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Add social sharing buttons to WordPress 2019

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Another social sharing buttons video! This time i’m using a top rated free plugin called SocialSnap. The free version does enough for most, but if you need more check out the premium version.. You Might Like:Easy WordPress Backups & MigrationsPage 1 of Google plus more sales and more trafficApproved by Amazon, SEO, adding a logo and moreLink Building with Pinterest …

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Is Elementor Pro Worth It?

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I recently upgraded to Elementor Pro on my brand new Amazon Affiliate Website as I was intrigued by the new popup feature. I also wanted to make use of the global widget feature, as I was fed up of creating new tables on every post I added. In this video I explain if it’s worth the $49 / year fee. …

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WordPress Custom CSS Tutorial

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Learning just a little bit of CSS could change your life and really take your websites to the next level. But it might seem a bit daunting and scary. It’s not. We are self-taught here at WP Eagle and have had no official CSS training. We’ve just picked up a few bits along the way. What is CSS? If you’re …

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Best WordPress plugins 2019 – Essential Guide

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There are over 50,000 plugins available for WordPress so finding the good ones can be tricky. In this video, I share my favourite WordPress plugins. I’ve tried to cover all the essentials as well as a few others that I think you’ll find useful. In this Best WordPress Plugin guide, you’ll find a full range of plugins that will enhance …

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Adding Affiliate Content with Gutenberg

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Gutenberg is WordPress’ highly anticipated, highly debated, new default page and post editor. It replaces the old WordPress TinyMCE content editor with an all new block editor. Gutenberg was officially released on 6th December 2018 as part of WordPress 5.0. If you’ve already updated your site to WordPress 5.0, you should now see the new block editor by default. ‘Gutenberg’ was …