?

password protect a download Wordpress

If you want to offer important downloadable files only to your special readers, you can either create a Membership site or password Protect your file. I have already provided a tutorial for creating a Membership site with WordPress for free. Today I am providing a tutorial to password protect your downloads in WordPress.  For doing […]

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How to use INinbox with Genesis eNews Extended Plugin?

Stylish INinbox Email Subscription Form

Due to Awesome Features, genesis Framework is quite popular among WordPress users these days . I am also using Genesis Framework on this blog. For Genesis Users, there is a plugin named “Genesis eNews Extended” for adding Email NewsLetter widget. It is just awesome because it allows you to integrate your form with all major Email […]

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How to use Aweber with Genesis eNews Extended Plugin?


So many WordPress users including me are using Genesis Framework these days. For adding stylish Email subscription form to any Genesis Website, you can either user HTML+CSS codes or Genesis eNews Extended Plugin. If you are not a coder, I will advise you to use the plugin because it allows you to easily add Mailing […]

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Finally We are on Genesis Framework


Few days ago, I published an article titled “Free Genesis Child Themes of 2014” on this blog. After that post, so many users asked me a common question “If Genesis is really Good. Why you are not using it On this Blog?”.  Today, I am happy to announce that “this blog is now on Genesis Framework”. […]

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