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WordPress is the open-source software that runs 1 out of 5 websites on the Internet. With a community of developers for themes and plugins WordPress doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. If you add it up by content it is probably responsible for exponentially more posts, pages, and media on the web.

Newspack: WordPress & Google Joint Venture for News Publishing

Google has been developing WordPress products for several years and launched Newspack as a partnership with Automattic, Google News Initiative, and the Knight Foundation to help publishers manage and monetize their online news stories. WordPress powers between 20-30% of the Internet's content depending on who did the counting. Google powers…

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How To Use WordPress For Internal Communications
WordPress can be used to keep your team in touch, on task, and on message. Image source: Shutterstock

How To Use WordPress For Internal Communications

Most people think of WordPress as a popular CMS or as a blogging platform - and it is indeed excellent in both regards. However, WordPress can also be used to make your business more efficient as well, due to the many ways to hack the platform to increase and promote…

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WordPress 4.0 “Benny” Released

WordPress 4.0, "Benny", is available for download.  Feature upgrades include another upgrade to the Media Library, better native oEmbed support, and a new Plugin Installer. Visually it is a huge improvement and increased utility managing content. Plugins and Media have needed the most attention, Media more so than Plugins. Media still…

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WordPress 3.8 Released

This is possibly the best WordPress update ever. WordPress 3.8 (aka "Parker") has a redesigned interface on the admin panel. Pretty much everything is where is used to be, but it is better executed and makes the old one really look old. Open Sans as a typeface really looks good. Nice…

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Comments Evolved for WordPress

There are several commenting options for WordPress: CommentLuv, Disqus, Facebook, Google+, IntenseDebate, Jetpack, Livefyre, and you can even use the (blah) native WordPress commenting system. They all work great, but they are all different online communities, and once you pick one, it's tough to change, because of the risk involved alienating…

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