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2014 – FIRST PLUGIN ” WP Property Sale/Rent “

January 4, 2014 3 comments

WP Property Sale/Rent for creating and managing real estate agents and people who are willing to list their property. https://selvabalaji.wordpress.com

Great options to list properties on your own WordPress website. WP Property Sale/Rent for creating and managing highly real estate agents and people who are willing to list their property listing on their own WordPress site.

http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-sale-property/

WP Property Sale/Rent is the WordPress plugin for creating and managing highly customization real estate, property management, and completely custom listings showcase websites. Turn your WordPress powered site into a real estate site. Create listings, upload images, display a dynamic map, slideshow, agent information,Google Maps, Send A Inquiry to agents Directly, Image slide show, and much more.

As always, integration is seamless, the system is expandable and customization, functionality is rich, and we are here to support it.

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If you are looking to build a site where you can list property for sale or rent, this is the plugin you need.

Features

  1. Add Property
  2. Add multiple property photos
  3. Advanced property search
  4. jQuery slider in property detailed view
  5. property options so you can add any type of property listing
  6. multiple categories
  7. Property search widget.
  8. Advanced search widget and custom page.
  9. Custom property listing page
  10. Custom manage-able property types
  11. Manage the number of property listing per page

Advanced property search page

  1. Create a normal page in your wordpress website
  2. Editor of the page, add this short code [PROPERTY_ADVANCED_SEARCH]

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20 dead as magnitude-7.1 earthquake hits the Philippines

October 15, 2013 Leave a comment

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A magnitude-7.1 earthquake struck central Philippines on Tuesday, leaving at least 20 people dead and rattling many who were celebrating a religious holiday.

The quake, which struck early in the morning, crumbled a number of buildings and sent panicked people streaming into the streets, witnesses said.

At least 15 were killed in the city of Cebu, four were killed in the province of Bohol and one died in the province of Siquijor, said Maj. Reynaldo Balido,a spokesman for the Philippines Office of Civil Defense.

Most of those killed were hit by falling rubble, the Philippines News Agency reported.
7.1 earthquake rocks Philippines

At least 33 people were missing, and authorities were checking into reports of people trapped in collapsed buildings in Cebu and Bohol, the agency reported.

The quake was centered about 385 miles (619 kilometers) south-southeast of Manila, near Catigbian, and its depth was 12 miles (20 kilometers), according to the U.S. Geological Survey said.

Maryann Zamora, a communications specialist with the charity World Vision, reported seeing glass and concrete in the streets of Cebu City, about 37 miles (60 kilometers) north of the epicenter.

“Right now we are in the streets because it is unsafe to be inside,” she said by phone, her voice shaking as one of more than 10 aftershocks hit. “Tell everyone to pray for us.”

Tuesday was a national holiday — the beginning of the Muslim festival of Eid ul Adha.

There was no widespread threat of a tsunami, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said, but it warned that earthquakes this large can sometimes cause tsunamis within 61 miles (100 kilometers) of the epicenter.

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Catigbian, which has a population of 23,000, is in the province of Bohol.

Tourist Robert Michael Poole said he was riding a bike in Bohol when the earthquake struck and cracked the road right in front of him.

“It was very strong,” Poole said. “I live in Tokyo. I am used to earthquakes. But this one was very strong. It shocked a lot of people here.”

Poole said he was able to move around and document some of the destruction, including a giant church that was decimated.

“Lucky thing is that it is a holiday here today and it happened at a time when nobody was in the church,” Poole said

 

7 Reasons Why WordPress Made PHP Popular, not PHP Frameworks – PHP Classes blog

7 Reasons Why WordPress Made PHP Popular, not PHP Frameworks

1. WordPress is the Most Popular PHP Application

Counting the number of search results on several popular search sites may seem to be a way to measure the relative popularity of a technology, language, application or a product.

However, that way does not seem to be very reliable method. When a search site changes its algorithms, you may see changes in the results that really do not have to do so much changes in the popularity of those technologies.

A more reliable way to measure the relative popularity of a technology is to resort to Google Trends. This is a site that Google provides to show the evolution of the relative number of searches done by given keywords over time.

As you may see in the following Google Trends chart, WordPress is much more popular than other PHP applications like Joomla, Drupal, Magento (which is Zend Framework based).

Google Trends: WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, Zend Framework

Google Trends - WordPress, Joomla Drupal, Magento, Zend Framework

2. WordPress alone is much more popular than any PHP framework

Using Google Trends you can also compare the popularity of different PHP frameworks. If you compare the popularity of WordPress with Zend Framework, Symfony PHP and CakePHP, as you may see in the chart below, WordPress is much more popular than all these PHP Frameworks together.

Google Trends: WordPress, Zend Framework, Symfony PHP, CakePHP

Google Trends - WordPress, Zend Framework, Symfony PHP, CakePHP

3. WordPress does not use third-party PHP frameworks

WordPress has been using some third-party components but they are not really full-stack frameworks. This implies WordPress never needed a full-stack framework to be built. The use of such frameworks would hardly make a difference to its popularity.

4. Applications make technologies popular, not components

In the chart above you may  notice that Magento is much more popular than Zend Framework. Magento is built on Zend Framework. This seems to imply that what makes applications popular is whether they solve users problems, not the components that they are built on.

WordPress is also popular because it is useful to many users. When users need to host a WordPress installation they need to seek a PHP hosting service. So they know at least superficially what is PHP and that they need PHP hosting.

This means that WordPress helped making PHP even more popular. The more installations there are of WordPress, the more PHP becomes popular.

5. The Extensible WordPress plugin ecosystem

One of the most important reasons that made WordPress popular is the myriad of plugins that were developed to provide additional features.

There are WordPress plugins for practically everything, including those that can turn it into other applications besides being a blog system. There are plugins that can turn it into forums, e-commerce sites, trouble ticket systems, etc., anything.

If WordPress as blog application was already popular, it became even more popular as a platform that can be turned into any type of application.

6. Non-Programmers develop in PHP just because of WordPress

If you need a site that requires certain features that WordPress does not have, you can develop new plugins to extend WordPress further and taylor it to your needs.

Many of the WordPress users were not really programmers. They started programming because they needed to have features in WordPress for which there was no suitable plugin providing them.

This means that many non-programmers had to learn PHP to be able to develop new WordPress plugins. That helped making PHP more popular even among non-programmers.

7. Pragmatism is better than Purism

In sum I could say that WordPress and PHP in general became popular because they can be used to address practical needs of many users.

Neither WordPress nor PHP are examples of software projects that are technically beautiful, are consistent, always follow well-thought project plans and adopt praised design patterns.

But that does not matter. They were created by people with a very pragmatic sense. They were focused on solving real world needs.

As for many of the PHP frameworks, they seem to have been developed in a totally different planet. They are often developed by purist people that seem to be more concerned with the number of design patterns they employ in the framework components than with being pragmatic and solve real PHP application needs.

To make it worse, many PHP frameworks systematically adopt practices of other frameworks developed for other languages. That raises totally unnecessary difficulties for PHP developers that try to use them.

One example of this problem is the configuration formats. In the Java world it is still usual to use XML as format for storing configuration values. XML is a portable format that can be written by humans. It was certainly a progress when compared with binary formats used to serialize data structures by C++ applications in the past.

This was a fine solution in the year 2000 but the fact is that XML is a drag. You need to keep opening and closing tags for every value. Sometimes values are stored as tag attributes, other times as tag values. It is often a pain to use.

Then Ruby On Rails came with the promise to get rid of some of the pains of the Java world habits. Instead of using XML, they decided to use YAML, which is a simplified markup language. It is simpler than XML but it is yet another format that you need to learn.

Several PHP frameworks were built copying Ruby on Rails practices, including the use of YAML as configuration format. Many years have passed and they still used YAML.

If you are a PHP developer, the format you are most familiar with is PHP. Why don’t these PHP frameworks make the lives of PHP developers better and adopt PHP scripts as configuration formats? PHP scripts can even be cached and so be loaded much faster.

In the worst case, if you need to use a more portable format, why these PHP frameworks do not use the JSON format to store configuration values? JSON is JavaScript. Every PHP developer knows JavaScript. It is only natural to adopt JSON nowadays.

Unfortunately many PHP frameworks as still stuck with formats that are not a natural choice for PHP developers, like XML, YAML or even INI (a legacy format of the Windows world).

I always get this feeling that PHP frameworks are not meant to please PHP developers. They seem to have been thought to please Java or Ruby developers. To make it worse, many of the newer PHP frameworks keep copying the same mistakes of older frameworks.

Obviously there are exceptions. There are indeed some PHP frameworks that were developed in a more pragmatic way for PHP developers. You can easily learn them without having to learn about Java or Ruby frameworks first.

Unfortunately those seem to not be the PHP frameworks that get more visibility. Maybe it is time for the PHP framework developers rethink their approach and think more about the PHP developers than about developers of other languages.

Shall I develop My Sites with WordPress or with a PHP Framework?

One frequent dilemma that PHP developers have is whether they should develop sites on top of WordPress or develop them from scratch based on a existing PHP framework?

This is a tough call. If the site is a blog, it may be an obvious choice to create it based on WordPress and save lots of development time. If the site is more than a blog but there are plugins for the functionality you need, WordPress may still be the best option.

Now if your site is very different than a blog, the amount of code that you would reuse from WordPress would be much less when compared to the whole project size. In that case, it may be better to start the development of the site from scratch.

If you still need a blog, you can use WordPress in a separate domain or a separate directory of your site.

For the bulk of the functionality you need to develop, you can use a existing PHP framework to gain some development time, or use your own framework if you have a good capable framework to address your needs.

Personally I tend to go for the last option. I can have more control of my project, but I am well aware that this route can take me more time to develop and fix eventual bugs in the code.

Frameworks are good when they enforce a productive method

Despite of the problems described above that many PHP frameworks have, for some people adopting a framework is probably the best solution, especially if it is what is called a “opinionated framework”.

That is what are called frameworks that impose a certain development methodology. This means that there is only one way to develop applications with those frameworks.

The reason why this is a good solution for some developers is because they do not have a well defined development methodology. This means that they do not know how to start, how to progress and how to deploy an application, unless somebody tells them how to do it.

Since opinionated frameworks impose a certain development method, the developers learn how to develop their applications following the methodology imposed by the framework.

One example of opinionated framework is Ruby on Rails. PHP frameworks that are inspired in Ruby On Rails tend to be also opinionated.

Opinions are not Facts

Well this article is just about my opinion and my experience of as developer that has been creating software for several decades now.

But opinions are just that, points of view of specific people. Expressing an opinion does not mean it is the only way to interpret the facts.

Just like the Tiobe Index people expressed their opinion stating that PHP popularity growth was due to Zend Framework 2 release last year, other people may express a different interpretation of the facts.

What do you think? Do you have a different opinion about what was discussed in this article? Post a comment to tell what you think.

Get any Website Page Title From URL in PHP

Hey guys,here below describe the how to get the page title form any website page using  URL. Here for getting the page title we are using the file_get_contents function.This one also achieve using fopen( ) but in some servers disabled this function now a days due to some security reasons.

Here below shows the PHP code to get the page title form the URL.

<!--?php
function pageTitle($page_url)
{
     $read_page=file_get_contents($page_url);
     preg_match("/<title.*?>[\n\r\s]*(.*)[\n\r\s]*<\/title>/", $read_page, $page_title);
      if (isset($page_title[1]))
      {
            if ($page_title[1] == '')
            {
                  return $page_url;
            }
            $page_title = $page_title[1];
            return trim($page_title);
      }
      else
      {
            return $page_url;
      }
}

?>

ONLINE MARKETING TIPS

June 26, 2013 13 comments

SEO-INTRODUCTION

Internet has become a powerful marketing source for the benefit of mankind. Many websites are available in the

internet, fulfilling various purposes. These websites need to be in the top rankings in the search engines to maintain

its popularity and to increase the volume of traffic to the site. Search Engine optimization (SEO) serves the above

purpose. If the pages of the website are optimized with high targeted key words, the rank of the site increases.

Higher the rank, higher is the amount of visitors to the site.

Maintenance of Ranks:

Search engine Optimization involves a number of techniques to increase the ranking and sales of the website

through search engines. Some of the points to be noted for Search engine optimization are,

Keywords: The web pages should be rich in content, communicative and item-specific. The web pages should

contain the highly specific keywords which are frequently searched by the users. This helps to increase the position

of the website in the search engine. For optimization purpose, the pages should be checked with keyword density

analyzers.

Link Popularity: The links in the website is marked factor which decides the ranking of the website. The number of

incoming links which conjoin to various files, directories, keywords and also to other sites is called as link

popularity.

Good Content: The content of the website should be periodically updated so that it becomes alive and effective. The

website should contain good content for the visitors to use it efficiently. Also, the content’s flow throughout the

page should be relevant. Thus clarity and relevancy are the key points to be noted for search engine optimization.

Pay Per Click: Another method of increasing the website’s popularity is pay per click advertisements. According to

this method, the website owner maintains an agreement with the search engine on a specific keyword. Every time

when a user clicks the keyword, the owner is supposed to pay a specific amount mentioned in the agreement. Thus

the ranking of the site is increased followed by good volume of traffic.

Accordant Title Tags: Relevant title tags and meta tags should be given to the web page for user convenience. The

title tags should be shorter in length with 6-8 words and should not be too critical to analyze. The description tag is

also required to describe briefly the content of the web page. Readability will also increase the number of visitors to

the site.

Web Design Factors: The factors involving web site design also affects the ranking of the website. Some of them are;

Frames: Certain search engines are not compatible using frames. For the website which uses frames, they should

also use NOFRAMES section in each page to avoid the above said backward compatibility of certain search

engines.

Better Indexing: Avoiding graphics in the web pages containing keywords will help in better indexing of the search

engines. If the html code is less, then the search engine can access it faster and easier. Search engines are not

comfortable with the pages which are more than 100 Kbps.

Things to be Avoided: Flash should be avoided in a web page since it takes more time to explain a single concept

and also to load. PDF s should be avoided since there is no summary of the concept in the HTML. This reduces the

ranking of the website. Frames also should be avoided.

It is better to create the website with the following guidelines rather than to alter it depending upon the

consequences. Thus, care should be taken to during creation and maintenance of the website to place it in the higher

position of the search engine.

BASIC SEO BASIC SEO STEPS

  • 1. Choose relevant keywords for your site: It must be ensured that keywords chosen reflect the site’s purpose and

    content. Keywords and phrases which your target audience searches for should be selected. There is no point in

    using keywords or key phrases which nobody searches for. Any site needs targeted traffic and thus make sure that

    only relevant audience which may benefit or buy products from your site visits. So choose your keywords wisely.

    There are various keyword research tools – both free and paid which may help you in selecting the best keywords for

    you.

  • 2. Keyword rich relevant content: A website should have excellent content reflecting the sites purpose and

    intentions. Care should be taken that keywords and phrases are not stuffed in the content. Keyword stuffing maybe

    construed as spamming by search engines.

  • 3. Proper use of Title tags: Any webpage should have title tag with the keywords that you have chosen. This is

    single most important aspect of search engine optimization.

  • 4. H1 tags with keywords for content titles: Content titles should have targeted keywords using H1 tags.
  • 5. Link optimization: Placing targeted keywords into the links is an important factor because search engine robots

    read the links as they crawl the webpage. Their algorithms understand the association between the anchor text and

    the page that has been linked.

  • 6. Image Optimization: A SEO Consultant must also ensure that images used in the website have descriptive,

    keyword-rich alternative attributes (alt) that are useful for visitors and search engines alike.

  • 7. Sitemap: Sitemap with text links to all the pages of a website is very important to ensure that search engines bots

    crawl every webpage.

  • 8. Directory structure: A SEO specialist should ensure that website should have a flat directory structure.
  • 9. A website should be listed in open directory. And as part of regular site SEO maintenance a site submitted to

    trusted, human-reviewed online directories.

  • 10. Meta tags: All the web pages in a site should have keyword-rich Meta descriptions. Though, their importance

    has decreased in last few years, using them appropriately is advisable.

BELOW, SOME HIGHLIGHTS (VIA SEARCH ENGINE LAND). BELOW, SOME HIGHLIGHTS (VIA SEARCH ENGINE LAND).

  • Rather than rankings and traffic, focus on conversions – that is, impact on revenue – as measures of success.
  • Calculate the ROI of our organic traffic as you would do for all other medium. Free organic traffic is
    possible, but investments are needed to attract masses and make changes to website, so you should invest
    resources, either with an agency or in-house people. Taking all the expenditure into account will give you
    an idea of how much profit you are getting from your organic traffic.
  • Keep in mind the possible downfalls of making your site focused on conversions. An often repeated truism
    in SEO circle is that content is all important when it comes to SEO. Yet there is a trade-off between content
    and usability or design; you should neglect neither. Including more content on the page should not hurt the
    conversions of the website.
  • Choose carefully and optimize SEO landing pages. Landing page optimization is as important in paid
    search campaigns as in organic SEO campaigns; both should be highly efficient in converting incoming
    traffic. A useful tool to test the success of SEO landing pages before you target them is Ad Words.
  • Optimize the snippet that appears on the search results page. This is the user’s first interaction with your
    website, and ultimately may determine the click through rate from visitors coming from search engines.
  • Use internal search to expand your keyword targeting on search engines and to give customers what they
    are looking for. Optimizing SEO by measuring the success of keywords bringing traffic to the website is
    great, but by doing that you lose a precious source of keywords your customers are typing in your website,
    i.e. your internal site search. This is what they are really looking for, and you should check if you are
    targeting those keywords.

PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY

  • URL Names – include relevant keywords – unique to each page.
  • Robots.txt – A file which permits or denies access to robots or crawlers to areas of your site.
  • Navigation Structure – Keep it simple.
  • Meta Tags – Title and Description. – Unique detail for each page, related to page content.
  • H1 Tags – Use for the short on page content description.
  • H2 and H3 Tags- Use for Headings for sub category’s within the Content
  • Page Content – Critical Component.
  • Keyword Visibility – Within page Content.
  • Image Alt Tags – Helps with Accessibility.
  • Privacy Policy – Assures trust and confidentiality.
  • The site should confirm to the W3C standards.
  • Create and submit sitemap’s – formatted in either .xml -.htm – .txt.
  • Create and submit RSS feeds to relevant feed directory’s
  • Create and submit Articles
  • Find relevant websites within the same market sector or niche and form a link partnership.
  • Submit your website to relevant or industry related directory’s.
  • A link exchange should be formed by utilising relevant keyword Anchor Text.
  • Utilise relevant Social Networks and Forums related to your Market Sector.
  • Utilise Blog sites relevant to your Market Sector.

SEO WORKS IN BRIEF:

  • Pre-optimization analysis of search engine readability, search engine saturation, domain name age and
    reputability

  • Keyword Effectiveness Index (KEI) research
  • Competitive analysis (includes SEO analysis of competitors’ websites and comparing their SEO features
    with yours) upon request
  • Site code enhancement (increasing keyword density, optimizing Meta tags, titles and other HTML elements
    such as alt-tags, etc)
  • URL optimization – making your urls search engine friendly
  • Manual submission to all major directories and search engines (if necessary)
  • XML and HTML sitemaps, robots.txt and robots Meta tags. Ensuring full website crawl ability and
    synchronization of website structure and content updates with major search engines upon request
  • Submission to Google Base, data feed updates, optimization upon request upon request
  • Local search marketing – submission to Google Local, Yahoo Local, Super pages, Yellow pages,
    CitySearch and more. Local search optimization. Upon request upon request upon request
  • Article submission, website reviews, blog advertising (blogvertising), and social book marking
  • Featured listings in hand-picked online directories upon request upon request upon request

ONLINE MARKETING

SEO STRATEGIES & SYSTEMATIC SEO

SEO = ON PAGE OPTIMIZATION + LINK BUILDING + QUALITY CONTENT &

SERVICES

SEO – INTRODUCTION
SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION
IMPROVES TRAFFIC / INCREASES VISITORS
OPTIMIZING OUR WEBSITE SEARCH ENGINE FRIENDLY
ZERO SEO
PRE-ANALYSIS REPORT
PROPMOTIONAL ARTICLES
PROFESSIONAL VIDEO
MAKE YOUR WEBSITE READY
KEEP YOUR KEYWORDS & TAGS READY
SEO – DAY 1
SITE SUBMISSION (Google, yahoo, bing, ask)
YMAIL & GMAIL
BLOGSPOT & WORDPRESS
TWITTER
SMS CHANNEL
GOOGLE SITE
LOCAL BUSINESS
SEO – WHILE IN PROGRESS
SEO UPDATIONS – LINK BUILDING + PROMOTIONAL EMAILS & SMS + OTHER
ONLINE CAMPAIGNS & SEO REPORT
SEO – SUCCESS SCORE
ANALYTICS
WEBMASTER
ALEXA
GRADER.COM
SEO ADD-ONS
BASIC SEO TIPS
TRY TO USE COMMON USER NAME
TRY TO USE COMMON EMAIL ADDRESS (COMPANY)
TRY TO USE COMMON PASSWORD (ALPHA-NUMERIC)
ON-PAGE OPTIMIZATION
CONTENT REVIEW
META TAG OPTIMIZATION
URL+CSS+FEED VALIDATION (w3 standards)
0FF-PAGE OPTIMIZATION
LINK BUILDING
OTHER ONLINE PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGNS
LINK BUILDING – HAS NO LIMIT
ARTICLE SUBMISSION
POST CLASSIFIEDS
FORUM & GROUP DISCUSSION
Q & A WEBSITES
BLOGS & COMMENTS
EXCHANGE LINKS
PRESS RELEASE
SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
ADVERTISE ON ROI WEBSITES
IMPORTANT DIRECTORIES
INDEPTH SEO
RSS FEEDS
ROBOTS.TXT
WEBSITE OPTIMIZER
KEYWORD DENSITY
SEO TEAM
SEO TEAM HEAD
WEB DEVELOPER
CONTENT WRITER
SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
UPDATE WORKS
KEYWORD RESULTS
ONPAGE OPTIMIZATION
LINK BUILDING
CONTENT (KEYWORD DENSITY)
DOMAIN NAME
HITS/TRAFFIC
CONVERSION FORM
DOMAIN AGE
SEO FOOTNOTE STANDARDS
W3 STANDARDS
SEO ANGLE
STATIC & DYNAMIC SITES
CONTENT ORIENTED SITES
BUSSINESS – LEADS
APPLICATION ORIENTED
E-COMMERCE SITES
CLISSIFIEDS & REGULARLY UPDATING SITES
Back Up
Take a back up of your website.
Take a back up of your webmaster.
Take a back up of analytics.
Page Rank
Increase the number of pages.
Domain Age.
Freshness of the Content.
Inbound-Outbound Links.
Web Server & IP Address.
Speed & Load Time.
Domain Extension.

Website Visibility

On Page Optimization – SEO Basics

On page optimization is one of the very first step of SEO which every webmaster should look into.

CHAPTER: 1

OPTIMIZE THE TITLE AND META TAGS

Sample Title and Meta Tags Optimization

<title> googlecasestudy.com – get your free seo report </title>
<meta name="Description" content="get your free seo report from google case study, google case study, selvabalaji,
seo chennai" />
<meta name="Keywords" content="get your free seo report from google case study, google case study, selvabalaji,
seo chennai" />
<meta name="robots" content="index, follow" />
<meta name="revisit-after" content="7" />
<meta name="author" content="selvabalaji" />

Refer : http://www.searchenginejournal.com/on-page-optimization-a-complete-walkthrough/6746/

Protect Your WordPress Site!

How Vulnerable Is WordPress to Hackers?

WordPress makes managing, updating and changing your blog incredibly simple – and that’s only one reason why millions of people are using it today. Due to this popularity, the platform was recently put under attack by hackers using a “botnet” strategy to take down numerous sites. This botnet attack was a large scale DDOS (direct denial of service) attack that crippled thousands of sites and put their data at risk.

Before you panic and switch your blog management software, there are a few things you need to know first. The good news is—you don’t need to stop using WordPress—you just need to be a little smarter when it comes to using it.

Why Is WordPress Vulnerable?

WordPress is easily one of the most popular blog management tools in existence and that means that it’s also a favorite of hackers. It’s unfortunately relatively easy to crack into a WordPress site due to the defaults such as the user name, that the software picks and site owners don’t change. There’s nothing inherently wrong with WordPress however, it’s simply a matter of being aware and taking the appropriate measures to secure your site.

How to Protect Your WordPress Site

Luckily, it’s pretty easy to secure your WordPress site. The first step is to make sure you’re using a more complicated password that includes letters, numbers and characters and that you are changing it often. Instead of using the “admin” default log-in, change your username to something more obscure. You can also take advantage of the “dual stage” log-in that WordPress offers to further secure your data and prevent most brute force or DDOS attacks.

It’s also important to keep your WordPress version updated and lastly, consider installing a security plug-in that will help create yet another layer of defense to keep your data safe.

Personally, I have found that blue-host does an excellent job with word press sites.

For more information please click here

http://www.bluehost.com/track/bluehostusa

 

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